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Cake Batter Milkshake

 

I am really starting to crave fall. What about you? Unfortunately, this hot weather is here for quite a while! A girl can dream anyway. One way to cool down is to make yourself an ice cold milkshake. The best part is no oven is required! This one has a cake batter flavor that will have wanting more. And it is honestly one of the easiest recipes ever posted on the blog. All you need is a blender and few ingredients and set for the shake of your dreams.

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Homemade Funfetti Floral Cake

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Guess what?! The Gourmet Girl Blog is nine years old! 9 years! I seriously cannot believe I’ve been blogging for nine years. This is definitely making me feel old. In all seriousness, I am so thankful for this fun creative outlet that allows me to embrace my love for sprinkles, edible glitter, and all things pink! Thank you so much for your continued support! Love you all!

In light of this, I thought it would be fitting to feature a homemade funfetti cake. To make it even more special, I thought it would be fun to make a floral buttercream cake. It’s actually very easy to make, and requires very limited piping skills. Hope you have fun with it!

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