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This Malted Coconut Cake Is the Most Delicious Way to Celebrate Easter

There's no better way to welcome spring.



By Michelle Profis, Cosmopolitan

There's no better way to welcome spring.
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With the start of spring comes a slew of gatherings: Mother's Day luncheons, Easter brunches, bridal and baby showers, and then some. If this sounds like your social schedule, we wanted to humbly suggest a cake so beautiful, it just might put all your other sweets to shame: the speckled malted coconut cake. 


Pretty impressive, isn't it? Three layers of fluffy white cake are covered with a coconut buttercream frosting that's made with cream of coconut, butter, and sugar. (It gets its beautiful hue from blue gel food coloring.) But perhaps the most impressive feature, however, is the phyllo nest. Wondering how to make it? Just thinly slice phyllo dough and gently layer it around the cake, then complement it with store-bought robin's egg candies. The result, as you can see, is a stunning dessert that doubles as decor.


While I know the cake is decidedly Easter-themed, I think you can certainly put a spin on it for other spring occasions. For a Mother's Day luncheon, you can use yellow or purple food coloring instead. And for a baby shower, any pastel hue could work.

Whatever the occasion, this show-stopping treat should become a mainstay in your cake recipe arsenal.

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