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Peach Cobbler Cake

Here’s a yummy and easy peach dessert recipe that’s great for this time of year! You don’t have to wait till peach season to make this though, because this recipe uses canned peaches in light syrup. So you can make this Peach Cobbler Cake anytime of the year, which is great if you are a fan of peaches like I am!

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Chewy Chocolate Chip Coconut Bars

Coconut is such a summery flavor and maybe that’s why I was inspired to try adding it to a chocolate chip cookie bar. These Chewy Chocolate Chip Coconut Bars are soooo rich and chewy and chocolatey! The coconut is not overpowering, so even people who aren’t crazy about coconut would probably still like these. Think of these as a summer-ized version of a chocolate chip cookie bar! 🙂

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Mini Orange Bundt Cakes

Mini bundt cakes are fun to make—they’re really easy and they look so fancy! They make a special little treat for birthdays, tea time, or just any time you want a yummy dessert. These Mini Orange Bundt Cakes are really good, and full of orange flavor. They’re made with orange zest, orange extract, and orange juice, so no wonder they taste so good!

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Lemon Brownies with Lemon Glaze

Here’s another recipe for all of you lemon-lovers out there—I recently did a post on Easy Lemon Bars, and these Lemon Brownies are full of lemon flavor, too! They have a dense, brownie-like texture with plenty of lemon yumminess in every bite! I adapted this from a recipe I found at Rita’s Recipes. I used more lemon juice and zest for my version.

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Lemon Curd Blueberry Cake

I had some lemon curd I wanted to use up, and I came across this recipe from Good Housekeeping that looked so good! A lemony cake with lots of fresh berries—yum! And I could just imagine how good the lemon flavor would be with the lemon curd in this cake! I thought I made it even more lemony by using lemon extract instead of vanilla and using more lemon zest. Add I added a dash of fresh lemon juice, too.

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