Makes enough icing to cover tops and sides of three 9-inch layers.
Bake This Cake! | Vintage cake recipes for the modern table
This chocolate frosting may be kept in the refrigerator until needed for other vintage cake recipes. It can then be spread on cake layers that are nearly cold. This will soften the frosting so that it will spread easily. This three-layer cake is a wonderful vintage cake for a special young lady's birthday party or an anniversary. To make this vintage cake recipe, sift flour three times with baking powder. Cream shortening, add sugar gradually.
Add the dry ingredients alternately with the milk and flavoring. Fold in the stiffly beaten egg whites. Put layers together with white icing between. Ice top and sides of cake and decorate with small pink candles. Bake like jelly cake, and put custard or jelly between. Heister of Denver, Col. Sugar, 1 cup; butter the size of an egg; 1 egg; stir to a cream; add sweet milk, 1 cup; flour, 2 cups; cream of tartar, 2 teaspoonfuls; soda, 1 teaspoonful. Cream the sugar and butter, and add one-half the milk, in which the vanilla has been put; then one-half the flour, then the beaten eggs; then the other half of the flour into which the cream of tartar has been mixed by sifting together; lastly the other half of the milk in which the soda has been dissolved.
Make in small cakes and bake quickly.
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Remarks : — Jumbles are always to be sprinkled with sugar, or rolled in sugar. For me, the more sugar the better is the jumble. Granulated sugar, 3 cups; butter, 1 cup; 5 eggs; sweet milk, 1 cup; flour, 3 cups; cream of tartar, 2 teaspoonfuls; baking soda, 1 teaspoonful; salt, 1 pinch. Beat the butter, sugar, and yolks of the eggs to a cream; mix soda in the milk and the cream of tartar in the flour; add the whites just before the flour. Bake in jelly cake tins, browning a little. In Place of Jelly: Take the whites of 2 eggs, a little water, and the proper amount of powdered sugar to make thick for icing, beat together and with a knife spread over the top of each cake.
Grate a fresh coconut and mix it with more sugar, and sprinkle it over the cakes; then layer them up, finishing the top the same. Submitted by Darlene R. My grandmother got a recipe for Graham Cracker Cake from a newspaper in Minneapolis some 40 to 50 years ago. I never met my grandmother nor did I ever have the cake, but it was my Dad's favorite, and even though she died almost 30 years ago, he still talks about how much he wishes he had that vintage cake recipe. While compiling a cookbook of family recipes I came across one for a Graham Cracker Cake from the mother-in-law of my aunt.
It seems to be lacking directions for putting it together, but I'll give you what I have. That's it — that's all there is to this vintage cake recipe! Hope it turns out okay for you.
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