My favorite cake recipe is Whipping Cream Cake. It's a variation on the pound cake I fell in love with in the corner delis in New York sold by the slice wrapped in celophane. It's fancy enough for company with raspberry sauce and extra whipped cream, or great just plain in my lunchbox the next day.
My PAC "Mom" had a birthday this wk (Chef Mommie). After looking at her birthday cake in the Photo Forum, I decided this recipe was just perfect for her next birthday. It doesn't have donuts as an ingredient, but I think she'll forgive me for not being able to find another donut cake for her. (Time to prepare & bake the cake is not included)
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.
I found this in Paula's New Magazine. I felt it would be great for a Valentine's dinner. Paula says this cake is great alone, but it can be topped with vanilla ice cream or a raspberry sauce. The recipe can be made ahead and refrigerated for 2 to 3 days.
This frosting adds so much to a plain Angel Food Cake. I have had good luck with both purchased cakes, cakes from mixes, or cake from scratch (really too much work when the mix is just as good). You could also use this on other cakes but is perfect with the lightness of Angel Food.
This tastes sooo good! It's very easy to make and also kid friendly. Try using different flavored puddings. Yummy! I also like to do more layers, just makes it more interesting. Use different types of oreos as well.
This is a REALLY popular Aussie dessert-one that you often find at potlucks. It's simple and yummy-what more could you ask for!
Editing to add the photo is of a double mixture. Additional photos show the steps involved making this ring.