very light and moist cake using diet soda per an idea from weight watchers.
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i was looking for a beautiful, rich cake to make for christmas this year and this was exactly what i was looking for! i found this recipe online and it originally came from bon appetit. i wanted something chocolate and peppermint to go with the season. it
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