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    Coffee Can Cookin'

    I'm not sure why, but cooking breads and cakes in coffee cans intrigues me. Here is a small collection of some recipes for cooking in coffee cans.

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    This is posted by request. It is made in coffee cans (or regular bread pans if desired). It is baked in cans to give it the unique shape. It came from a cookbook I've had since 1975. Time to rise in not in prep time.

    Recipe #79804

    I started baking this cake in 1965. None of this family really cares for citrus cake, so I adapted this to suit us.

    Recipe #38202

    These recipes were in my local paper a few weeks ago and looked to be really good. I'm afraid that I did not keep the name of the person sending this in to the paper. White Bread Baked in a Coffee Can You will need 1 pound coffee cans these breads.

    Recipe #4288

    Recipe #22482

    Any chopped, dried fruit can substitute for the raisins. Great just sliced and spread with butter.

    Recipe #101127

    This is an outdoor recipe over a fire pit in the ground, campfire. You must have a metal 2# coffee can and foil. I mix the dry ingredients in a ziplock bag. Then I dump in the can. (Do they have coffee in metal cans any more?)

    Recipe #161729

    It's fun to try different things in the kitchen for me. I love to experiment. This recipe is one of those kind-of recipes. This bread is mixed then placed in a coffee can where it rises and bakes. Pretty cool, if you ask me, and a great way to turn trash into something useful. And the bread ain't bad either!

    Recipe #196316

    One of my mom's recipes or actually I thought it was but she told me recently she got it from my grandmother. And she was the one who started making it in coffee cans. I'm a big fan of making bread in coffee cans, so if you still get the metal cans you better start saving them. I've kept the same ones for years. One thing about this bread it seems like it takes every spice in the cabinet, but it is well worth it. Freezes well, too.

    Recipe #218964


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