War Cake uses ingredients that were available to the average household during World War II. Great served with whipped topping!
This is a low sugar version of this Wacky Cake.
This recipe dates from World War II when sugar was in short supply and very precious.
I don’t remember when I got this recipe, but it has been a favorite for years. It’s quick, easy and makes a moist cake that keeps well.
A chewy bar cake made with raisins. I remember my Mother making this every week for us six children.
This tastes wonderful just as it is without any decoration but you may wish to arrange halved strawberries or other fruits around the rim and sprinkle chopped nuts in the center.
This was my Grandmother’s recipe. It was the first cake I ever baked and now my daughter and her cousin’s (ages 4, 5 and 9) make it. Its easy and soooooooo delicious!!
A quick chocolate cake also known as Wacky Cake. It has no eggs or milk, and is mixed in the same pan it’s baked in.
This cake can be made in loaf pans or in 16 ounce cans.
This recipe if from the l930′s. My Grandmother gave it to my Mother and she gave it to me. Now I am a grandmother and passed it down to my kids. It’s really good. You don’t have to dirty your mixer for this one, just a big bowl.
This is a fine cake with the wonderful essence of fresh oranges. Perfect for any occasion.
This is not OATMEAL, but oat BRAN muffins. I have made these for about five years now, and I really love them. They are great made with cinnamon or cranberry applesauce, as well as plain applesauce. My daughter loves them and I hope you will enjoy them, too!