There are few treats as delicious and convenient as McCain’s Deep’n Delicious – that’s why they’ve earned the title of Canada’s favorite frozen cake!
The creamy delight, whether eaten cold or thawed and enjoyed, is sure to create delicious moments. It is, after all, a treat for all seasons and all reasons. Whether it’s big occasions, small celebrations, or just a midday pick-me-up, the classic Canadian dessert has served many purposes.
And because it’s available at all grocery stores and ready to eat, it’s ideal for last-minute businesses!
Although the dessert, in all its amazing flavors, is simply divine, there are ways to imagine it. So here are 5 delicious versions of this family favorite cake you can try in less than 15 minutes.
This cute cake is another cool way to enjoy Deep’n Delicious Chocolate Cake. There’s chocolate, there’s cake, there’s cookie crumbs, and there’s gummy worms. Clearly, there was no room for failure with this mouth-watering recipe.
There’s something about that hint of lemony freshness that makes a dessert tangy. And that’s what this recipe does with the classic Deep’n Delicious Vanilla Cake…gives it a nice zing. And you have the coconut to balance it out and add a rich flavor.
This is one of the easiest recipes and boy does it taste good! All you have to do is add caramelized pineapple rings to your Deep’n Delicious Coconut Vanilla Cake. And it will take this classic treat to a whole new level.
This Deep’n Delicious Marble Cake recipe is the culinary equivalent of “beauty with brains.” It tastes as amazingly good as it looks. Plus, it’s super quick to put together. All you have to do is arrange the ingredients in a pretty jar and your whimsical-looking treat is ready to dig into.
This simple recipe combines all of our favorite snacks: peanuts, pretzels, ice cream, berries and of course, Deep’n Delicious chocolate cake. And it’s a delicious flavor overload that we could have all summer long.
Go ahead and try these easy dessert recipes. You can thank us later!
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