Top Rated Cake Recipes

Lemon Olive Oil Cake
This cake highlights the fruit-forward qualities of the olive oil, while balancing out the citrus notes from the lemon. You can substitute a different citrus fruit, or even add some fresh herbs to make this cake yours — I love adding some fresh lemon thyme and serving it with a dollop of yogurt. — Maria Loi and Sarah Toland, The Greek Diet Click Here to See More Cake Recipes
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chocolate nutella walnut cake
If you're a fan of brownies - then this one is for you, big boys & girls! A rich chocolatey Nutella walnut cake that is ridiculously simple to make. (All it's missing is a scoop of vanilla gelato or a handful of fresh strawberries on the side.)
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S’more Cake
“Toasted marshmallow makes my heart race. It’s the ultimate indulgence to have an entire cake coated in toasted marshmallow frosting. Chocolate cake and crushed graham crackers just complete the s’more trifecta. Frost Basic Three-Layer Chocolate Cake (recipe follows) with Marshmallow Meringue Frosting (recipe follows), sprinkling crushed graham crackers between each frosted layer. To serve, sprinkle the cake with big chunks of graham cracker. Toast the meringue by grazing the topping with the flame of a kitchen torch until it is golden brown. Alternately, you can toast the cake in a 375-degree oven for about 4 minutes.” — Joy Wilson, author of Homemade Decadence.Click here for more of our best cake recipes.
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Matcha Roll Cake
Matcha Roll Cake is a perfect combination of refreshing matcha green tea sponge cake rolled with fresh fruits and a rich cream cheese filling. With its vibrant green and red colors, this cake is the perfect recipe for the holidays. Recipe courtesy of Aiya Matcha.
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martini
Recipe is courtesy of Tablespoon.com
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Guinness Cake
One bite and everyone will propose a toast to this moist, chocolaty cake. The cream cheese frosting resembles the foamy head on a pint. 
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Adapted from Food & Wine Magazine, you can never go wrong with these crab cakes by our contributor Allison Stone. The recipe is kid friendly and easy to make, especially when you have guests over!
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This easy dessert uses store-bought pound cake and dresses it up with lemon and raspberries.  Recipe courtesy of Trish Rosenquist at www.momontimeout.com
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Cocktail
This wedding-inspired drink tastes just as sweet as the cake, but packs a lot less calories! We love the idea of serving this reddish martini at a bridal or bachelorette party with the girls. Be sure to garnish with a lemon twist to give it that extra flair factor!
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banana cake
Instead of the same old banana bread recipe, kick it up a notch and make banana cake!
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Few can resist the dence, rich texture of pound cake, but when paired with persimmons, it takes on a moist texture with a sweet flavor profile that reinvents the flavors of a pound cake altogether. 
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