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Costco round bday cake, any good?

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Costco round bday cake, any good?

I saw that costco has round chocolate and vanilla cakes. Anyone tried them and can comment?

Currently our fav "low quality" cake is the Reece pieces cake from food basics for $10... so is the costco one any better?
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Apr 14, 2021
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I find it too sugary and sweet, costco's valentine cake (heart shaped, raspberry filling) was better to my taste.
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Try it out, what do you got to lose. The smaller cakes are usually pretty decent but if you go for the large size slab where you can preorder I would say are slightly on the lower quality side but have never tried the huge large cakes myself.
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UrbanPoet wrote: I havent tried their round ones. But their rectangular ones are fantastic. The famous tuxedo cake!
+1 for tuxedo
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The round ones use the same recipe as the large sheet cakes. They just made them smaller as people aren’t supposed to be having large gatherings with food.
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Macx2mommy wrote: The round ones use the same recipe as the large sheet cakes. They just made them smaller as people aren’t supposed to be having large gatherings with food.
What if I like to eat it all myself. Confused Face

LOL, JK that makes sense.
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Gutty96 wrote: What if I like to eat it all myself. Confused Face

LOL, JK that makes sense.
Lol, I always laugh when cakes (or other stuff) say "serves 10-12" for example for a 6" cake. I'm like - not f'ing likely.

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