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Guest Post: What is Your Go-To Holiday Dessert? I Have A “Sweet” Idea – Check it Out! [Recipe]

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You know the story. I am one busy woman who wears multiple hats – wife, mother, full-time employee and blogger. There are times when I enlist the help of other like-minded contributors to guest post on my blog. My goal is to deliver the best entertainment stories that provides positive insight. While I’m working hard to research and deliver the best content behind the scenes, I have invited guest blogger, One Tuf Cookie, to share some of her “crumbles” with you.  Enjoy.

Well hello there, your Awesomeness! One Tuf Cookie here- sharing my FAVORITE FAVORITE FAVORITE holiday dessert recipe and it is for a bundt cake called, “Bailey’s Irish Cream Cake.” Every single time I make it, I wish I’d made two! It is made with Bailey’s Irish Cream liquor- but it doesn’t have an over-bearing taste in the cake.

So here’s what we need:

– 1 Bundt Pan
– 1 c. nuts (I always use crushed pecans.)
– 1 pkg. yellow cake mix
– 1 (3 oz.) pkg. Jello instant vanilla pudding
– 4 eggs
– Cold water
– Cooking oil
– Bailey’s Irish Cream
– Butter
– Sugar

The cake is crazy delicious and a definite crowd-pleaser. I found this recipe at The cake has a glaze that may bring a bit of guilt but trust me, it’ll be short lived. ☺  

I really hope you enjoy this recipe! Be sure to subscribe and follow Blog Xpressions to keep up with the latest, hot topics and to post how your cake turned out! Show us and tag us on Instagram – even if it is not this recipe. Surely, you’ll enjoy it and your guests will too. You may run out too soon and regret not making more than one, but sometimes, as I always say—That’s just the way the Cookie crumbles!

1 c. nuts
1 pkg. yellow cake mix
1 (3 oz.) pkg. Jello instant vanilla pudding
4 eggs
1/2 c. cold water
1/2 c. oil
1/2 c. Bailey’s Irish Cream
Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Grease and flour a tube or bundt pan. Sprinkle nuts on the bottom of pan. Combine the rest of the ingredients. Pour over nuts. Bake 1 hour. Cool cake completely. Prick cake and pour glaze over top and sides.
1 stick butter
1/4 c. water
1 c. sugar
1/2 c. Bailey’s Irish Cream

Melt butter. Stir in water and sugar. Boil for 5 minutes, stirring constantly. REMOVE from heat. Stir in Bailey’s Irish Cream.Note: If using cake mix which includes pudding, omit pudding from recipe, decrease eggs to 3, and decrease oil to 1/3 cup.

Note: The cake can be decorated with a sugar frosting or whipped cream.

One Tuf Cookie

Entertainment/Lifestyle Blogger

One Tuf Cookie is a wife, mother, and a full time college student with a passion to just live life to the fullest!

MISSION STATEMENT: “Posting about squeezing the fun out of life because life is for the living!”



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