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Favorite Old Fashioned Gingerbread

This is everyone's holiday favorite, even the busy cook's, because it is so easy to make.

Author: Charles

Best Carrot Cake Ever

A moist and flavorful recipe that makes a large quantity of cake. I have been hounded to make this cake time and time again.

Author: Nan

Moist, Tender Spice Cake

This is a substantial yet tender spice cake that's flavorful enough to serve unadorned.

Author: Ben S.

Oatmeal Cake I

A good, moist, oatmeal cake with a broiled coconut topping.

Author: S. Millar

Grandma Snyder's Oatmeal Cake

This is a great cake for any sweet tooth. It is good served hot too.

Author: Pam Haycraft

Easy Raisin Cake

A not too sweet cake packed with raisins. Perfect with coffee or tea and a wonderful departure from the typically sweet holiday goodies.

Author: Nancy W. Markey

Fresh Pear Cake

This is the recipe that I like to use with the fresh pears that I get from my trees in late August. It's also lower in fat and cholesterol than most regular cakes.

Author: Barbara

Sugar Free Cake

Really good with the added plus of being sugar free.

Author: POLACKLADY

Molasses Cake

Serve warm with ice cream, frosted with cream cheese, or all by its lonesome. This cake is always a treat.

Author: Robin

Apple Butter Spice Cake

This is a very good and moist cake recipe I received from my grandmother years ago. It makes a nice addition to any dinner table.

Author: Shirley

Gingerbread I

Gingerbread is an old-fashioned, warm, and spicy treat you can make easily at home with this recipe.

Author: Kathleen Dickerson

Buttery Cinnamon Cake

This cake is the best cinnamon cake I have ever made. Every time I serve it, the compliments never end. Serve it warm, about 45 minutes out of the oven, for an even greater pleasure.

Author: Leta Harris

Pear Preserves Cake

Three spiced layers with pecans and pear preserves, and decorated with caramel frosting.

Author: NELL 2

Guava Cake

This is a unique old-fashioned recipe using guava pulp and guava nectar to make a spice cake.

Author: Judy

Orange Marmalade Cake

A spicy fragrant Bundt cake with a hint of orange. This is delicious served with a hot cup of tea. When other types of jam are added in place of the marmalade, it's then called a jam cake.

Author: Denise Fox

Tomato Soup Cake I

I know, I know - tomato soup is an odd ingredient for a cake. But try it! Sort of spicy and sooo yummy. People will NEVER guess what the main ingredient is.

Author: Debbie Budd

War Cake

War Cake uses ingredients that were available to the average household during World War II. Great served with whipped topping!

Author: Stephanie

Sweet Potato Cake

A spicy layer cake. Good with buttercream frosting.

Author: Julie

Green Tomato Cake

This is a moist, spice-type cake...a good way to use some of those extra green tomatoes before frost hits. Sprinkle the finished cake with confectioners' sugar or frost with your favorite caramel or cream...

Author: Glenda

Eggless Milkless Butterless Cake

This is a spice type cake. It is from the depression era or war time rationing.

Author: Kathy Thurston

Caramel Spice Cake

Nice, old-fashioned cake. The recipe was given to me by my favorite aunt.

Author: GINGER P

Cinnabon® Cupcakes

Who doesn't love cinnamon rolls? Who doesn't love cupcakes? Well, that's what I thought.

Author: kphanie

Carrot Cake XI

Everyone tells me this is the best carrot cake ever! Frost with your favorite Cream Cheese Frosting.

Author: Michele

Raisin Cake

This eggless loaf is very dense and moist. It originated during World War II, when eggs, milk and butter were in short supply.

Author: Terry

Sour Milk Spice Cake

This is a cake my Mother made in the 30's and 40's. Note: To make sour milk combine l cup milk and l tablespoon vinegar. Let sit for l5 minutes.

Author: Erma Germino

Poor Man's Cake I

In about 1968, we moved next door to a family with seven little boys. Their mother gave me this recipe. It is really delicious. You can frost it, or just eat it like it is.

Author: Betty

Fourteen Carat Cake

This carrot cake is worth its weight in gold! It always gets compliments!

Author: Stacy

Holiday Gumdrop Cake

The gumdrop cake has been a holiday tradition in our family for almost 4 generations. The recipe has been adapted and changed over the years; this one is my favorite.

Author: twobears

Fabulous Oatmeal Bran Cake

Incredibly moist cake is also great for muffins. Very light-it will disappear very quickly.

Author: Carol Farrington

Georgia's Tennessee Jam Cake

This rich holiday dessert was invented by my grandmother and is a tradition in our house over Christmas. These ingredients were originally the authentic thing -- homemade jam, buttermilk out of the churn,...

Author: Amy

Grandma's Wonderful Picnic Cake

Grandma was about the best baker I've ever known. This is the cake she brought to every picnic or family reunion. It can't be beat.

Author: Cheryl King

Sara Jane's Oatmeal Cake

This is the BEST CAKE I have ever eaten! A moist cake made with oats, and lightly spiced with nutmeg is topped with a broiled coconut icing. Not too sweet, not too dry, just amazing.

Author: AMI13

Eggless, Milkless, Butterless Cake II

This cake is for those of you who have allergies. When my kids were small they developed an allergy against all dairy products, and then gradually outgrew them.

Author: Carol

Blackberry Jam Cake I

Blackberry jam is folded into the batter of this bundt cake. After baking the cake is given a confectioners' sugar glaze.

Author: Barbara

Nutmeg Cake

This is not that common of a cake, but it sure is good.

Author: Carol

Depression Cake I

This was my mother's, it has sugar, but no eggs, no butter and no milk. It's from the Depression-era.

Author: Lynn-Pgh

Chocolate Spice Cake

This recipe for a chocolate version of spice cake is very moist and features prominent clove and cinnamon flavors.

Author: Maura

Breakfast Prune Spice Cake

This moist cake was a favorite of mine as a child - probably because it meant I could have cake for breakfast! Moist, spicy and delicious any time of day!

Author: LauraG

Tomato Soup Cake III

This is a moist spice cake with a surprise ingredient!

Author: Geri Knoll

Eggless, Milkless, Butterless Cake III

This cake comes in handy when all you have left in the cupboard is the tin soups just before shopping day. It really was a treat served warm when we came in from the cold. And it was c-o-l-l-l-d-d-d, North...

Author: Bernadette Beaupre

Moist, Tender Spice Cake: Gingerbread Variation

This is a substantial yet tender spice cake that's flavorful enough to serve unadorned. For my gingerbread variation, consider bringing along a jar of lemon curd.

Author: Ben S.

Old Fashioned Cinnamon Nut Cake

This is an old recipe. To serve, break the cake apart with two forks.

Author: MARBALET

Chinese Five Spice Ginger Cake

The exotic Asian flavor will surprise everyone's taste buds. I tried a similar cake when I was living in the US. It is definitely an interesting use of the Chinese five-spice! I make this cake based on...

Author: Jiji. Wanderlust

Eggless, Milkless, Butterless Cake IV

This is a dark cake, moist and spicy with raisins. It is also known as Wartime Cake.

Author: Jan Wood

Maple Ginger Cake

This is a popular recipe along the eastern seaboard where maple syrup runs in March.

Author: Carol

Spanish Bar Cake

A chewy bar cake made with raisins. I remember my Mother making this every week for us six children.

Author: Janice

Spice Bars with Raisins

This recipe was given to me by my aunt. It is very easy to make and stays moist. Great to take to a potluck or picnic because it is so easy and travels well.

Author: jillybeans

Sausage Cake

If you like to mix your breakfast sausage with your pancakes and syrup, you'll want to try this spice cake with sausage and coffee.

Author: LMDINCO

Cranberry Hazelnut Coffee Cake

A moist coffee cake with a fine, cake-like texture and swirls of cinnamon sugar. Excellent for brunches or a snack.

Author: MISSHEPESHU