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Coconut Drippy Cake

Um...YUM!! Oh, I just noticed you're also a "Clever Girl!" I LOVE anything coconut... this cake sounds so good!(pineapple sounds like a great addition, too!) Mmmmmm coconut! I love it and my father in law loves it even more! Guess what he's getting for dessert on Fathers Day??!! Thanks for sharing…
Ash-Lee Hommy
Ash-Lee Hommy • 2 years ago

My 3 Monsters: Coconut Drippy Cake

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