Patty Millay
Patty Millay

I will always remember my very first day of school at Thruston Elementary. Our teacher, Mrs. Jones, came up with a brilliant to introduce to the school and show us around. She had a Gingerbread Man who went missing and we had to comb the school to try and find him. It was the perfect way to introduce us to the hallways and classrooms of the school. I have been obsessed with gingerbread ever since!

WBKR What's Cookin'? guest Patty Millay is certainly feeding that addiction. She's sharing a three-ingredient recipe for a Gingerbread Bundt Cake that's destined to be the star of your holiday table. Your friends and family may be combing through your house to find it when they decide they want seconds.
Here's how to make it!
From Patty:
You are not going to believe that this is a 3 ingredient dessert that takes a total of 45 minutes from start to finish but here she is!  This is perfect for when you need to make a dessert and don't have time for it or when you just aren't in the mood to do it!  This has simple ingredients and very budget friendly.  For about 40 cents per serving, this is a winner every time!
2 boxes of Gingerbread cake mix
1 tub of Philadelphia Cheesecake mix
1 cup of Powdered Sugar for garnish
Patty Millay
Patty Millay

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Mix the Gingerbread cake mix with the cheesecake mix and fully incorporate them.  Patty says, "This is a very thick mixture, and you may want to opt for a mixer on low setting instead of doing it by hand."
Place your batter into a well-greased bundt pan and smooth the top for an even bake.  Bake at 350* for 30 minutes then check to see if the middle of the cake is set.  You may need to give it an extra few minutes depending on your oven.
Cool on a wire rack and flip to a cake stand then garnish as you wish.  Patty dusted hers with powdered sugar.  You could do a glaze or even cream cheese frosting if you like.
Patty adds, "I know this sounds too easy but it is amazing and oh so delicious!"

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