|First Food Made Fun|
|by Miriam Stoppard|
Preparing nutritious, varied and appealing dishes that satisfy every member of the family is a daunting task.
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Cream butter and ... Mix well. Add almond filling. Mix well ... greased tube pan. Bake at 350°F for 50 minutes, or until tested done. Cool and spoon on glaze.
Cream butter and ... beating thoroughly. Add almond filling, mix in ... 60 minutes. Cool cake in the pan. ... tablespoons cream, 1/4 teaspoon almond flavoring.
Cut shortening into flour as for pie crust, not too fine. Crumble yeast into lukewarm milk, let stand 5 minutes. Add eggs, sugar, salt and blend ...
Grease and flour ... powdered sugar over cooled cake. Store in tightly sealed container. Cake will keep a week. Can be served as a coffee cake or dessert.
Optional: 1/4 cup ... on edges of cake after removing from ... add milk. Add Solo almond filling, mix well. ... pan and drizzle the glaze over top of cake.
Preheat oven to ... pan or glass cake pan. In mixer ... pan. If using Solo filling, make shallow ... paper. Garnish with almonds, if desired. ... slices, it's very rich!
In large mixer ... the can of almond pastry filling and 1 cup of cake batter together. Grease ... 325 degrees. May be topped with a plain glaze if desired.
Grease 3 (13 x 9 inch) pans. Break up almond filling in large ... brown around edges. Cakes are 1/4 inch ... minutes. Trim edges off cake. Cut in squares.
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