Easter Desserts

Narrow your search and complete your Easter dinner on a sweet note with some of these delicious cakes. From Coconut, Carrot, Lemon, and Strawberry, to the Classic Easter Vanilla, there are many cakes to please your taste buds!

Coconut Cake

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The Coconut cake is not only delicious but offers a balanced taste as well as a truly sophisticated presentation. The fresh toasted coconut flakes give a fluffy and flavourful topping that your guests won’t be able to stop talking about!

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Carrot Cake

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This is a lighter cake than a traditional carrot cake but still comes packed with flavour. A carrot cake is always a crowd pleaser and every guest at your Easter dinner will want a slice!

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Glazed Lemon-Blueberry Poppy Seed Bundt Cake

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This cake is perfect for a brunch get-together as it is light and fluffy. The seasonal berries and lemon flavour will leave guests satisfied.

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Strawberry Layer Cake

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Although layer cakes can require a lot of preparation time and patience, the end result is usually worth it. This Strawberry layer cake is not only delicious but is an elegant dessert that looks as good as it tastes.

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Vanilla Cake with Italian Meringue Frosting

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The classic vanilla cake makes a festive addition to any Easter celebration. The cake is light and buttery and will leave guests wanting more.

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Ideas and recipes for this post came from http://www.cookinglight.com 

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