Cake balls are just the right size for satisfying that sweet tooth, and these grown-up pina colada cake balls make us want to head to the beach! Rum, coconut and pineapple provide a perfect combination of summertime sweetness in this delicious drink-inspired recipe. Pina Colada Cake Balls Ingredients 1 pineapple cake, cooled 1 batch rum […]
This is sort of a compilation of recipes I’ve seen and tweaked. Its very pineapple-y. You could probably add coconut to it too and it would be good. Ingredients 1 box DH yellow cake mix 1/2 cup pineapple juice frozen concentrate 1/2 cup water 1/4 cup veg oil 1/2 cup crushed pineapples 3 eggs Directions […]
pastry is a term used in India to refer to any cake made with a fresh cream filling or frosting. The most popular ones are the Black Forest and Pineapple pastries. Pastries are usually made with fat-free sponge cakes where all the sponginess comes from the eggs.
I looked high and low for a flexible recipe for stacking and carving. Thanks to Macsmom’s Orange Dreamsicle Cake. I was inspired to play around with some ingredients for this Pineapple Coconut cake. I look forward to your input!
Pineapple Angel Food Cake-dieters delight,For anyone who is on a diet and wants something sweet and makes you feel like your cheating.This cake is for you.SOOOOOOO easy to make
I tried this on a pina colada cake awhile back because I couldn\’t find a cream cheese pineapple recipe, so I threw a couple simple ingredients together and voila! No cooking required. Everyone loved it (or at least they said they did lol) so I used it on another pina colada cake and still got […]
This cake is a spring/summer time tradition in our family. It is absolute heaven even if you’re not a big pineapple fan. Enjoy y’all!
I came up with this recipe with the help from jaimee679 and her Pina colada cake 4. I made this for a tropical weddig theme. All flavorings are from Loraan flavorings and oils.
This recipe came from the cookbook my cousin put together after my Grandmother passed away in 2005. The book is a collection of our favorite recipes that Grandmother used to make. It is a wonderful way to keep Grandmother’s memory alive. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
This makes a one layer 9x13x2 cake but I suppose you could use a different pan if you like. Also, it calls for butter to coat the bottom but I still spray the bottom and sides with baker’s joy just in case.