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Fantasicakes Review and Giveaway

I'm sure I have mentioned before that my favorite thing in life is anything with the word cake in So it goes without saying when I got the chance to review a product from a  company called Fantasicakes I just had to take it. After much consideration I decided to pick the Marble Coffee Cake to review.
Now I didn't chose it because I love coffee cake, which I do. I LOVE marble cake, actually if I had to pick a favorite cake, this would be it. When I got the cake it was the hottest day of the year around here so I waited to open it since I knew the plastic would be stuck to it and take part of my cake with it. The next evening I decided it had waited long enough! I cut myself two slices off and sat down with a nice cold glass of milk.This cake was Soooo good, with a dense texture like a pound cake, you could really taste both the chocolate and vanilla. Sounds good right?? That wasn't even the best part, there was little chunks of chocolate that had partially melted onto the top of my cake.
If you aren't hungry by now you may need to see a doctor ;o) because I certainly made myself hungry all over again. The cake only lasted two days in our house with 5 people and I am looking forward to ordering a new one. I think this would make a great birthday cake (insert hint to husband here). The best part about his review you might ask,besides me getting to eat the cake, the people at Fantasicakes have been wonderful enough to offer a 25% off code to all my readers. When you order you Fantasicakes HERE Enter the code giveaway 2012 at the checkout page.
Wait for it...........they have also sponsored a GIVEAWAY. One of my lucky readers will win an 8" cakes of their choice. Now unfortunately this review is only open to US residents but make sure to take a few minutes to enter on the Rafflecopter below for your chance to win. GOOD LUCK! a Rafflecopter giveaway


suburban prep said…
The Triple Chocolate looks out of this world

Melanie Ski said…
Chocolate Run bundt cake
Ray said…
Blueberry Bundt Cake sounds delicious especially for summertime!
G said…
Definitely the Red Velvet! That's my favorite kind of cake! - Georgiana
Jerri Davis said…
Triple Chocolate Bundt Cake. Thank you. Jerri Davis
Bonkers4coupons said…
Oh I have tried the apple cinnamon crumb cake! Taste so good!
Angie said…
Orange Bundt Cake
Sherrie C. said…
I would choose the Rum Bundt Cake.

Thanks for the giveaway

Ericka said…
Triple Chocolate Bundt Cake
eclairre said…
Orange Bundt Cake
I would get the Cinnamon Walnut Coffee Cake
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RE said…
lemon bundt cake
melmorgan4 said…
Triple Chocolate bundt cake.
c allen said…
orange bundt cake please thanks crystal allen
Andrea said…
I would choose apple cinnamon crumb cake
Anonymous said…
I would pick the chocolate Rum cake. Sounds yummy, or maybe the red velvet if I am feeling selfish. No one likes red velvet but me. LOL

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