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Chocolate Chunk Rum Cake

A quick Rum Cake, dripping in buttered-rum glaze and loaded with plenty rich chocolate chunks, is an easy dessert that’s perfect for Christmas, New Year’s, or any other special celebration! #spreadcheer /bettycrocker/ #hersheys /safeway/ #ad

Lazy Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars 1 stick of butter 2 eggs 1 yellow cake mix 1 bag of semi-sweet chocolate chips How to make it 1. Melt butter in bowl 2. Whisk together with eggs 3. Stir in cake mix 4. Mix in chocolate chips 5. Press into greased pan 6. Bake at 350– 9×13 for 20 min, smaller pans 25-28 min. Please say something when you see the recipe! Saying ANYthing is good, it helps you continue seeing my posts! Thank you!

from Dear Crissy

Cake Mix Cookie Bars

Cake Mix Cookie Bars Recipe - I've scoured Pinterest for the best cake mix cookie bars recipe and this is THE ONE folks, be sure to repin it and try it to see what I mean! Perfect for Christmas parties!

from The Kitchen McCabe

Irish Apple Cake with Custard Sauce

Irish Apple Cake with Custard Sauce ~ The cake is excellent all on it’s own, but what really turns it into a decadent dessert is the custard sauce. Poured warm over the top of a slice of apple cake, its creamy sweetness is the perfect addition to the thick fruit filled cake.

This See's Fudge recipe is my favorite fudge recipe, hands down. No contest. period. It is perfectly smooth, rich, and chocolatey.

from tablespoon.com

DIY State Fair Funnel Cake

from What2Cook

Old Fashion St. Louis Gooey Butter Cake

Old Fashion St. Louis Gooey Butter Cake - The cake was first made by accident in the 1930s by a St. Louis-area German American baker who was trying to make regular cake batter but reversed the proportions of sugar and flour, hence the Gooey Butter Cake was born!! <+>

from Real Simple

Cranberry Ricotta Cake

Cranberry Ricotta Cake | This light, buttery cake is studded with jewel-like fresh cranberries. The fruit gets tossed in granulated sugar before they’re sprinkled over the cake batter, and the sugar crystalizes into a thin, delicious crust as the cake bakes. Ricotta is the not so secret ingredient that gives the cake’s crumb delectable moistness. Serve up a big wedge of the sweet-tart delicacy for dessert—or for breakfast. It pairs equally well with coffee and tea as it does with a glass of…