Southern Living Fudge Cake (Glossies Made Me Do It!)

This month, I had to bake this Fudge Cake from Elizabeth Heiskell’s cookbook What Can I Bring? It's delicious and so easy to make!

Welcome to the October edition of Glossies Made Me Do It, a monthly series I’m hosting with Lauren of Shooting Stars Mag and  Erika of Cat Eyes & Skinny Jeans!

Glossies made me do it...!

I love that this blog series pushes me to try new recipes, and this month, I had to bake this Fudge Cake featured in Southern Living. The recipe is actually an excerpt from Elizabeth Heiskell’s cookbook What Can I Bring? The cake is easy to make and super delicious.

This month, I had to bake this Fudge Cake from Elizabeth Heiskell’s cookbook What Can I Bring? It's delicious and so easy to make!

I made my regular recipe alterations and cut out 3/4 cup sugar as well as swapping out the flour for my gluten-free alternative. Simple yet tasty, this Fudge Cake would make a lovely hostess gift or a yummy contribution to a bake sale. Or, you know, you could just eat it all yourself.

This month, I had to bake this Fudge Cake from Elizabeth Heiskell’s cookbook What Can I Bring? It's delicious and so easy to make!

What did glossies make you do this month?


P.S. Don’t miss the Fall Sweet Progress Box Swap I’m co-hosting with Dean. Sign up by October 17th!

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