Hawaiian Wedding Cake

Hawaiian Wedding Cake created by Engrossed

A recipe I got from my mother. Remember not to drain the pineapple before adding. If you like, add coconut to the frosting.

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  • Dump eggs thru pineapple into a large bowl and mix.
  • Pour into greased 13-inch X 9-inch pan.
  • Bake at 350° 40-45 minites.
  • Cool.
  • Combine the frosting ingredients (butter through vanilla) and use to frost the cake.
  • Keep refrigerated.
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"A recipe I got from my mother. Remember not to drain the pineapple before adding. If you like, add coconut to the frosting."

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  1. Sharon T.
    Taste like coconut and ginger.
  2. poorgirl23
    To put any kind of nuts in it
  3. poorgirl23
    Do I have to put nuts in it?
  4. golfergirlj
    An easy to make cake that is good tasting, too. It does remind me of a carrot cake as someone else said.I used macademia nuts (all I had). I also omitted the vanilla and used about 1T. lime juice and then more 10X sugar for the frosting as another suggested. Next time I will bake it for less time since it feels a bit overdone (probably my older oven) I also think it tastes better cold. Looking forward to making this again, perhaps with cashews. Oh, and I used crushed pineapple with its own juice. There are so many selections now for canned fruits (heavy syrup, etc.), but I bet all are yummy in this great recipe!
  5. codewordsmarty
    Absolutely delicious! I'm not fond of coconut flakes, but they really complimented the other ingredients without being overpowering. This has become a favorite of my family and friends.
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