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  • Carrieann Ray

    David Rocco's apple yogurt cake. "The cake has a lovely moist texture and is full of apple slices. I love the crispy sugar topping that crackles as the cake cools." Mmm.

  • Amy Bryan

    Yummy. David Rocco's apple yogurt cake - looks like a pie?

  • Adoración Gutiérrez

    David Rocco's apple yogurt cake #apple #cake #recipe

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