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    From Sonya. They are great. You can top with chocolate fudge icing.

    Recipe #195543

    23 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    This is a favorite with all the men in our family. This was my great grand-mothers recipe that she made often. Simple to make - when cut you will see 3 different layer colors. *Note - due to several reviews I am updating to strongly suggest the following: You need to use at least a 9" deep dish pan for this recipe. A normal 9" will not work. This recipe does not set up if you halve it. The batter is very thin.

    Recipe #106199

    A yummy, lemony dessert that hails from Greece! Adapted from CDKitchens.

    Recipe #170361

    4 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is one of those desserts that is likely to kill you, and is well worth it! Totally comfort food, something your mother would only let you have one small piece of, but as an adult you can inhale the entire pie!

    Recipe #22173

    I adopted this recipe from the Recipezaar account. The previous owner said this recipe comes from Martha Stewart. It's a delicious cake!!

    Recipe #37625

    This will be the last crumb cake recipe you'll ever need. It's wonderful. It's my friend Fran's mother's recipe. It's far from low fat and I guess that's what makes it such a delicious cake. Everyone will ask you for the recipe.

    Recipe #55139

    This dessert is absolutely decadent! Because it is so sweet, I only make it for occasions such as Valentine's Day when you want to spoil your loved one. This recipe came from the test kitchens of Robin Hood Multifoods.

    Recipe #72577

    Taken from "Robin Hood Flour & Bakers Festival" flyer it's a simple cake to prepare with outstanding results!

    Recipe #86871

    This came from a friend of my mom's. She worked at a bakery and always made the best baked goods! If you are not big on a lot of topping (why else eat coffee cake) it can be halved easily.

    Recipe #124793

    This recipe is from an old Betty Crocker cookbook that was a wedding gift. It has never failed to please.

    Recipe #67489

    This is one of their "most requested recipes". Be sure to thoroughly drain pineapple in a wire strainer BEFORE measuring.

    Recipe #119970

    An Ina Garten recipe, slightly modified as I like my cakes slightly less sweet. A lovely loaf - great on its own or serve it with lemon curd and fresh raspberries.

    Recipe #90199

    I'm afraid I don't know who Elina is, but I like her cake! I haven't actually made this myself yet, but had it at a birthday party, with dark chocolate frosting and a dollop of whipped cream. Mmm! If you like the combination of fruit and chocolate flavours, give this a try! The cake gets better with time, so bake a day or two before serving and keep refrigerated.

    Recipe #85224

    This cake is served at the Brown Derby at MGM Studios Orlando. It's wonderfully light and tart-sweet.

    Recipe #108591

    I've tried many many honey cake recipes, and this is my favorite, both for depth of flavor and ease of production. It's basically a one-bowl cake, freezes very very well, and can be made in a variety of sizes. I got this from Amit Women's cookbook (Efrat chapter, Chicago), and can barely read the page because of all the spills on it. Even my mom, an extraordinary baker, has begun to use this recipe instead of her own. A perfect Rosh Hashana/Sukkot treat!

    Recipe #139651

    A friend of mine wrote this recipe down on a small scrap of paper. She swears it is TO DIE FOR!!. I haven't made it yet so I wanted to post it here for safekeeping and will add it to my ever growing list of "to try" recipes. If you try it before I do please let me know what you think. 6/4/07 Edited: I made this cake and wanted to add helpful comments. The recipe as is makes more batter than you will need for a bundt pan. I would fill the bundt pan half way & then use the rest for cupcakes. Also, after cooking for 56 minutes the edges started to burn so I took it out. I think the problem was too much batter & it rose too high out of the pan. When I tested it with a toothpick it didn't come out completely clean, but it was done on the inside. Also, I would crumble the almond paste and beat it with the liquids and then add the cake mix & pudding. You will get a more evenly mixed batter. I also have to question the necessity of 2 cans of almond paste. I'm going to try it again with just one & compare. Anywho, I just wanted to give a few pointers from my experience. Additionally, DH really liked it a lot so I guess it will be a "regular" from now on.

    Recipe #153741

    This is more a layered dessert than a cake. Its very good. This is from an old newspaper clipping. Is all I had on hand was golden roast peanuts, but they worked great.

    Recipe #112767

    This is my DH favorite cake, I have tried many apple cakes over the years and this is a winner!! So moist and dense, with a caramel taste, cannot say enough, just try it and see.

    Recipe #136589

    This is an adopted recipe. I think it looks fabulous for a Mexican/Tex-mex feast, particularly on a hot summer night, but have not yet tried it. Comments from those who get to it before I do are appreciated via a review. Thanks!

    Recipe #5192

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