This is a very easy to make cake that tastes elegant! I got this out of a magazine years ago and every year i have to hunt for it so now am posting on Zaar for safe keeping.
UPDATE: There used to be a white cake mix that had no oil added to it but it has since been discontinued. For the cake mix use the specified amount of oil on the cake mix box and amount of eggs. this is just to replace the water.
I love to drink these in the mornings. I'd rather drink this than eat in the mornings before I go to work, sometimes you're just not very hungry that early in the morning and this sticks with you through the day.
I grew up eating this, I never had the kind out of the jar until I went to a friend's house and it was sooo gross tasting to me!!
I can't even eat the ones at restaurants! This is the only one for me! Recipe can easily be doubled.
This is absolutetly yummy!! I took this to several work functions and potlucks and this was always one of the first things gone!! I grew up eating pecan pie but this particular recipe comes from one of those little recipe booklets, I can't remember which one, with my tweaking of it of course!
I was horrified to see that all the dressing recipes on the site seemed to have cornbread and bread in them!!! I never heard of adding bread to dressing!! This is my family's oldest recipe, no one knows who's it is, it has been passed down from mouth for generations!!
I looked through all the crab cake recipes and was horrified that all of them seemed to have mayo in them. This is a recipe passed down through my family through word of mouth for a long time. The measurings are guesses since we never wrote em down, we just observe and cook till they taste good. Hope yall like em!
My mom grew up with her grandma making this for special occasions. She finally found a recipe just like her grandmother's a few years ago on the internet and was sooo happy to have it back!!! This is from the Southern forum on about. This DOES not have cream cheese in the icing or coconut, if that's what your looking for keep on a looking.
Watching my grandpa make cornbread over the years I am now soo sad I never asked him for the recipe, that and his biscuits are now lost forever, I am trying to recreate them and this is the closest I've come to the cornbread. Though it is nowhere near what he made. It is a tweaking of several recipes and of what I remember, and do not add sugar!! I will cry if anyone does!!