This is from an older Amish cookbook I discovered at a thrift shop. The recipe is credited to Mrs. Dan E. Gingerich. -I noticed there isn't any butter in this recipe. I wonder if it's just the way this type of cake is made? The size of the pan isn't indicated.
From an older Amish cookbook I discovered at a thrift store. The name given as credit for this recipe in the book is Mrs. Menno E. Schwartz, Sr.
-I would think that homemade, chunky applesauce would be the most delicious in the recipe, but regular would probably be yummy too.
My favorite brownie! I've made these with Kittencal's chocolate buttercream frosting, and the combo was amazing, though sugar-buzz inducing ;-)
From the wonderful cookbook, 'The Great American Bake Sale'.
This is something we have all the time. We freeze the fruit in advance so its always on hand. Mmmmm! You can use just regular milk, or the coconut milk. It's not as creamy though. We use whatever fruit we feel like. If your blender can't handle the thickness, use your food processor.
NOTE: ALL AMOUNTS ARE GUESSES! Use what looks right.
I got this recipe from a friend. It is easy to change to make any flavor you like. And they're yummy! I love to top them with chopped nuts and sugar, or a streusel topping. Try mixing in some fresh fruit, or whatever you are hungry for. Change the flavoring if you want too-- maybe almond. One of my personal favorites is blueberry with streusel topping. Mmmm!
A yummy, smooth and thick cream cheese frosting, awesome on banana cake, muffins, cupcakes. Not a yucky 'health-food' recipe! This is good frosting!
Try changing the flavoring to 1/2 tsp orange or lemon.