Bake on

I just wrote a review for Candy Addict on a recipe for Leftover Easter Candy Cake, but it’s just so tasty that I decided to discuss it here as well.

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I know, it doesn’t look that pretty, but trust me, it’s delicious! It’s essentially a pound cake (the sucker has 2 sticks of buttah in it) with leftover candy mixed in. You want to be careful to pick decent candies. Nobody wants to bite into some gummy jellybean wedged inside a cake, after all. I used mostly chocolates, but I felt it was my duty to include some marshmallow Peeps as well. If you go to the Candy Addict review, there’s a link to the recipe and some more information about the cake, too.

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10 Responses to Bake on

  1. It was great the day it was made with the chocolate all melty inside, and it was great two days later!

  2. carolyn says:

    only you dude. only you. too funny.

  3. indah says:

    Hi
    Es respecto a tu post: dishrag hag de May 06, 2004, puff, 3 a

  4. Oiyi says:

    Oh yum! Chocolate pound cake sounds so good right now.

  5. tasha says:

    Waitwaitwait, hold the phone – cocoa Peeps?! WHERE OH WHERE

  6. Emily says:

    What a great idea! A surprise in every bite. :)

  7. Pieces says:

    Leftover easter candy? Is there any such thing?
    Now I’ll have to go buy more candy so I can try the cake–it looks fabulous!

  8. What a neat idea. Two sticks of butter sounds awesome!

  9. Hellen says:

    I have enjoyed visiting your blog for over three years, and each time it’s a big treat to read. This cake looks lethal!

  10. Chef Jules says:

    Well, now! I’m all for using leftovers in creative ways, but never have I encountered a cake which incorporates leftover candy. This would inspire one to have an excess of candy on hand, with the cake in mind! Thank you, Ms. Eggplant.

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