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whole foods berry chantilly cake ingredients/recipe?

Strangette | Mar 25, 200907:37 AM     14

To me, this is WF's signature cake. I have been dying to make a copycat of it. Would any gourmets out there know?

I bake other things besides full fledged cakes so I need some helping figuring out what WF puts in THEIR berry chantilly. All I know is that it has a yellow crumb mixture, whipped cream, berries, and some orange/lemon zest taste to the syrup.

At least I think there is a syrup right?

What kind of cake are they using? Just a regular yellow cake recipe, or genoise... ?

The whipped cream also tastes as if there is something else besides cream and sugar... ?

Any help with this would be appreciated. I don't really need a step by step recipe, just mainly all the ingredients you think WF use. Thanks!!

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