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Parve Peach Cake

Parve Peach Cake created by grosmick

Posted for the Zaar World Tour-Jewish. This recipe was taken off of a Jewish recipe website. I haven't made this recipe, but it sounds like it would be quick, easy and delicious. Parve is a Jewish term for all foods which do not fall into the meat or dairy category. They can be freely consumed with either meat or dairy.

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  • Preheat oven to 375ºF. Grease and lightly flour a 13" x 9" pan.
  • In a large bowl, mix all ingredients together, by hand until thoroughly mixed.
  • Pour into the prepared pan. Bake at 375ºF for 50 minutes or until a wooden pick inserted in middle comes out clean.
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"Posted for the Zaar World Tour-Jewish. This recipe was taken off of a Jewish recipe website. I haven't made this recipe, but it sounds like it would be quick, easy and delicious. Parve is a Jewish term for all foods which do not fall into the meat or dairy category. They can be freely consumed with either meat or dairy."
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  1. grosmick
    Parve Peach Cake Created by grosmick
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  2. 930856
    I get more compliments on this cake every time I make it. Two things I changed. One, the baking temp I took down to 350. Two, I reduce the amount of oil to 3/4 cup when using canned peaches.
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  3. PaulaG
    Parve Peach Cake Created by PaulaG
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  4. PaulaG
    This is a quick recipe to put together and goes very well with ice cream or frozen yogurt. I made it a little more diabetic friedly by using 1/2 Splenda for part of the sugar. I did use fresh peaches and not having walnuts, I used chopped pecans.
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  5. Bayhill
    Posted for the Zaar World Tour-Jewish. This recipe was taken off of a Jewish recipe website. I haven't made this recipe, but it sounds like it would be quick, easy and delicious. Parve is a Jewish term for all foods which do not fall into the meat or dairy category. They can be freely consumed with either meat or dairy.
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