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I've had the dark and white chocolate layer cake and it was awesome. Everyone eating it agreed that it was an excellent dessert cake. Surprisingly, for gluten free, it wasn't too pricey. About $11 for a cake that serves 6 nice size pieces. It was worth that to not have to bake it.




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