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Hi, everyone! I have an amazing recipe for you all today. You are seriously going to be doing double takes when you read about this one. With summer quickly approaching, so is my favorite holiday: Fourth of July. I love celebrating our nation’s independence with fireworks, family, and Food!
On my search for a grand cake to make for Fourth of July, I came across something truly spectacular, something I’d never heard of before. Can you all guess what it is? Give up? OK, here it goes; red, white, and blue cake stuffed with PIE. Take a moment to reread that last sentence if you need to. I understand how shocking this all is. In my opinion, this cake should be called, “having the best of both worlds.”
Recipe and photo courtesy of Charles Pheonix.
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Quick Tip: If you’re making this cake for The Fourth of July, add a few sparklers to the top. It looks magnificent!