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Chocolate and orange - some of my favorite flavors. Use a yellow pound cake if you can't find a ready made chocolate one. Or make one from the many recipes here on Zaar.

Recipe #207712

8 Reviews |  By LAURIE

Yummy, moist cake that you can make different by using another flavor cake mix.

Recipe #103044

From a box mix...only 4 ingredients. Easy, moist and delicious every time!

Recipe #285578

This came from Relish Mag - there were mixed reviews. Some said great and some said not so great. I have yet to make it just putting it here for safekeeping.

Recipe #284501

I had this cake for the first time today...it was the most delicious, sweet and moist cake I have ever had.

Recipe #284435

10 Reviews |  By livie

This cake is beautiful and very moist. If you like dreamsicles you will love this recipe. Wonderful for summertime barbecues and parties.

Recipe #283537

From an old church cookbook that Nee had stored in her cabinet. This is simple and quick to make.

Recipe #283582

3 Reviews |  By seesko

Mic everything together in a pan and bake.

Recipe #125805

This old fashioned cake recipe is one that has been very popular through the years at our house! Gram used to make it a lot... DELICIOUS and moist, and though I'm not a raisin fan, I LOVED this cake. Don't forget to use Grammie Bea's Special Vanilla frosting recipe #218589 for the top of this YUMMY cake!

Recipe #219323

This old fashioned cake is one that will have you coming back for MORE! I hope you like it... Enjoy!

Recipe #219258

This Old Fashioned cake is so delicious and moist...You'll be glad you made it :)Try it with Recipe #218589...YUM!

Recipe #219165

I LOVE this cake using Blueberry Filling, as I am not a Cherry Filling person... I also love using Fruit Cocktail for the fruit... The top of the batter sinks to the bottom and the bottom rises to the top, hence the name "Crazy Cake". I see a few recipes here for it, but they are a lot different than this cake is... You can change the pie filling, using strawberry, or blueberry if you like those better!

Recipe #254550

My aunt gave my grandmother this recipe many years ago, and it has been TREASURED in our family ever since. Try it sometime, and it will be one of your FAVORITES TOO!

Recipe #254564

This is one of my sister's contributions to the family cookbook. It makes a deliciously moist cake and is wonderful with a dollop of cream.

Recipe #119170

I came across this recipe by chance which my girlfriend cut out of a magazine - it's a firm favourite! Warning !! The icing is extremely rich. I normally make "muffins" instead of the slab cake as suggested.

Recipe #194402

My favorite apple cake - packed with sentimentality! Granny used to make this when I was growing up - it was one of my favorite things! I have adapted it a little to make it healthier (I just have to do that with everything!) - the original recipe called for 1 1/2 cups of oil - and I use freshly ground wheat or oat flour in place of the all purpose. **PLEASE NOTE** If you substitute store-bought wheat flour for the all-purpose, you do not need to add the additional amount of flour - just use the same amount as all-purpose.

Recipe #276086

One of the many recipes pulled from my Granny's good ol' country cookbooks! I've been making this since I got married (in 1995). I recently misplaced it (obviously found it now) and tried in vain to find the recipe elsewhere. I tried several different recipes and none came close to this one. Could be sentimentality, but I think it's the best one out there! I often substitute some unsweetened applesauce for some of the shortening and whole grain flour for all purpose, but for the best pound cake texture and, if it's for a treat - go all out and make it as written! If it lasts long enough, the flavor gets better with each day that passes. I have tried in the past to wrap it and let it sit for a few days, but with my houseful of hungry little beggars, that rarely happens. As soon as they smell it baking, they're waiting with hands outstretched....

Recipe #277708

From Taste of Home Magazine, August/September 1997. This is called a cake but is not tall and looks more like a danish to me because it is cooked in a 15x10x1-inch pan.

Recipe #205288

1 Reviews |  By Martina

As requested, from TOH. Enjoy!

Recipe #69388

Rich, moist, chocolaty and wonderful with vanilla ice cream!

Recipe #17840

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