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Raspberry Rose Water Layer Cake – Cake Porn <3.<3

Smooth frosting, pastel colors, heaps of meringue, a hint of fresh fruit... now this, for me, is the ultimate cake porn.
All photos belong to SprinklesBakes.
I love how each touch is so intentional. SprinklesBakes Baking Blog is run by an artist named Heather, who uses all her artsy training in each recipe she creates.
She used a little gold leaf to glam up this already decadent creation. I've never seen gold leaf on meringue before – I love it!
You can find SparklesBakes' recipe for this fabulous vanilla-rose marbled cake, raspberry filling, AND homemade raspberry frosting here.

Now who's going to share a big slice of this gorgeous cake and a cup of rose-jasmine tea with me??

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I would share, but...I'd probably just eat it myself...just to make sure every bite is consistently good...sigh, the sacrifices I make for my friends
Ahahah of course @buddyesd, of course. You're so selfless!! ;D
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