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    I've had this recipe written in my personal recipe book for so long that I can't even begin to imagine it's source...but it's GOOD. This is a dense cake, so make sure to serve it with a light, complimentary side like fresh whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #113000

    5 Reviews |  By Debbb

    This is a very flavourful, moist cake. I made it for my Mom's birthday since she doesn't like chocolate and the rest of the family isn't too keen on white cake. She loved it. The cake tastes even better after a day or two.

    Recipe #31966

    An old recipe to share with you! I comes from St. Paul's Ladies Aid (Church). One of those loved recipes we take out now and then.

    Recipe #89122

    This makes a great birthday cake! I first heard of a red velvet cake when I saw the movie "Steel Magnolias" and went on a hunt to find a great recipe for this famous cake. This recipe is my version of one I found originally in "Taste of Home Great Desserts." My version differs from tradition slightly in that I like to tint the frosting red as well, making it really, really red. For the brightest red color for your frosting, use paste food coloring (such as those sold in small jars by Wilton), but you will also need a bottle of liquid food coloring to dye the cake red as well. I also have made the frosting pink for little girls' birthday cakes and baby showers. Prep time does not include cooling time and allows for a little extra time for icing the cake.

    Recipe #60539

    2 Reviews |  By Pumpkie

    Every year I pick a cake to make for Valentine's Day, this one is from Taste Of Home and is beautiful. Cake is baked in two 9 inch heart shaped pans, I found them in regular pans and disposable tin pans. My cake took longer to cook about 30 minutes. Also this is a very sweet cake. I used two cans of cherry pie filling (not all of both) and for the topping on top I tried to just get the cherries with just a little of the juice.

    Recipe #109931

    30 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This recipe comes from Key Lime Cookin' by Joyce LaFray. Key limes are smaller and sweeter than regular limes. If you can't find key limes or key lime juice you may sub regular limes.

    Recipe #119258

    Recipe #139653

    1 Reviews |  By xpnsve

    This is a fabulous buttercream icing with Bailey's in it, passed on to me by one of my best friends in Texas, who got the recipe from her aunt (and kicked it up a notch with some Bailey's!!). Beware: this ain't your mama's frosting! This definetly isn't the frosting you buy at the store either! This recipe makes enough thick, yummy buttercream frosting for one cake. Laura - here's to you! :)

    Recipe #144353

    (Mean Chef adoptee) I have tried many versions of the famous New York blackout cake. After many trials I have settled on this one by Wayne Harley Brachman - Retro Desserts. It is awsome. Source: "Retro Desserts". Use Recipe #37844 for icing. Adopted 9/06

    Recipe #55861

    176 Reviews |  By Marie

    These comments are from their cookbook: "At Magnolia we decided to make our cake not quite a traditional yellow cake or a traditional sponge cake, given the use of whole eggs in our recipe. We're sure you'll agree this recipe is moist, delicious and makes a beautiful layer cake or cupcakes for birthdays or any celebration. Frost with pink buttercream icing and lots of colored sprinkles as we do, and feel as though you're at your seventh birthday party all over again!"

    Recipe #139518

    This is the darkest of dark chocolate pound cakes with an incredibly rich decadent glaze. It is beautiful enough for company but great enough to make for our families, who are our greatest critics :)

    Recipe #30577

    7 Reviews |  By Mirj

    You will not believe how heavenly this cake is. My youngest always requests this as her family dinner birthday cake.

    Recipe #15015

    This is just an incredible recipe that will have you swooning, as long as you don't think about the calories! You can make it easier by buying a Madeira cake or any pound-type cake. Or, if you're anal like me about preservatives and other stuff in store-bought things you can make your own. I used recipe number 85, Butter Madeira Cake. Make this up to 2 days ahead or freeze it, for easy party planning!

    Recipe #114505

    7 Reviews |  By ciao

    This is a recipe from The Cake Mix Doctor. My family loves it and it's very easy to prepare. It's been requested for birthday cakes, but it's so easy, you can enjoy it anytime. There is no sweetener in the frosting, just the cookie crumbs. But if you wish, you can add about 1 tablespoon of sugar when you are whipping the cream for a little extra sweetness.

    Recipe #58223

    This has some different ingredients than the other Hummingbird cakes already posted. It is a recipe from Home Cooking and Evelyn Lett, we really enjoy this luscious fruity cake

    Recipe #99507

    This is a healthy carrot cake that is also delicious. I made this cake for my daughter's 1st birthday. It frosts up nice with cream cheese frosting. I tinted our frosting pink with slices of beets stirred into the frosting.

    Recipe #158906

    1 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I made this a few weeks ago for a bookclub meeting. It's so amazing, I want everyone to try it. It's almost a religious experience ;-)

    Recipe #119419

    this cake, from the 1950s, is not too sweet and the icing has the silkiest, smoothest texture and a great flavor - these cupcakes were the absolute favorites of my daughter's class when she was growing up

    Recipe #129853

    this is so unusual, i've only found it once at a caterer's bakery - the texture is silky and smooth and tastes only slightly chocolate-y... as kids, we used to make a batch to just eat right out of the mixing bowl!

    Recipe #129857

    This is the recipe my mom used when I was a kid. Each one of us got to pick what we wanted for our birthday supper and what kind of cake. I ALWAYS picked this angel food cake and Swiss Steak. I still love both.

    Recipe #44427

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