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Oooh, this cake looks wonderful. And the combination of flavors is absolutely great!Cheers,Aldy.
This has to be one of my favourite cakes and the fact that it's gluten-free makes it even more perfect!
That is a pretty cake. I am so impressed with gluten free versions.
@ Kristen - Yeah, this was a really good cake ... reminded me of a flourless chocolate torte as far as the consistency goes ... very moist towards the center of the cake with a nutty consistency from the almond flour. The mascarpone cream was awesome and made for an interesting taste 'aha!' ... looks like whipped cream but explodes in your mouth with subtle sweetness and rum flavors...
This is so fabulous Susan that is makes me want to cuss (in a good way :))))I LOVE the ingredients oh so Italian and the mascarpone is lovely with it. PLEASE cut me a slice as I try to get a floight over.ciao, Devaki @ weavethousandflavors
This looks delicious, I'll bet a cup of cappuccino would compliment it perfectly!
Oh, Susan, this looks wonderful. I love the carrots in there--I was expecting this to have polenta in it! This is now on my 'try it immediately!' list. Interestingly, I made a gluten-free tea cake recently. It would have been great with this marscapone cream. Thanks for posting this and for giving me a heads-up. Happy Easter!
I think I'd want to put that marscapone cream on anything and everything!
Looks wonderful! that topping really must be teh realy icing on the cake.Rita
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