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Chocolate Beet Pudding Cake
Beets are a contradiction. When pulled out of the ground, they look like unappetizing, dirty round lumps. But when you cut one open, the intense purple-red color is almost shockingly beautiful. Beets are very healthy and highly versatile; you can eat them in soups and salads, roasted, sautéed, and fried... you can even use them in a cake! I used roasted beets for this recipe, and the result was a moist, reddish-brown cake that has a pudding-like texture when served warm. If you cannot wrap your mind around the notion of eating beets in a cake, feel free to substitute applesauce for a tamer, if less thrilling, snack cake. — Lea Hendry Valle, Sweet Paleo.
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Honey-Apple Cake
As a play on the traditional apples dipped in honey, which symbolizes the start to a sweet new year in Jewish culture, we have created a honey cake studded with apple. This moist and subtly spiced pastry will carry on the sweet traditions of Rosh Hashanah in your family for years.
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These delicious chocolate cakes are a great dessert for you to serve at your Passover celebration, and once you try them, you will never go back to any other recipe.  These cakes are all about the chocolate, not the sugar, and use healthy fats, so you can satiate your cravings without the guilt. You know you are going to eat dessert anyway, so why not make it in the best way possible. 
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Poor Bruce Bogtrotter; all he wanted was a piece of chocolate cake. After he steals a slice from the kitchen, though, the principal Ms. Trunchbull creates a punishment that could rival even the Coney Island hot dog contest: eat a piece of double chocolate cake, then eat the entire double chocolate cake. Thanks to brave Matila — “You can do it, Brucey!” — Bruce’s peers cheer him on, and the little guy pulls through. Our recreation of Ms. Trunchbull’s cake would have been a lot kinder to Bruce’s stomach. A dark chocolate bundt is decorated only with a dusting of powdered sugar — this way you can enjoy an extra big slice and not feel overwhelmed.   Click here to see 15 Star-Quality Recipes from Famous '90s Movies
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Spiced Harvest Cake
There’s just something about carrot cake; most adults love it, but most kids... just don’t. Until they taste it, at least. But getting them to taste it is often the biggest obstacle. That’s why we decided to call this “Harvest Cake” instead. The name sounds less intimidating than “Carrot Cake,” which can make vegetable-phobic individuals — like kids — break out in a cold sweat. Then, just to be devilish, we added apples and zucchini to the batter. The result is a moist, delicious, nut-free cake that will appeal to people of all ages, even kids. “Oh, you don’t want to eat your vegetables, sweetie? That’s okay! Here... have some Harvest Cake instead!” — Lea Hendry Valle, Sweet Paleo.
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Apple Carrot Cake Cupcakes
Customize boxed carrot cake into applesauce-stuffed cupcakes. Use store-bought cream cheese frosting, or make your own. Recipe courtesy of Jennie-O.Click Here to See More Cupcake Recipes
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This cake martini recipe is the answer to a parent's long day. Chances are if you have a small child, you may have applesauce at home. You can easily transform junior's snack into a delicious adult beverage with the addition of cake flavored vodka and rum to the applesauce! Feeling fancy? Get creative with garnishes. A cinnamon stick makes a great drink stirrer as does an apple slice perched on the rim of the glass. Cheers!
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This soft gingerbread cake is moist and packed with flavor. Perfect for a Holiday party or Christmas dessert.
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Falling somewhere between cakes and cookies, these chewy lemon delights are both addictive and easy to make. They have an elegant simplicity and a delicate sweetness that renders them the ideal companions for afternoon tea, whether in London or King’s Landing. -A Feast of Ice and Fire
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A layer cake made with layers of nutella brownie, nutella mousse, nutella glaze, melted chocolate and roasted hazelnuts.  ORIGINAL SOURCE: http://lacucinaprimadona.blogspot.com/2013/02/valentines-day-with-death-by-nutella.html  
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Classic Carrot Cake
The creamy cream cheese frosting and moist, fluffy cake make this recipe from Boston's Flour Bakery and Café a perfect dessert for any occasion — plus it's good for you because it has carrots, right? Hmm...maybe not, but this carrot cake topped with tangy sweet frosting is still delicious. Click here to see 10 Classic American Desserts. Adapted from "Flour" by Joanne Chang and Christie Matheson.
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