|Birthday Cakes for Kids|
|by Annie Rigg|
At last, here's a beautiful book full of fuss-free imaginative cakes to make for children of all ages.
21 - 30 of 121 for 9x13 birthday cake
Cut up one small bottle of Maraschino cherries. Cut up 1 cup nuts. Put cherry juice in cup and fill up to 1 cup with milk. Mix and pour into Bundt ...
Mix butter and Crisco; add sugar and 1 egg at a time. Mix flour and baking powder together and add this to mixture. Alternate with milk. Add ...
Put ingredients in ... ingredients in pot. Put in tube pan. Bake 35 minutes at 325 degrees. (If you wish a richer, moist cake, add a couple of soft bananas.)
Bake an angel food cake and let it ... with canned cherry pie filling or lemon pudding. Doesn't sound like much but it always goes over great at a party!
Grate carrots. Pour ... 350°F. Start checking cakes after baking 20 ... in chopped nuts. Store cake in refrigerator, covered with foil or saran wrap.
Grate the orange ... measure 3 cups cake flour. Resift with ... 1/2 hour. Ice with orange butter icing and decorate with strawberry halves. Serve chilled.
Sift sugar in large bowl. Add salt, shortening, vanilla and small amount of water. Beat on high, adding more water as you beat. Continue beating for ...
Mix in order given. Bake at 250 degrees for 4-5 hours. Spread with butter icing.
Heat oven to ... Invert pan until cake is cool. Remove ... or pudding and sweetened fresh fruit or thawed frozen fruit. Ice with sweetened whipped cream.
Preheat oven to ... (9 inch) layer cake pans. Melt 1/3 ... the top layer and on the outer sides of the layer. Or you can use your favorite chocolate icing.
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