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    Carrot cake, chocolate mud and red velvet mmmmmm *drool*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    Mud cake. Chocolate cake. Chocolate mud cake. Cake with chocolate in in or on it. Or around it.
    Hahahah what she said! There's a place near town that sells the most amazing chocolates cakes! Chocolate flour less cake, chocolate Kahlua tart, chocolate truffle.. Oh my goodness. I NEED CAKE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndigoJ View Post
    Cheesecake, followed by Red Velvet
    I have always wanted to try Red Velvet cake, sadly I've never had the opportunity.

    I love chocolate cake or good old sponge cake. My lovely aunt made me a chocolate mud cake for my birthday, was the fanciest cake anyone has ever made me!
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    Love a nice warm tea cake with cinnamon sugar & butter melted on top Mmmm but in all honesty cake should be a food group!

    touch screen & sausage fingers don't mix

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bell & Bug View Post
    It's easier to just say the type of cake I don't like - fruit cake.
    This

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    Chocolate mud
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    I made a banana and whit chocolate mud cake today and omg it is my favourite now..... Yummmmyyyyy

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    I am a coffee nut and I can quite honestly say I do not think I have ever had a coffee cake.... Where do you get these coffee cakes from???? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I'm very partial to sponge cake with raspberry jam and cream in the middle and icing sugar on the top. And anything with chocolate or caramel or toffee. Big yuck to banana cake though - I think bananas are actually Devil poo.
    that is IT! Exactly what bananas are... devil poo!! I eat almost everything, banana has never and will never make it on my list, nor anything with a trace of banana!

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    hmm, you know, I always say I am not a huge cake fan, but, (with the exception of above mentioned banana anything), I am sitting here hearing about all these cake flavours, and thinking, yep I could eat that one, um yep that one too, oh and THAT one sounds good!
    maybe I am a cake fan after all!

    Cheesecakes are my fave though!


 

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