“I think it’s a great recipe.
But I don’t think it tastes that good.”
A few days ago, I decided to recreate my favorite recipe for old-fashioned cake.
The first step was to make a homemade frosting.
This was an easy task and one I think I would have made for myself a long time ago.
I used an old-time recipe called “Old-Fashions Cake Filling” from The Old Fashioned Book .
I decided to add the filling in a round cake pan.
The recipe calls for a mixture of white cake flour, milk, and powdered sugar.
A recipe I saw online suggested that you could add an extra teaspoon of sugar if you wanted to get a thicker cake.
But this recipe does a great job of making a thick frosting without adding any extra ingredients.
Instead, it makes for a moist, fluffy, and slightly nutty cake.
This cake is the perfect dessert for when you need a little extra cream to go along with the sugar.
(I love a creamy dessert without a lot of cream.
But don’t get me wrong, this cake does have a hint of creaminess to it.)
I made this cake two weeks ago and the next day I got a nice tip from a reader who had made it.
She had used two of her favorite ingredients: butter and icing sugar.
The icing sugar adds to the flavor and gives this cake a very rich and cakelike flavor.
I have also tried using plain sugar in the past.
“I think the cake is perfect for Valentine’s Day, the birthdays, or just for a quick, easy cake,” the reader said.
My version is easy to make.
You can make this cake for any occasion, and it takes just a few minutes.
If you love making cake and don’t want to spend a lot on it, I would recommend making this cake ahead of time.
You can make your own frosting in advance, but this recipe is so easy, it can be stored in the fridge for up to a week.
For the frosting, you will need: 1 cup of cake flour 1/2 cup of milk 2 teaspoons of sugar 1 cup sugar 1 egg white 1 cup cake flour1 teaspoon baking soda1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 teaspoon baking powder1 teaspoon cinnamon1 teaspoon salt1 cup icing sugar1 cup cream3 tablespoons powdered sugar2 cups of white flour1 cup of icing sugar2 teaspoons of baking soda2 teaspoons vanilla extract1 teaspoon chocolate chips1 teaspoon fresh cinnamon2 tablespoons cream1 cup old-fashioned frosting This recipe is dairy free, but if you prefer, you can use soy milk.
Recipe adapted from The Old-Forman Book, The Old Fashioned Cookbook.
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