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1 Batter, 3 Layers: Magic Cakes You'll Have to Bake Up to Believe

Magic cake is called such, because one batter bakes into three distinct cake layers: a fudgy bottom, custard middle, and sponge cake top. It's so rich and flavorful, there's no need to top it with icing. Pinterest and food bloggers have popularized the distinct technique, and these particular recipes deserve a place on your "must-bake" board. Related Stories: 20 Poke Cake Recipes That Will
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