Gluten-Free Coconut Almond Flour Cake {Inspired by Middle Eastern Cake Harissa}

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A dense, moist, and sticky sweet Gluten-Free Coconut Almond Flour Cake, inspired by the Middle Eastern Cake Harissa.

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I hope you had a great weekend! If it snowed where you live, I hope you stayed safe and warm and had the chance to enjoy the snow…or at least bake something delicious! Mike and I are in DC and we’ve been hunkered down since Friday enjoying the snow; this weekend we had our second snowfall, which was actually a doozy: winter storm Jonas! Being from Buffalo, I am in my element, and although we were starting to go a little stir-crazy by Sunday afternoon, we actually had a lot of fun.

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