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  1. Cost per serving: $1.10 This skillet cake is a perfect dessert to showcase stunning summer strawberries.   See recipe: Strawberry Upside-Down Cake
  2. Cost per serving: 77¢   This cake is triple-chocolate infused with chocolate cake mix, chocolate pudding and chocolate chips.   See recipe: Chocolate Chocolate-Chip Cake
  3. Cost per serving: 59¢ This cinnamon-apple cake goes to the next level with a sweet maple-cream cheese frosting.   See recipe: Applesauce Cake with Maple Frosting
  4. Cost per serving: 37¢ Your kids would never guess that this dessert recipe has zucchini in it.   See recipe: Chocolate-Zucchini Snack Cake
  5. Cost per serving: 66¢This cake pairs perfectly at breakfast, with afternoon tea or as a stand-alone dessert. For an extra sweet treat, warm it up and spoon some vanilla ice cream on top.See recipe: Lemon Blueberry Snack Cake
  6. Cost per serving: 51¢ This super-moist bundt cake from reader Karen Davis is just as great for breakfast as it is for dessert.   See recipe: Banana-Oatmeal Cake
  7. Cost per serving: $1.05With chunks of fruit in every bite, this is a dessert everyone will go bananas for!See recipe: Banana Layer Cake 
  8. Cost per serving: $1.46Be sure your cake pans are at least 2 inches deep or the batter will overflow during baking.See recipe: Hummingbird Cake 
  9. Cost per serving: 78¢Don't have cake flour? Swap in 7/8 cup all-purpose flour and 2 Tbsp. cornstarch for each cup of cake flour. Your cake may be less delicate, but it will still be delicious.See recipe: Yellow Cake With Fudge Frosting 
  10. Cost per serving: 56¢Bake all of these cakes the day before serving them. Mist a piece of plastic wrap with cooking spray, cover the cake layers and chill. Frost them the same day you serve them.See recipe: Chocolate Cake With Marshmallow Frosting 
  11. Cost per serving: 60¢You’ve probably already got the ingredients on hand for this super-cheap, scrumptious loaf. Keep one in the freezer to pull out on a weeknight, and glaze before serving.See recipe: Applesauce Cake 
  12. Cost per serving: 62¢Light, fluffy and alluring: This heavenly dessert contains just a hint of lemon zest.See recipe: Coconut Cake
  13. Cost per serving: 93¢Sure, elaborate desserts are fun, but sometimes you want an old-fashioned treat like Grandma used to bake. To make this cake even richer, add a teaspoon of instant espresso powder to the cocoa.See recipe: Devil's Food Cake