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What a great buckle Bri. My dh is still eating and enjoying it. He refused to share with anyone, its too good to share, he told me. This cake is so tender, with a lovely crumb on top. The strawberries really bring this buckle to life. They taste like strawberry jam. Great served plain but out of this world when warmed and served with vanilla bean ice cream. Thank you for sharing a recipe that I see in our future, often. Made for Name That Ingredient Tag Game.
This is the only buckle recipe I'll ever use again. So good warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Wonderful! My Hubby loved it more than cake. He said he wants it for his next Birthday cake but that will be a problem in December LOL. I really like the strawberry flavor in every bite.
Lovey loved this so much! Hot out of the oven with ice cream is best at our house!
Oh so tasty! This is very good! I followed the directions to a "T" and get came out wonderfully! It takes a little effort, but is worth it!
Mmmmmm! This was so yummy. The strawberries tasted like strawberry jam, tucked in a moist and delicious cake. A great way to use up strawberries that are just past their prime. I cooked it about 35 minutes in a 8" square pan.
Loved this!! Used this recipe to use up the last of some strawberries before they spoiled, so I am not sure I had quite 2 full cups, but it didn't matter. I also didn't sift my dry ingredients, so this was quite thick and dense. But I loved it anyway. The boys ate it warm from the pan, and I had my piece the next morning with hot chocolate. It was absolutely delicious. Not too sweet. The topping tasted great even before it was on the batter. I did mix the nutmeg into the batter, forgetting the instructions to dash it on top, but that did not harm it one bit. I will actually use this topping for other mixes it was so good. Thanks for such a versatile cake!
Fantastic yummy perfect!!!!
This was perfect. Not too sweet just right. I used fresh strawberries, and baked in 9" springform pan and it was done perfectly. Ty for the recipe.