Serve warm with ice cream, frosted with cream cheese, or all by its lonesome. This cake is always a treat.
This moist chocolate cake from my grandma is glazed with lemon icing in an unusually great combination.
Mayonnaise makes this cake nice and moist.
This cake comes in handy when all you have left in the cupboard is the tin soups just before shopping day. It really was a treat served warm when we came in from the cold. And it was c-o-l-l-l-d-d-d, North of 53′. Sprinkle brown sugar or dust confectioner’s sugar over the top.
This cake is for those of you who have allergies. When my kids were small they developed an allergy against all dairy products, and then gradually outgrew them.
This is a spice type cake. It is from the depression era or war time rationing.
This is a moist and tender cake with plenty of orange flavor.
This was my mother’s, it has sugar, but no eggs, no butter and no milk It’s from the depression era.
A light spongy cake with the taste and aroma of coconut.
My mom made this cake while living in the Depression. It is so good, I hope this fills your needs and your memories.
This is an old favorite from my recipe box that I have had for 25 years that ‘s non-dairy and egg free!
This was one of my Grandma’s favorite holiday cakes. It brings a look of surprise to peoples eyes when you just mention the name. Candied fruit may be substituted for Raisins and Walnuts