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April 08, 2009

Amy's Organic Chocolate Cake


I've been a fan of Amy's products for a while now, so when they contacted me about trying a new product, I jumped at the chance. A few days later an Amy's Organic Chocolate Cake arrived on my doorstep.

Why do I like Amy's? Well, this cake is the perfect example. First of all, it is made with organic ingredients. Secondly, it's vegan but doesn't taste like a substitute for a non-vegan cake. It's the real deal. Thirdly, there are no weird things in this cake -- no trans fats, no preservatives, no GMO's or bioengineered ingredients. The ingredient list contains only things that I have in my own cupboard -- shocking, I know!

The cake is available in the frozen foods section of the grocery and you defrost it in the fridge for a couple of hours before eating it -- very simple. So before dinner I popped it in the fridge and it was ready at dessert time.

The cake is dense and quite moist -- almost like a cakey brownie or a chocolate muffin. The taste is fresh, sweet and delicious. My husband, daughter and I all tried the cake and loved it. In fact, Maddie liked it so much that she had 2 pieces last night and one today, I had a piece this morning with coffee and it was great the second day.

I'm sure this will be available in most grocery stores -- I know our Dominick's and Jewel carry Amy's products. And if you want more info, you can always visit the Amy's Kitchen website.


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