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When fresh berries are in season, I always want to make the most of it. So I go to the supermarket and hoard packs of fresh berries so that I can indulge myself with any food that has berries in it—shakes with lots of milk and ice; syrup which I drizzle on top of my pancakes or waffles (and still top them with fresh berries); and the most delectable cakes and pastries that I can grace my table with during meal time. For example, I love having either a strawberry cream cake or a raspberry cake to share with my family and friends when I have them over for dinner.
Berry cakes compliment any main dish that you prepare, which is why if you’re going to a potluck gathering, the safest thing to bring is a berry cake. The sweetness comes from the cake itself, but the tangy freshness of the berries helps balance the taste, making it just right. This recipe I found over Natasha’s kitchen is one of the best I’ve ever tried making. And it’s not just a cake; it’s a jello mousse—a Raspberry Jello Mousse Cake in particular.
Photo courtesy of Youtube. Recipe courtesy of Natasha’s Kitchen.
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