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Judi Uvick judiu
May 10, 2011
Kitchen Crew, did you use crushed pineapple?
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Susan J Swanson sjskukana
May 10, 2011
I use crushed pineapple in it's own juice. Enjoy!
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Connie Roche poco1949
Jun 14, 2011
what is the black pieces in the cake-- it looks like raisens but, I did not see it in recipe
Connie Roche poco1949
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Susan J Swanson sjskukana
Jun 14, 2011
They are the nuts, although youcan add any dried fruits with it if you like. The original recipe is as listed and is very rich without anything else. Hope you enjoy it!
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patijo wood patijowood
Aug 12, 2011
i wish I had a piece right now...it looks so yummy!!
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Carrie Stewart cookincarrie
Aug 12, 2011
it looks very moist, i am going to make this one church potluck
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Jeannine Washington jwh
Aug 18, 2011
Hi i tried this recipe and changed it up just a bit by adding a little coconut to the mix then sprinkling some on the top before cooking it, then when it was cool i spread coolwhip on top and maraschino cherries on top, great summer desert. thanks for the recipe
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Susan J Swanson sjskukana
Aug 19, 2011
@jeannine. Sounds delicious! Some other members have added coconut also. I really like your idea of Cool Whip on top as the cream cheese frosting is really rich and I often like something a bit lighter.
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sharon horton bestrealtor
Sep 7, 2011
Any way to print this recipe??
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Linda Morella lamore1022
Sep 16, 2011
Just hook up computer to printer- or if you have a wireless one (which I have & was SO WORTH $110),just hit "print" & it will come out without even getting up.
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Connie Treonze conger1
Nov 26, 2011
sounds delish, but no oil or butter?
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lisa ashby mozarto
Feb 1, 2012
can you use other canned fruit if you dont like pineappe?
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Eileen Negron EileenNegron
Jul 12, 2012
So you add the juice of the canned pineapple?
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Susan J Swanson sjskukana
Jul 12, 2012
Yes. You use the juice.
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Sandra Wright sandrajohns7
Jun 12, 2014
This is truly one of the best cakes I have ever eaten. At times I do add toasted coconut to the recipe.....adds to the cake but is simply delicious without the addition. Moist and yummy! And so easy!!!