# Cake? Waffles? Cake? Waffles?

If you like cake or waffles, this amazing dessert has both! The recipe for Chocolate-Raspberry Waffle Cake also has tons of math. First, you pour chocolate cake batter into a hot waffle iron to make a flat circle with little square dimples. Then you mix raspberries, sugar, and heavy cream to make berry-flavored whipped cream. Finally, you stack a waffle, then pink cream, then melted chocolate (!), then another waffle, then cream…and so on until you have 7 layers of each. Top it with MORE melted chocolate and a few fresh berries, and it adds up to yummy!

Wee ones: How many sides does a square have? Try to find 3 little square things in your room.

Little kids: If you layer waffles, then cream, then chocolate, then start over with waffles, then cream…what will the next layer be?  Bonus: If you stack 3 full sets of waffle, cream, and chocolate, how many layers do you have in total?

Big kids: If your cake has 47 layers in total (with a waffle as the 1st bottom layer, then cream, then chocolate), what ingredient is the top layer?  Bonus: Which layer is the exact middle layer — and what ingredient is it?

The sky’s the limit: If your cake has 124 layers, does it have complete sets of waffle-cream-chocolate with no leftovers? Find out the trick for seeing if a numbers is divisible by 3!