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This healthier smash cake is made with whole wheat flour and no refined sugars. This easy-to-follow recipe is sure to be a hit for a birthday party, baby shower or weekend brunch. Even though this cake isn’t as sweet as traditional cakes, there is plenty of natural sweetness from the blueberries and banana.
Smash cakes are very popular amongst families who are celebrating their child’s first birthday; they usually prefer to make their own cake that isn’t as sweet as the traditional cakes since this is usually their child’s first taste of cake. This dessert doesn’t compromise on the taste and is just the perfect elegant and chic edible centerpiece! Smash cakes are usually decorated in a very simple manner, is about 4 to 6 inches wide and are single or double layered. It is often accompanied by a larger more elaborately decorated cake so that this “smash” cake will allow for the birthday child to play in the cake without destroying a whole cake and leaving the party without a dessert.
All you need to do is prepare a bowl of the wet ingredients, another bowl of the dry ingredients and mix the two together to form the cake batter. Then you need to bake the batter and prepare the whipped and light frosting to frost the cake with. Your guests will be wondering how you were able to create such an enjoyable cake made with whole wheat flour and without any extra refined sugars.
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