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Unread 10-09-2012, 08:23 PM   #1
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Mom, Dad, brother and his family and his in-laws were at the restaurant on Sat. Mom brought b-day cake. This is from my childhood. We call it Crazy Cake. It mixed in the pan you bake it in and has two types of frosting. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1349832168.515757.jpg
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I be calling it, "I want Some!"
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dangit, I am sitting here wanting cake, and you put this up!
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YUMMEE lookin goodness! Looks like a variation of coco-cola/Missippi Mud cake! BOTH YUMMEE!
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I knew someone would ask. I'll have to get I from Mom and post it.
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That looks really tasty!

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Here is the requested recipe for the cake. Mom's scanner wasn't working otherwise I would have posted the card it is on.

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CRAZY CAKE
3 C. FLOUR
2 C. SUGAR
1/2 C. COCOA
1 tsp. SALT
2 tsp BAKING SODA

1 tsp. VANILLA
2 C. WATER
2 TBSP. VINEGAR
3/4 C. OIL

PLACE DRY INGREDIENTS IN 9 X 13 CAKE PAN,MIX WELL WITH FORK OR WHISK.
MIX LIQUIDS TOGETHER AND POUR OVER DRY INGREDIENTS, STIR WELL WITH WHISK TIL SMOOTH.
BAKE 350 30 MINUTES.
COOL COMPLETELY.

FILLING:
2 1/2 TBSP FLOUR
1/4 C. MILK
1/2 C. MARG.
1/2 C. SUGAR.
COOK THE FLOUR AND MILK TO MAKE A THICK PASTE, COOL.
CREAM MARGARINE AND SUGAR TIL FLUFFY.
ADD PASTE AND BEAT UNTIL SMOOTH AND NO LONGER GRAINY.
SPREAD ON COOLED CAKE.

FROSTING:
2 TBSP COCOA
1/4 C. MARG.
1/4 C. MILK
1 C. SUGAR
2 TSP. CORN SYRUP
1 TSP VANILLA
COMBINE INGREDIENTS, START OVER LOW HEAT TO MELT, THEN BOIL FOR 1 MIN.
BEAT UNTIL THICK AND COOL MARBLEIZE WITH FILLING.
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I've always called it wacky cake, My Granny used to make them for us kids on our Birthdays. It's my favorite chocolate cake, Every time I make it It takes me back....
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Looks good. What kind of flour do you use, All-purpose or self-rising?
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Looks good. What kind of flour do you use, All-purpose or self-rising?
A/P flour
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Thanks, kind of figured that since baking soda was being used.
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