October 9, 2018

Chocolate Spartak Cake

Chocolate Spartak Cake: chocolate-y, 9-layer cake, filled with sour cream frosting, topped with chocolate ganache and decorated with buttercream flowers!

Jump to Recipe Leave a Review

Want more Ukrainian cake recipes? Check them here: Chocolate Cherry Bundt CakeHoney CakeStrawberry Kiwi Cake.

Chocolate Spartak Cake: chocolate-y, 9-layer cake, filled with sour cream frosting, topped with chocolate ganache and decorated with buttercream flowers! | olgainthekitchen.com

Few months ago I’ve shared a 12” version of this cake for my mom’s birthday. I did 2 servings to make that cake, and decorated with buttercream flowers. This cake was a huge hit. It was stunning, but sadly it had to be eaten! 🙂

This cake is the favorite in my family nowadays! Everyone loves it…kids, adults, me, myself and I! 😀 When you start at a slice, you won’t notice when you’ve eaten the whole cake – you just keep eating it, and it gets better and better with every slice! (no kidding).

This cake takes some effort, but then what cake doesn’t? You have to put effort into anything to make it look beautiful and delicious! But it’s not complicated at all, just takes a bit of time. It’s really easy to work with, just need your muscles to roll out each layer, but you cannot go wrong here. If you end up with a different brand of flour and add slightly more flour while rolling the cake layers than the recipe calls for, don’t worry about it. Once the cake is frosted, leave it at room temperature for few hours before refrigerating and it will do the trick. The cake will fall-apart in your mouth when served.

Chocolate Ganache

You can frost less layers of this cake, and use remaining to make the crumbs for the decoration, but there is something about chocolate ganache and chocolate layers, blending in nicely! Therefore, I always do chocolate ganache for this Spartak cake. I’m using a 36% heavy cream for the ganache in this post since I ran out of the usual 40% Darigold, so the ganache looks slightly on the thinner side, but the taste is still the same. I use the remaining ganache to drizzle other baked goods that same day or next day. Refrigerate and reheat over water bath, but never dispose chocolate! 😀 It’s chocolate!!

The amount of ingredients needed for chocolate ganache is just perfect for a 9” or 10” cake. It makes about 2 1/2 cups of ganache, but you will only use about 1/2 cup of it. The reason I make more because once you start pouring, you should not stop; slowly go throughout the whole cake. If you stop, the ganache will start setting and if you continue minutes later, you will have overlapping chocolate in places where you start pouring again. It won’t destroy the taste of the cake, but it will take away the smooth beauty of this chocolate prince! 😀

The cake must set before being covered in chocolate, otherwise chocolate will crack once the cake layers set. During the process of setting, the cake slightly shrinks down as the cake layers get moist and sit down closer to other layers. For best results, I frost the cake one day, and finish with ganache and buttercream next day.

Chocolate Spartak Cake Ingredients: 

  • 2 large eggs (room temp)
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup cocoa powder
  • 1/3 cup 2% milk
  • 4 tablespoons unsalted butter (softened)
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 3 cups all-purpose flour (I used Bob’s Red Mill) + more for rolling

Sour Cream Frosting Ingredients:

  • 16 oz sour cream – cold
  • 8 oz extra creamy cool whip – frozen
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

Chocolate Ganache and Buttercream Decorating: 

  • 2 cups mini chocolate chips (I use Nestle brand)
  • 1 1/2 cups heavy cream
  • 8 oz (2 sticks) unsalted butter (softened)
  • 4 cups powdered sugar – sifted

1. In a small bowl, combine and whisk 2 eggs and 1/2 cup sugar to break the eggs a bit. In a large bowl, combine and whisk 1/2 cup cocoa powder and remaining 1/2 cup sugar. To the bowl with cocoa, add the egg mixture, 4 tbsps unsalted butter, 2 tbsps honey and 1/3 cup milk.

2. Make a water bath, by bringing a large pot with water to a boil and reduce heat to medium. Place a bowl with mixture over the steam (make sure the bowl doesn’t touch the water) and keep stirring for about 10-15 minutes until the butter and the sugar are melted, all ingredients are incorporated and the mixture becomes hot. (I put a tip of my index finger into the mixture to test).

Add 1 tsp baking soda and keep stirring for about 2 minutes until the batter turns foamy and slightly rises. Remove from heat, and immediately sift the flour, or add cup at a time if sifted ahead of time. (Do not let the dough cool or you will ruin the dough; use spatula to fold in flour into hot batter, then transfer the dough to a floured surface to finish incorporating the flour into dough). I do about 2 3/4 cups flour, by adding cup a time and use remaining when rolling out the layers. Preheat the oven to a 360°F.

3. Divide the dough into 8 similar to equal pieces. Sprinkle some flour when needed and roll out first dough piece to a very thin layer (about 2-3 mm thick) to cover a 9” form. Place the base of the springform pan over the rolled piece and cut out a circle, going around the form with a sharp knife. Transfer the cut out circle to a lightly oiled springform base, and bake for 8 minutes. (Meanwhile, roll out second piece and place onto same sized form, or wait until the hot form slightly cools off before placing next piece).

As soon as the layer is finished baking, turn it upside down onto a tray. Remove the form with help of oven mitts and leave the layer upside down for 4-5 minutes (this will keep the layer bump-free and keep it flat). Turn it back to correct side, and stack cooled layers with parchment paper in between until ready to frost. Repeat this process until you’ve baked all layers.

NOTE: do NOT throw away those edges! Form a ball from them, roll out and you will end up with 9th or even 10th layer, that could make your cake higher or use the extra layers to crumble and decorate the cake if you don’t want to cover in chocolate ganache. Cake layers will harden once cooled, but will be moist once frosted.

How to Make Sour Cream Frosting:

4. Using an electric mixer, beat 16 oz sour cream, 8 oz cool whip, 1/2 cup sugar and 1/2 tsp vanilla extract for 10 mins on high until frosting is thick and firm. Refrigerate until ready to use, but not for prolonged time or the cream might become slightly runny. Cut out a cake diameter carton circle. Wrap foil around carton. Spread a teaspoon of frosting onto foil before you place a first cake layer – this will keep the cake from sliding off the carton. Place about 3-4 tbsps frosting between each cake layer and spread evenly (make sure to get edges). (**If you’re going to cover the cake in chocolate, do not frost the last layer – chocolate will be on top). Frost sides as well with any remaining sour cream frosting. Leave the cake at room temperature for 2 hours so that the cake layers become moist.

After 2 hours, insert a toothpick in the middle of the cake and then into a layer from a side. If the toothpick goes in easily, refrigerate the cake until ready to decorate. Do not keep the cake more than 4 hours at room temperature.

How to Make Chocolate Ganache:

5. Place 2 cups mini chocolate chips into a medium bowl. Microwave 1 1/2 cups heavy cream for about 2 minutes until it’s hot and steamy, but not boiling. Meanwhile transfer the cake to a cooling rack from turning table with help of 2 large knives (make sure the knives hold the cake before you completely lift it up). Pour the heavy cream over the chocolate chips and keep whisking until all chocolate chips had melted. As soon as ganache slightly cools, start pouring over the cake – GO SLOW, starting from the top – pour, spread with a knife and slowly keep pouring on the edges going right and left to cover all the area. Don’t pour too much and don’t go fast or you’ll run out of ganache.

**making more ganache to finish the sides will make overlaps on the cake sides and the cake won’t look nice. Let the cake stand for 5 minutes on cooling rack and then gently, using large knives, transfer to a cake stand.

How to Make Buttercream:

6. In a medium bowl, beat 2 sticks unsalted softened butter for about 1 minute. Add 4 cups sifted powdered sugar (1 cup at a time), until all mixed in. Use this buttercream to make roses or any flower or design you like. Pipe onto little parchment paper squares, place onto stainless steel tray and freeze for 5-10 minutes. (The stainless steel tray makes it freeze a lot faster). Transfer flowers to a cake and decorate to your liking. I added a bit of cocoa powder for the brown leaves. Refrigerate cake until ready to serve.

This cake is good up to 5 days in the fridge. Smachnogo! (meaning: bon appetit in Ukrainian!!)

If you make this recipe, tag @olgainthekitchen on Instagram and hashtag it #olgainthekitchen or by clicking on social icons on top of this page.

MORE CAKE RECIPES TO EXPLORE:

Chocolate Spartak Cake

5 from 10 votes
Servings: 8 -10
Prep Time: 50 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hour 20 minutes
Total Time: 2 hours 10 minutes
Chocolate Spartak Cake: chocolate-y, 9-layer cake, filled with sour cream frosting, topped with chocolate ganache and decorated with buttercream flowers! A family chocolate favorite!

Ingredients

CAKE INGREDIENTS:

  • 2 large eggs room temp
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup cocoa powder
  • 1/3 cup 2 % milk
  • 4 tablespoons unsalted butter softened
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 3 cups all-purpose flour I used Bob’s Red Mill + more for rolling

FROSTING INGREDIENTS:

  • 16 oz sour cream – cold
  • 8 oz extra creamy cool whip – frozen
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

CHOCOLATE GANACHE & BUTTERCREAM DECORATION INGREDIENTS:

  • 2 cups mini chocolate chips I use Nestle brand
  • 1 1/2 cups heavy cream
  • 8 oz 2 sticks unsalted butter (softened)
  • 4 cups powdered sugar – sifted

Instructions

  1. In a small bowl, combine and whisk 2 eggs and 1/2 cup sugar to break the eggs a bit. In a large bowl, combine and whisk 1/2 cup cocoa powder and remaining 1/2 cup sugar. To the bowl with cocoa, add the egg mixture, 4 tbsps unsalted butter, 2 tbsps honey and 1/3 cup milk.
  2. Make a water bath, by bringing a large pot with water to a boil and reduce heat to medium. Place a bowl with mixture over the steam (make sure the bowl doesn’t touch the water) and keep stirring for about 10-15 minutes until the butter and the sugar are melted, all ingredients are incorporated and the mixture becomes hot. (I put a tip of my index finger into the mixture to test). Add 1 tsp baking soda and keep stirring for about 2 minutes until the batter turns foamy and slightly rises. Remove from heat, and immediately sift the flour, or add cup at a time if sifted ahead of time. (Do not let the dough cool or you will ruin the dough; use spatula to fold in flour into hot batter, then transfer the dough to a floured surface to finish incorporating the flour into dough). I do about 2 3/4 cups flour, by adding cup a time and use remaining when rolling out the layers. Preheat the oven to a 360°F.
  3. Divide the dough into 8 similar to equal pieces. Sprinkle some flour when needed and roll out first dough piece to a very thin layer (about 2-3 mm thick) to cover a 9” form. Place the base of the springform pan over the rolled piece and cut out a circle, going around the form with a sharp knife. Transfer the cut out circle to a lightly oiled springform base, and bake for 8 minutes. (Meanwhile, roll out second piece and place onto same sized form, or wait until the hot form slightly cools off before placing next piece). As soon as the layer is finished baking, turn it upside down onto a tray. Remove the form with help of oven mitts and leave the layer upside down for 4-5 minutes (this will keep the layer bump-free and keep it flat). Turn it back to correct side, and stack cooled layers with parchment paper in between until ready to frost. Repeat this process until you’ve baked all layers. NOTE: do NOT throw away those edges! Form a ball from them, roll out and you will end up with 9th or even 10th layer, that could make your cake higher or use the extra layers to crumble and decorate the cake if you don't want to cover in chocolate ganache. Cake layers will harden once cooled, but will be moist once frosted.
  4. MAKE THE FROSTING: Using an electric mixer, beat 16 oz sour cream, 8 oz cool whip, 1/2 cup sugar and 1/2 tsp vanilla extract for 10 mins on high until frosting is thick and firm. Refrigerate until ready to use, but not for prolonged time or the cream might become slightly runny. Cut out a cake diameter carton circle. Wrap foil around carton. Spread a teaspoon of frosting onto foil before you place a first cake layer – this will keep the cake from sliding off the carton. Place about 3-4 tbsps frosting between each cake layer and spread evenly (make sure to get edges). (**If you're going to cover the cake in chocolate, do not frost the last layer - chocolate will be on top). Frost sides as well with any remaining sour cream frosting. Leave the cake at room temperature for 2 hours so that the cake layers become moist. After 2 hours, insert a toothpick in the middle of the cake and then into a layer from a side. If the toothpick goes in easily, refrigerate the cake until ready to decorate. Do not keep the cake more than 4 hours at room temperature.
  5. MAKE THE GANACHE: Place 2 cups mini chocolate chips into a medium bowl. Microwave 1 1/2 cups heavy cream for about 2 minutes until it’s hot and steamy, but not boiling. Meanwhile transfer the cake to a cooling rack from turning table with help of 2 large knives (make sure the knives hold the cake before you completely lift it up). Pour the heavy cream over the chocolate chips and keep whisking until all chocolate chips had melted. As soon as ganache slightly cools, start pouring over the cake – GO SLOW, starting from the top – pour, spread with a knife and slowly keep pouring on the edges going right and left to cover all the area. Don’t pour too much and don't go fast or you’ll run out of ganache. **making more ganache to finish the sides will make overlaps on the cake sides and the cake won’t look nice. Let the cake stand for 5 minutes on cooling rack and then gently, using large knives, transfer to a cake stand.
  6. MAKE THE BUTTERCREAM:In a medium bowl, beat 2 sticks unsalted softened butter for about 1 minute. Add 4 cups sifted powdered sugar (1 cup at a time), until all mixed in. Use this buttercream to make roses or any flower or design you like. Pipe onto little parchment paper squares, place onto stainless steel tray and freeze for 5-10 minutes. (The stainless steel tray makes it freeze a lot faster). Transfer flowers to a cake and decorate to your liking. I added a bit of cocoa powder for the brown leaves. Refrigerate cake until ready to serve. This cake is good up to 5 days in the fridge. Smachnogo! (meaning: bon appetite in Ukrainian!!)
Author: Olga in the Kitchen

© Olga in the Kitchen. All images & content are copyright protected. Please do not use my images without permission. If you want to republish this recipe, please re-write the recipe in your own words, or link back to this post for the recipe! Thank you for visiting Olga in the Kitchen!

Leave a Review

Comments

  • Abby

    I baked this cake today and will be frosting tomorrow. This is so easy to make. Even when the dough cooled, it was still easy to roll it out. I was looking through different recipes to try something new, and my husband was sitting by me and when he saw all these layers he asked me to make this cake. Now he’s probably even more excited than me to try it lol thank you for such delicious cake recipes. I loved your ammonia cake so much, I had to try this one too. Ukrainian recipes are so delicious, I feel like I should be watching my calories soon lol

    • Olga in the Kitchen

      Thanks Abby! This is a favorite around my siblings lately, my brothers especially love this cake. Makes me wonder if they’re asking their wives to bake it for them as well 😀 I hope you like it once it’s completed! 🙂

      • Abby

        So we frosted the cake, and probably ate half of it already 😀 This is like literally the best chocolate cake we had ever eaten. It got moist so nice, and the sour frosting blends in so nicely into these layers. Thank you, looking forward to more of your recipes. I’m so excited for finding your blog!!!

      • Olga in the Kitchen

        Thanks Abby for coming back and letting me know about the final results 🙂 I’m so happy to hear you guys loved it so much!

  • Natalie

    Hi Olga – thanks so much for sharing this recipe. I’m looking forward to trying it very soon. Quick question – when keeping in the fridge after it’s all assembled and frosted, does it need to be covered or left uncovered? Thank you!

    • Olga in the Kitchen

      Natalie, I personally never cover my cakes. Just make sure you don’t have like any onion or other main dish aroma in your fridge or it will absorb. I keep my desserts in another fridge in garage, but if you only have one fridge, then definitely cover it. You don’t want to eat dessert+onion (for example) 🙂

  • Galina

    Hi Olga, will it make a difference if I use whole milk as a cake ingredient instead of a 2 % milk?

    • Olga in the Kitchen

      No, you can do 2% or whole milk, as long as it’s not 1%. I do whole milk myself half of the time. Go for it! 🙂

  • Julie Dem

    I baked this cake for Christmas and it was gone during first round! A little time consuming cake. but worth it after all. Thank you!

    • Olga in the Kitchen

      I think this is the perfect Christmas cake! The first couple times I made this cake, it took me longer than most cakes. But, when I made it more and more, it was done so much faster. Because it’s probably the best chocolate cake I’ve ever ate, I make it again and again, even if it’s a bit time consuming compared to the rest. 🙂

  • Katerina

    I had been making this cake almost every Sunday since you posted. The best chocolate cake in the whole world! We can’t get enough of it, it’s so delicious and so easy to make. 🙂

    • Olga in the Kitchen

      Thanks Katerina for your awesome review, I’m so happy your family loves this cake as much as ours! 🙂

  • Laurel

    The best chocolate cake anyone could ever ask for. The decorating is absolutely gorgeous and the flavor is amazing. Your cake recipe became my favorite from now on. Thank you thank you!!!!

    • Olga in the Kitchen

      You’re very welcome, Laurel! Thank you for such beautiful review 🙂

  • Viktoriya G.

    Out of 4 different recipes that I have tried in the past, your recipe is the winner. This has to be the best Spartak cake I have ever eaten. Thank you for explaining so well each step. My cake turned out so beautiful. I didn’t even know I could bake like that lol Thank you so much! xoxo

    • Olga in the Kitchen

      Your comment made me smile 🙂 You’re very welcome and I’m so glad it turned out so well. Thank you for the beautiful review 🙂

  • Lee Yuah

    The very best chocolate cake I have tasted. It turned out moist, and the sour cream frosting is so delicious (my first time ever trying sour cream frosting). I’m officially a spartak cake fam. Such a great recipe!!!!!

    • Olga in the Kitchen

      Thank you so much for sharing that with me. I’m happy you enjoyed it so much!

  • Sonya

    This chocolate cake is amazing!!!! Made it 3 times already! Super delicious every time. I just love all your recipes!

    • Olga in the Kitchen

      Thank you Sonya! I’m happy to hear you enjoy my recipes 🙂

Get new and exclusive recipes right in your inbox:

  • Chocolate Spartak Cake: a 9-layer cake, filled with sour cream frosting, topped with chocolate ganache and decorated with buttercream flowers! I’m getting hungry just writing about it!😋 (For recipe, link in profile 👉@olgainthekitchen ) #olgainthekitchen
...
...
https://www.olgainthekitchen.com/chocolate-spartak-cake/
...
...
#cakerecipe #instacake #spartakcake #cakesofinstagram #cakeboss #cakedecorating #wiltoncakes #baking #instagood #desserttable #sweettooth #buzzfeed #fromscratch #chocolate #cakedecorator #instabake #chocolatecake #instachocolate #thebakefeed #eatprettythings #forkfeed #bakefromscratch #forthemaking #tohfoodie #hungryhungry #imsomartha #spoonfeed #dessertstagram #bakestagram
  • Making Homemade Dulce de Leche (Cooked Condensed Milk) is easier than you think! My mom’s method turns out super creamy, thick and pudding-like every time! 👌 It’s delicious straight out of the can, with ice cream or any dessert.💖 Find out how by clicking on link in profile 👉 @olgainthekitchen #olgainthekitchen
...
...
https://www.olgainthekitchen.com/homemade-dulce-de-leche-cooked-condensed-milk/
...
...
#dulcedeleche #howto #howtorecipe #easyrecipes #condensedmilk #dessertrecipes #feedfeed #foodblogfeed #yummly #instagood #imsomartha #nomnomnom #huffposttaste #buzzfeedtasty #buzzfeastfood #sotasty #myallrecipes #igfood #thatsdarling #f52food #foodandwine #delicious #tohfoodie #eatingfortheinsta #goodfoodmood #forkyeah #onmytable #eatheworld #russianfood
  • Smoked Salmon Cream Cheese Tea Sandwiches: elegant, delicious and simple treat to start my day! 😋 (Recipe link in profile 👉 @olgainthekitchen ) #olgainthekitchen⠀
...⠀
...⠀
https://www.olgainthekitchen.com/smoked-salmon-cream-cheese-tea-sandwiches/⠀
...⠀
...⠀
#sandwiches #salmonsandwich #appetizers #easyrecipe #imsomartha #myallrecipes #tasteofhome #feedfeed #foodblogeats #tohfoodie #eatingfortheinsta #sohungry #sotasty #pinterestinspired #allrecipes #healthyappetizer #appetizersfordinner #onmyplate #mycommontable #healthyish #foodnation #f52digin #foodblogging #foodshare #eattheworld #inmykitchen #foodforthought #foodmatters #forthemaking
  • Enjoying a slice of this scrumptious Banana Cranberry Bread as a late night snack 😋 This bread is perfectly moist, slightly sweet and loaded with sweet tangy cranberries. It’s one of our favorite banana bread recipes and it’s wonderful in every way!! (For recipe, click 👉 @olgainthekitchen ) #olgainthekitchen
...
...
https://www.olgainthekitchen.com/banana-cranberry-bread/
...
...
#bananabread #cranberrybread #breadrecipe #ontheblog #myallrecipes #foodblogfeed #latenightsnack #bakestagram #bakebakebake #instabake #instagood #foodlove #pinterestinspired #feedfeedbaking #bakefromscratch #onmyplate #eattheworld #foodoftheday #igfood #eatprettythings #thatsdarling #hellospring #ilovetobake #lovebaking #allrecipes #tasteofhome #dessertrecipes #bakedwithlove #instayum
#OlgaInTheKitchen
Tag your creations.
  • Crunchy, crispy texture with a touch of sweetness that makes this Crisp Cucumber Salad extra delicious. The combination of fresh veggies will make you crave this salad all-summer long. ❤️ (Recipe link in bio 👉 @olgainthekitchen ) #olgainthekitchen
...
...
https://www.olgainthekitchen.com/crisp-cucumber-salad/
...
...
#newonblog #crispsalad #saladsofinstagram #salads #saladrecipe #healthysides #saladideas #saladfordessert #tohfoodie #foodblogging #imsomartha #forkyeah #instagood #summerfood #feedfeed #eatwellbewell #onmyplate #pinterestinspired #tablespotting #foodgawker #sotasty #lovefood #forthemaking #foodshare #allrecipes #allrecipes #healthyish #thrivemags #cucumbersalad
  • A slice of my very best Banana Cake Roll for breakfast this morning to get the energy for the day! 😋🍌! So scrumptious and sweet with a nutty crunch in each bite! 😋🥜 (For recipe, click 👉 @olgainthekitchen ) #olgainthekitchen⠀
...⠀⠀
...⠀⠀
https://www.olgainthekitchen.com/banana-cake-roll/
...⠀⠀
...⠀⠀
#nationalbananabreadday #cakecakecake #bakebakebake #ontheblog #bakestagram #instabake #dessertstagram #cakestagram #cakeroll #desserlover #bakingday #sweeeeets #instagood #bakingaddiction #eeeeeats #feedfeed #imsomartha #inmykitchen #easyrecipe #foodblogfeed #nomnomnom #foodpic #tastyfood #bananacake #cakesofinstagram #bakefromscratch #thebakefeed #kitchenbowl #recipeshare
  • The quickest dessert ever: Ukrainian Dulce de Leche Waffle Cake! 💖 classic and easy 3-ingredient dessert your whole family will love! It’s a staple in every Slavic home! In fact, I’m enjoying some today😋 (For recipe, click on link in profile 👉 @olgainthekitchen ) #olgainthekitchen ...
...
https://www.olgainthekitchen.com/ukrainian-dulce-de-leche-waffle-cake/
...
...
#wafflecake #wafers #cake #instacake #dulcedeleche #feedfeed #instagood #desserts #thebakefeed #bakebakebake #sweeeeets #foodforthought #foodforfoodies #recipes #buzzfeedfood #delicious #pinterestinspired #sweettooth #foodblogging #todayfood #thekitchn #tastingtable #homemade #easyrecipes #yummly  #yummyfood #imsomartha #myallrecipes #allrecipes
  • Oven Baked Potato Wedges: tender, seasoned with parmesan cheese and fresh herbs. Serve with ketchup, marinara sauce, any meat 🍖 🥩 dish or salad 🥗 A delicious alternative to french fries or baked potatoes 🥔 So easy and less messy to make! (Recipe link in profile 👉 @olgainthekitchen ) #olgainthekitchen
...
...
https://www.olgainthekitchen.com/oven-baked-potato-wedges/
...
...
#potatowedges #summerfood #dinnerideas #foodblogeats #imsomartha #myallrecipes #bakefromscratch #foodblogfeed #foodblogging #yummly #instagood #delicious #lovefood #onmyplate #eattheworld #easymeals #tasteofhome #ilovetocook #bakedwithlove #lovefood #wholeyum #recipesharing #whatsonmyplate #forthemaking #thecookfeed #soyummy #thrivemags #dailyfoodpic #hungryhungry