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Pork & Bean Cake

Like nothing I have ever heard of before. It's like a spice type of cake.

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  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Sift together flour, baking soda, cinnamon, apple pie spice,salt and baking powder.
  • Add eggs and oil.
  • Blend until smooth.
  • Blend pork and beans with mixer until smooth.
  • Add crushed pineapple and pork and beans to batter and blend.
  • Pour into greased Bundt pan.
  • Bake for 40 to 45 minutes.
  • Cool and frost with cream cheese frosting.
  • Frosting: Blend butter, cream cheese, sugar and vanilla until smooth.
  • Spread on cooled cake and sprinkle with pecans.
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"Like nothing I have ever heard of before. It's like a spice type of cake."
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  1. NanaD
    Served this at tonite's card party and received raves. Passed out the recipe and one said this is now her favorite cake of all time. I followed the recipe exactly except for the frosting. I cheated and used a can of cream cheese frosting that I wanted to use up and used walnuts instead of pecans as that was all I had. Also had to bake it for about 50 min. This cake is incredibly moist, not too sweet, and very good. Thanks kuntryqtpi for posting this.
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  2. NanaD
    Served this at tonite's card party and received raves. Passed out the recipe and one said this is now her favorite cake of all time. I followed the recipe exactly except for the frosting. I cheated and used a can of cream cheese frosting that I wanted to use up and used walnuts instead of pecans as that was all I had. Also had to bake it for about 50 min. This cake is incredibly moist, not too sweet, and very good. Thanks kuntryqtpi for posting this.
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  3. Kim48361
    I haven't made this cake yet but plan to very soon. I had it at a work potluck and it is delicious! I would have never tried it if I had known what the secret ingredient was. After I heard what was in it, I knew I could find it here on the "zaar". Thanks for posting it!
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  4. ChrisF
    I just had to try this. It turned out moist,(I forgot to drain the beans) but no harm was done. Not overly spicy, this cake is a good conversation opener take it to a potluck and have everyone guess the secret ingredient.
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  5. eileenkay
    Yummmmy! This is a great fun cake to share with friends/family. I recently found this same recipe in our local paper and in a short time have made 3 bundt cakes. Don't tell anyone what's in the cake. Watch their mouth drop. They will usually say "No Way". Very moist and easy to make. I call it Tooty Fruity Cake. Enjoy!
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