Top Rated Cake Recipes

Birthday Cake Fudge
Can’t choose between fudge or cake? Then reach for this funfetti inspired fudge that has that sweet, vanilla flavor and plenty of festive colored sprinkles to delight your eyes and your taste buds.
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Cross-Country Johnny Cakes
Johnny cakes, also known as Johnnycakes, are similar to pancakes but are made with cornmeal instead of wheat flour. Make Johnny cakes for breakfast or brunch and serve with the standard maple syrup and butter that you would expect with pancakes. Recipe courtesy of Dinner with Jackson Pollock by Robyn Lea (Assouline.com).
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Blueberry Bundt Cake
Ready for summer? This easy-to-make bundt cake is perfect for breakfast with family and friends. The combination of blueberries, lemon, Country Crock® and sour cream makes for a deliciously moist cake!
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peach coffee cake
This coffee cake is complete with a buttery crumb topping and thick slices of ripe, juicy peaches. The key is making sure the cake portion is not too dense, so make sure not to overmix the batter.  See all cake recipes. Click here to see Apricots and Cherries and Peaches and Pluots, Oh My!
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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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Try this strawberry banana cake made with fresh strawberries and banana muffin mix.
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banana cake
This banana-caramel toffee dessert is easier than you think to make, thanks to an ingredient list that calls for a thawed-out frozen pound cake.
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Chocolate Potato Cake
Mashed potatoes surprisingly make this decadent chocolate cake even moister. This surprise ingredient will give your cake a leg up over anyone else's, and everyone will be dying to know what your secret is. This recipe is courtesy of Potato Goodness.
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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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Cake
Find an excuse to treat yourself with this chocolate cake recipe, featuring Guinness, cocoa, buttermilk, and berries.This recipe is courtesy of Little Box Brownie.
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Recipe is courtesy of Tablespoon.com
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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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