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Very light and moist cake using diet soda per an idea from Weight Watchers.
This was devised for my daycare children and most of them asked for seconds the first time I made it. The teachers also requested the recipe & said they would top with ham or meat for a main course.
Stumbled across this taste treat when I had run out of regular bread but had a few slices of 9 grain. Won't use anything but 9 grain anymore!
Have made this dish for almost 40 years and is still a family favorite. Got the recipe from my friend Bardie in Okmulgee,OK
A great summer surprise dessert. Can also make with fresh peaches, kiwi or mixture of fresh fruits.
Our first grade teacher, Mrs Bridgewater, who had retired twice, would be excused from teacher's meetings to make this recipe. This recipe lives on in many households.
No canned soups, no fancy ingredients chef can add-to with multitude of ingredients. People ask for my recipe all the time.
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