Yidden who like homemade Pesach cakes better than yearround cakes

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    Joseph
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    Come out of the closet and admit who you are.

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    mik5
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    people who are too lazy to make an al hamichya

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    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Celiacs

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    iacisrmma
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    mik5: and if one eats gebrokts?

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    CTLAWYER
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    I prefer a cheesecake without a crust……………..
    Love seven layer cake, Pesach version is less heavy than year round.

    as for the rest, no thanks!

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    yehudayona
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    iacisrmma, I eat gebrokts but I prefer non-gebrokts cake. But anything that’s left over after Pesach has no takers in our house.

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    huju
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    I have never tasted a Pesach cake that was any good. 8 days without cake would do a lot of us a lot of good. And no cake leaves more room for those sugar-drenched jelly candies … mmmmmm.

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    iacisrmma
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    YY: My point was directed at mik5 who stated “people who are too lazy to make an al hamichya”. Gebrokts cakes need a brocha me’ein shalosh so I may like pesach cakes and still make an al hamichya.

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    Chortkov
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    I have never tasted a Pesach cake that was any good.

    Oh! Come around, sample some of ours. Their excellent.

    Oh, you don’t mish? Didn’t mean to offend you. Sorry.

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    takahmamash
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    As my dear wife says, “Pesach food tastes good until we make havdala.” Let me add here that my wife is an excellent cook, and I gladly eat Pesach leftovers until they are gone.

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    Lilmod Ulelamaid
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    I mish; can I have some?

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    Bookworm120
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    I didn’t hate the Pesach dessert cakes we bought this year – would actually eat them year-round if there was nothing better on hand.

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    Joseph
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    The OP is about homemade cakes, as carefully described in the title, not commercially purchased cakes in the supermarket.

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    Lightbrite
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    I like Pesach cakes better than year-round cakes.

    Do they have to be homemade?

    I love Pesach brownies way more than regular brownies. They are gluten free and so rich!

    At least the one that I had after the sedar was that good.

    #1254525

    Chortkov
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    At least the one that I had after the sedar was that good.

    I don’t mean to accuse or make you feel bad, but you may want to look into the Halachos of eating after the Seder – or, more specifically, after eating the Afikoman.

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    Lightbrite
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    Ooops Joseph answered that question right before I asked. Thank you.

    Oh! I think I made Pesach cakes when I was a kid. But I don’t know if any were gluten free.

    Some were from a box and others from the special Spice and Spirit edition and another Pesach book.

    Now I want to experiment.

    Thank you.

    Btw is it just me or is tapioca powder a new[er] thing? Now cakes use it but I don’t remember it being an ingredient back in the day.

    Thanks

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