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    6 Reviews |  By Cristin

    This cake has been in my family for as long as I can remember! Very moist and fluffy cake. Great as a snack for the family or for a small gathering. I have received so many compliments on this cake! Use your imagination. It doesn't need to be topped with any icing, or can handle it if you do.

    Recipe #77653

    Found on Slice of Life's Facebook page. She credits http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/sweet-humming-bird-cake-00420000009125 .

    Recipe #499061

    This is a MUST if you have never tried a homemade Angel Food Cake. I never liked Angel Food Cakes until the neighbor lady invited me over for coffee shortly after I was married. That was almost 15 years ago, and my children and husband always ask for this for special occasions. Thank you Artie, for being a wonderful friend and for the recipe!

    Recipe #12591

    66 Reviews |  By Bev

    This is Southern Living's most requested recipe.

    Recipe #42827

    Trisha Yearwood says every February, when it's Garth Brooks birthday, she makes this beautiful and delicious cake for him. She says last fall, Garth made a sad statement like only three more months until you make me that awesome German chocolate cake again! She made the cake the next day. She doubles the frosting recipe to frost the entire cake, because Garth likes extra frosting, but one recipe will frost the tops of the layers and do the trick just fine- unless you are Garth! If you have some frosting left over, it's good spread on graham cracker or on brownies. Okay, it's also good right off the spoon! Enjoy!

    Recipe #398107

    This cake is unbelievably moist and sooo tasty.You can interchange the ingredients to make different flavors and it is as easy as 1 2 3.Only 4 ingredients!!!Please read the example below instructions for flavors of cake and fruit.

    Recipe #85711

    64 Reviews |  By Nanita

    I love bundt cakes because they are so easy to serve. I found this recipe on a camping website and adapted it for use in the home kitchen instead of on the camp fire! It comes out great and it will be the easiest pineapple upside down cake you'll ever serve!

    Recipe #88794

    I just tried this cake for the first time at funeral in Chicago. After the first bite, I went in search of the cook and talked her out of the recipe. All those different extracts may sound strange, but trust me it is wonderful! At the bottom I have included Six Flavor Pound Cake and Seven Flavor Pound Cake variations. Also, you can make a 5 flavor cake with a 6 flavor glaze or any other combination.

    Recipe #24612

    11 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From a mag I took a copy but forgot to note which mag. Times are in accordance with recipe directions. They recommend to use 1 x 800 grams of can pie apples (in place of granny smiths) and microwave on high for 2 minutes, then top with sponge mixture (fruit must be hot when topping with sponge, or sponge will not rise during cooking. Would also add cinnamon to canned apple if not already done so by the manufacturer. Serve with custard or ice-cream. IMPORTANT NOTE - prepare sponge mix while apple is cooking (apple mix needs to be hot).

    Recipe #383535

    This is another recipe from my favorite baker Nick Malgieri. His note: This recipe got its name because I found it in Greenwich Village a few blocks from where I live. As I walked east on Tenth Street, I saw a yellowed index card lying on the sidewalk. When I picked it up I saw written in a spidery hand in blue fountain pen ink a recipe for "The Best Brownie's [sic] in the World." Well, I put it aside in a miscellaneous recipe file, and a few months later I tried it. They turned out to be sensational and certainly a contender for the title. Note: Makes 1 9X13X2" pan, about 24 2" brownies PLEASE NOTE: The preparation time does NOT include the time it takes to cool the batter before baking.

    Recipe #329090

    Your family will love this chocolate cake filled with caramel, cool whip, and butterfingers. This is the most wonderful cake you will ever eat in your life. If you are on a diet go ahead and splurge it is sooooooo worth it. It is moist and just plain delicious.

    Recipe #199182

    This was a massive hit when i was growing up. My grandma would make this weekly and as visitors called she would have orders to make her guests a cake for the following week. She served it with custard, vanilla ice cream or fresh cream and all were equally delicious! This was a great cake to eat during the winter served hot with custard. I have now started to add a handful of flaked almonds, sprinkled on top of the cake (just before it goes in the oven) The addition of the flaked almonds, seems to be an even bigger hit! Enjoy!

    Recipe #186578

    My husband got this recipe from a former co-worker after she brought the apple cake to a food day. I've made a few adjustments to the recipe and my husband says it's even better than the original (maybe he's just being nice?). Either way, every time we've made it our guests LOVE it and almost always have more than one piece. You can serve with whipped topping or ice cream.

    Recipe #360907

    This is a recipe for a very yummy chocolate cake. I went through a lot to get this recipe perfect. But I have it now and thought that I should share it, since this is a cake loved by many. It's rich and creamy, good for adults and kids. And trust me, you'll love it. The key with this cake is taking it out of the oven at the correct time.

    Recipe #203559

    8 Reviews |  By Charkie

    This is one of the best carrot cakes we have had. It is from Kraft, and is SO easy. I changed it a tad, by adding golden raisins to my liking, and I made it in a 11x13 pan, and added baking time to it until it tested done as directed. The prep time was based on shredding the carrots, but buying the prepared carrots cuts the prep time to about 10 minutes!

    Recipe #138418

    My wife found this in her Country Magazine, and for a change, I hardly modified this one at all. It's pretty much as we found it and tastes great.

    Recipe #93717

    A very moist chocolate cake due to the mayonnaise base, with a very rich frosting. The name of the cake comes from the story that somebody (I think around the turn of the last century) supposedly paid $100 to a restaurant in Chicago for the recipe--equivalent to paying several thousand dollars today. The story is widely known but I don't know whether it's fact or fiction. I myself don't like chocolate, so when I have to make a dessert and don't want to be "tempted" I like to make something chocolate. Therefore I haven't eaten it myself. However, a number of people I've served it to have asked for the recipe so I feel confident that it's quite good.

    Recipe #91473

    6 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    This is a wonderful dessert or brunch cake, and easier to make than people will ever know, unless you tell em. :)

    Recipe #264169

    Slightly different, this one begins with 2 boxes of blueberry muffin mix. NOTE: You will use the two small cans of blueberries included in the packaged muffin mixes; there are no fresh blueberries in this recipe. This breakfast cake comes from one of my old "card libraries" but don't remember which one. so can't give credit where credit is due. It's a family favorite.

    Recipe #210022

    A very pretty, light, moist tea cake. IF you use the tube or bundt pan, you can use the center as a flower vase by picking fall flowers, wrapping them in a wet towel and place in the center of the cake. I think this recipe originally came from an old Inn cookbook.

    Recipe #185471

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