16 evenings cake Recipes

  • Gluten and Dairy Free Basic Cake Mix
    gluten-free flour, sugar, egg and
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    gluten-free flour, sugar, egg, oil (i usually use olive, but peanut, sunflower etc is all ok, each will add a slightly different flavour), milk (i use lactose free or even better, soy ), drops vanilla
    40 min, 6 ingredients
  • Kakeladi's Original Wasc (White Almond Sour Cream) Cake
    betty crocker white cake mix, all-purpose flour and
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    betty crocker white cake mix, all-purpose flour, granulated sugar, whole eggs (even for white cakes), water, sour cream, almond emulsion (stronger than flavoring)
    50 min, 7 ingredients
  • Southern Praline Cake With Southern Praline Icing
    butter or margarine, softened, granulated sugar and
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    butter or margarine, softened, granulated sugar, light brown sugar , firmly packed, eggs, all-purpose flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, milk, vanilla extract, grease and flour three nine-inch round cake pans and preheat oven to 350of. cream the butter or margarine with both granulated sugar and light brown sugar until very light and fluffy, then add the eggs, 1 at a time, beating well after each addition. sift the flour with the baking powder, baking soda and salt and add to the batter alternately with the milk, beginning and ending with the dry mixture. stir in the vanilla extract. divide batter evenly among the prepared pans and bake in the center of the preheated oven for twenty-five to thirty minutes or until a wooden pick inserted in the center of the layers comes out clean. cool layers in their pans over a rack for ten minutes, then loosen and turn out layers directly onto racks for cooling. cool layers thoroughly before icing (recipe follows). recipe yields a nine-inch, three-layer cake.
    30 min, 11 ingredients
  • Chocolate Gooey Butter Cake
    test kitchen discoveries and
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    test kitchen discoveries, taking inspiration from rich yeasted doughs like brioche and danish, we doubled the amount of eggs., pack in even more chocolate flavor , we swap three tbsp of flour with an equal amount of dutch-processed cocoa powder., get the right velvety , custard-like consistency for the topping, we beat in some cream cheese with the butter and sugar. chocolate pudding mix also adds flavor and produces a creamy, gooey-yet-sliceable texture.
    30 min, 6 ingredients
  • Pistachio Mexican Wedding Cakes
    unsalted butter, at room temperature, powdered sugar and
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    unsalted butter, at room temperature, powdered sugar, shelled, unsalted roasted pistachios, minced, freshly grated orange zest, kosher salt, vanilla extract, almond extract, all-purpose flour, mincing the pistachios by hand can be an arduous task. an easier way to get small, even pieces is to pulse the nuts in a food processor; just be careful not to pulse them into a paste.
    50 min, 9 ingredients
  • Baking Flexibility
    everywhere you look , there is a lot of emphasis on cutti... and
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    everywhere you look , there is a lot of emphasis on cutting the fat out of our daily diets, but who wants to cut out the fat if it means cutting out the flavor when it comes to baking, there is a way to cut down on your fat intake without changing the ingredients in your favorite recipes. if you switch to nonstick silicone bakeware, you can cut down on your fat intake with minimal effort. because the bakeware is nonstick, you never have to use butter, shortening, or grease on your pans or sheets to ensure easy food removal., first silicone items made exclusively for baking were small silicone mats that fit nicely on your cookie sheet and allowed you to bake cookies with out greasing the cookie sheet or worrying about the bottoms getting burned. these little mats were a huge success and stores were hard pressed to keep them in stock., as the popularity of these mats grew , manufacturers decide to explore the idea of making more bakeware from silicone. they began making spoons, spatulas, and whisks that could withstand high heats and could be used with nonstick cookware with no fear of ruining the coating. silicone utensils were the perfect choice for candy making or any other project that required a boiling and sticky liquid to be stirred., kitchen supply manufacturers also introduced silicone potholders and oven gloves. because they can withstand heats up to 500 degrees, they are the perfect insurance that you won tsp get burned when you pull a hot dish from your oven. they don tsp conduct heat the way that a cloth potholder does and they are much sturdier and easy to keep clean than traditional potholders. home canners fell in love with silicone baker s mitts because they could actually reach into a pot of boiling water to remove a hot jar of food once it was done processing. as an added bonus these durable potholders do double duty as lid grippers making opening jars a snap., once silicone hit kitchens in the form of baking mats , utensils, and pot holders, kitchen experts began to see the potential of this material in everyday baking. suddenly almost any type of bakeware that could traditionally be found in stainless steel, aluminum, glass, or stoneware was being offered in brightly colored silicone. stores began selling muffin tins, bread loaf pans, cake pans, and pie pans. the most popular pieces tend to be the specialty designed cake pans that allow you to make cakes shaped like everything from roses to pumpkins. they even have mini cake pans that make individual, fancy shaped cakes., popularity of silicone bakeware skyrocketed as cooks began to see the benefits of using this material in their kitchens. foods pop out of silicone pans with amazing ease. you never need to grease, flour, or even use cooking spray on a silicone pan and that adds up to lots of calories and fat grams saved with each meal. because silicone is very flexible, it is easy to bend and twist it so that cakes and breads pop out easily. you never have to force baked goods out of the pan, so they retain there shape and you don tsp see a lot of split and broken cakes., silicone is a bakers dream when it comes to making evenly cooked delicacies. the material distributes heat evenly, so you never end up with a cake that is burned around the edges and still not cooked in the middle. it also cools down quickly ensuring that your foods will not continue cooking and possibly drying out once you remove them from the oven., because silicone is nonstick , cleanup is a breeze. a little soap and water and any crumb left on your bakeware disappears. it is nonporous, so it never retains any odors from the foods you cook. completely versatile it goes from oven to table to freezer and can even be thrown in the dishwasher. once you are done cleaning it, storage is a snap. with its flexibility, you can twist it, bend it, fold it or mash it up so it can fit in the smallest of drawers or cupboards., if you haven tsp tried silicone bakeware , add a piece or two to your kitchen. you will be surprised at its quality and flexibility.
    9 ingredients
  • Blueberry Coffee Cake-You Won't Even Know That It's Healthy!
    whole wheat pastry flour (sifted), brown sugar and
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    whole wheat pastry flour (sifted), brown sugar, baking powder, baking soda, salt, egg whites, fat free sour cream, vanilla, blueberries, lemon zest, brown sugar, low-fat margarine (smart balance spread), flour
    40 min, 13 ingredients
  • Crisp Evenings Blackberry Cake Crisp Evenings Blackberry Cake
    cake, milk, vinegar, white sugar, butter, softened, eggs and
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    cake, milk, vinegar, white sugar, butter, softened, eggs, baking soda, ground cardamom, ground nutmeg, all-purpose flour, mashed blackberries, icing, sugar, butter, softened, mashed blackberries, milk, shredded coconut, chopped pecans
    55 min, 19 ingredients
  • Weight Watchers Maple Frosted Carrot Cake Weight Watchers Maple Frosted Carrot Cake
    cake flour, baking powder, cinnamon, baking soda, salt and
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    cake flour, baking powder, cinnamon, baking soda, salt, granulated sugar or splenda (using splenda reduced the calories even more!), egg, egg white, canola oil, crushed pineapple, drained , 1/4 cup of the liquid reserved, carrots, shredded, raisins, light cream cheese, sugar, maple syrup
    25 min, 15 ingredients
  • Vintage Cake Icing Recipes 1889 - 1929 Vintage Cake Icing Recipes 1889 - 1929
    these vintage cake icing recipes are taken from mom s old... and
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    these vintage cake icing recipes are taken from mom s old recipe scrapbooks , circa 1929. mom often used these easy cake frosting recipes to decorate cakes for birthdays and everyday use., seven minute icing recipe, egg white , 3/4 cups white sugar, 1 tbsp corn syrup, 1/4 tsp cream of tartar, 3 tbsp water, 1/2 tsp vanilla. combine all ingredients, except flavoring, in top of double boiler and beat; place over rapidly boiling water and beat 7 minutes or until frosting is fluffy and will hold shape; remove from stove, add flavor and beat 1 minute longer; spread immediately., easy vanilla icing recipe, butter , 1-1/2 cups icing sugar, 1-1/2 tbsp milk, 1/2 tsp vanilla; beat., vanilla butter cream icing recipe, butter , 1/2 tsp salt, 2 tsp vanilla, 3 cups icing sugar, 1/4 cup milk. combine all ingredients and mix., butterscotch icing recipe, in a saucepan combine 3 tbsp butter , 3 tbsp milk, 1/2 cup dark brown sugar. heat till dissolved, beat in 1-2/3 cups icing sugar and 1/2 tsp vanilla; beat till creamy., icing recipes, these old-fashioned , homemade icing recipes are taken from the white house cook book by hugo ziemann, steward of the white house, and mrs. f. litre. gillette, a celebrated 19th-century cookbook author, published by the saalfield publishing company, new york, in 1913., cake frosting tips, in the first place , the eggs should be cold, and the platter on which they are to be beaten also cold. allow, for the white of 1 egg, 1 small teacupful of powdered sugar. break the eggs and throw a small handful of the sugar on them as soon as you begin beating; keep adding it at intervals until it is all used up. the eggs must not be beaten until the sugar has been added in this way, which gives a smooth, tender frosting, and 1 that will dry much sooner than the old way., spread with a broad knife evenly over the cake, and if it seems too thin, beat in a little more sugar. cover the cake with two coats, the second after the first has become dry, or nearly so. if the icing gets too dry or stiff before the last coat is needed, it can be thinned sufficiently with a little water, enough to make it work smoothly., a little lemon juice , or half a teaspoonful of tartaric acid, added to the frosting while being beaten, makes it white and more frothy., flavors mostly used are lemon , vanilla, almond, rose, chocolate, and orange., if you wish to ornament with figures or flowers, make up rather more icing, keep about 1-third out until that on the cake is dried; then, with a clean glass syringe, apply it in such forms as you desire and dry as before; what you keep out to ornament with may be tinted pink with cochineal , blue with indigo, yellow with saffron or the grated rind off an orange strained through a cloth, green with spinach juice and brown with chocolate, purple with cochineal and indigo. strawberry, or currant and cranberry juices color a delicate pink., cake in a cool oven with the door open to dry, or in a draught in an open window., almond frosting (marzipan icing recipe), whites of three eggs, beaten up with three cups of fine, white sugar. blanch a lb of sweet almonds, lb them in a mortar with a little sugar, until a fine paste, then add the whites of eggs, sugar and vanilla extract. lb a few minutes to thoroughly mix. cover the cake with a very thick coating of this, set in a cool oven to dry, afterwards cover with a plain icing., chocolate frosting, whites of four eggs , three cups of powdered sugar and nearly a cup of grated chocolate. beat the whites a very little, they must not become white, stir in the chocolate, then put in the sugar gradually, beating to mix it well., plain chocolate icing, put into a shallow pan four tablespoonfuls of scraped chocolate , and place it where it will melt gradually, but not scorch; when melted, stir in three tablespoonfuls of milk or cream and 1 of water; mix all well together, and add 1 scant teacupful of sugar; boil about five minutes, and while hot, and when the cakes are nearly cold, spread some evenly over the surface of 1 of the cakes; put a second 1 on top, alternating the mixture and cakes; then cover top and sides, and set in a warm oven to harden., all who have tried recipe after recipe , vainly hoping to find 1 where the chocolate sticks to the cake and not to the fingers, will appreciate the above. in making those most palatable of cakes, chocolate eclairs, the recipe just given will be found very satisfactory., tutti frutti icing, mix with boiled icing 1 oz each of chopped citron , candied cherries, seedless raisins, candied pineapple, and blanched almonds., sugar icing, extra-refined sugar add 1 oz of fine white starch ; lb finely together and then sift them through gauze; then beat the whites of three eggs to a froth. the secret of success is to beat the eggs long enough, and always 1 way; add the powdered sugar by degrees, or it will spoil the froth of the eggs. when all the sugar is stirred in continue the whipping for half an hour longer, adding more sugar if the ice is too thin., take a little of the icing and lay it aside for ornamenting afterward. when the cake comes out of the oven, spread the sugar icing smoothly over it with a knife and dry it at once in a cool oven., ornament the cake with it, make a cone of stiff writing paper and squeeze the colored icing through it, so as to form leaves, beading or letters, as the case may be. it requires nicety and care to do it with success.
    15 min, 32 ingredients
  • Rose Garden Wedding Cake Rose Garden Wedding Cake
    recipes old-fashioned butter cake, apricot glaze and
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    recipes old-fashioned butter cake, apricot glaze, recipes almond buttercream frosting, crystallized roses and leaves, preparation, prepare and bake 1 recipe old-fashioned butter cake, and repeat the procedure with remaining butter cake recipe., cut dome tops off each cake layer using a serrated knife ., cover 1 (12-inch), 1 (9-inch), and 1 (6-inch) sturdy cardboard cake circle with aluminum foil; set aside., cook apricot glaze in a small saucepan over low heat , stirring constantly, until thoroughly heated. spread about 1/2 cup glaze over top of each 12-inch layer, about 1/3 cup glaze over top of each 9-inch layer, and remaining glaze evenly over top of each 6-inch layer., prepare 1 recipe almond buttercream frosting , and repeat the procedure with remaining recipe., spread a small amount of frosting over 12-inch cardboard circle; top with 1 (12-inch) cake layer, glazed side up. spread a 1/4-inch-thick layer of frosting over glaze, and top with remaining 12-inch cake layer., trim 4 wooden craft sticks to height of 12-inch cake tier; insert vertically into tier, evenly spaced and flush with top of tier, about 3 inches from sides., spread top and sides with frosting , smoothing with a wet metal spatula., spread a small amount of frosting in center of a cake plate ; carefully place 12-inch tier in center., assemble and frost 2 (9-inch) layers on cardboard circle as previously described; and frost 2 (6-inch) layers on cardboard circle as described, omitting craft sticks., mound 2 cups frosting on top of 6-inch tier to support flowers., position 9-inch tier in center of 12-inch tier , and position 6-inch tier in center of 9-inch tier., fit a large decorating bag with a large metal tip (no. 4 or 1b); fill bag with frosting, and pipe a border around bottom of each tier., insert stems of crystallized roses and leaves into top and sides of cake as desired. carefully spoon small amounts of frosting beneath or behind flowers and leaves for support, as needed., southern living , march 1997, old-fashioned butter cake, layer , 1 (9-inch) , and 1 (6-inch), butter, softened, sugar, eggs, separated, cake flour, baking powder, salt, milk, almond extract, vanilla extract, apricot glaze, apricot preserves, almond liqueur, almond buttercream frosting, butter, softened, powdered sugar , sifted, salt, almond liqueur, vanilla extract, milk, crystallized roses and leaves, roses and 48 leaves, meringue powder, powdered sugar , sifted, water, roses, superfine sugar, rose , violet, or pansy leaves
    2 hour , 52 ingredients
  • Sue's Famous Jewish Apple Cake Sue's Famous Jewish Apple Cake
    apples (or even 6), cinnamon, sugar, flour, sugar, oil and
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    apples (or even 6), cinnamon, sugar, flour, sugar, oil, eggs, orange juice, baking powder, vanilla, salt
    21 min, 11 ingredients
  • Lime Roll Lime Roll
    lime roll and
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    lime roll, not only is this easy to make but it is soooooo good, flour, baking powder, eggs, sugar, pack jello lemon pie filling, lime juice, grated lime rind, prepared dream whip topping, filling: cake: green food coloring, lime slices, optional for garnish cake: grease a 15x10 jelly roll pan, line with waxed paper; grease and flour paper. sift flour with baking powder. beat eggs until foamy at high speed of electric mixer. gradually add sugar; continue beating until mixture becomes thick and light in color about 5 minutes. carefully fold in flour mixture. pour cake batter into prepared pan. bake at 400 f for 12-15 minutes, or until cake springs back when lightly touched. immediately turn cake onto cloth which has been sprinkled lightly with icing sugar. quickly remove waxed paper. starting with narrow end, roll cake in cloth and cool for 1 hour., filling and frosting: prepare lemon pie filling as directed on package, using 1 whole egg, 1 cup sugar and reducing water to 1-1/2 cups. add lime juice and rind. add enough food coloring to tint light green. chill 1 hour. set aside 1/2 cup of pie filling. unroll cake. spread remaining pie filling evenly over cake; re-roll. fold reserved pie filling into prepared dessert topping; and use this to frost the roll. chill. garnish with lime slices. store left-over cake in refrigerator., also good with lemon juice and rind in place of lime
    13 ingredients
  • Ww 4 Point Baked Ice Cream Weight Watchers Ww 4 Point Baked Ice Cream Weight Watchers
    angel food cake (even in thickness 1 oz per serving) and
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    angel food cake (even in thickness 1 oz per serving), peach jam, light vanilla ice cream (1/2 scoop per serving), extra large egg whites, superfine sugar
    15 min, 5 ingredients

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