Brown Sugar Cake with Cranberry Buttercream Frosting

. December 17, 2020.
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With the holidays quickly approaching, I have special, pretty foods on my mind.  Presenting a beautiful cake makes my guests, and me, happy.  Plus, who doesn’t like a cake?

 

This multi layer cake is moist and richly flavored with brown sugar. It’s crumb holds together well.  Between the layers is a luscious buttercream and an easily made tart, cranberry jam.  Then, covering the cake is a thick layer of more buttercream.  Finally, sugared cranberries add beauty – don’t skip them!

 

I made this cake months ago but as Christmas approaches, all I can think of to finish off our holiday meal is this cake.  The two of us (thanks covid-19), will eat cake.

 

Happy Holidays!

 

Recipe is found on the New York TimesCooking website.

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