Butternut Cake

Katherine Short Recipe

By Katherine Short marydidyouknow

I was given this recipe by my husbands mother. when making this cake do not use any other flavoring that says Butter and nut. Use only the type that is pictured with the cake. It is a flavoring from Superior and believe me I have tried the one by homeland and it does not come close to the taste and it turns the cake pink instead of the beautiful yellow you see. You can order this brand it is called Superior Imitation Vanilla Butter and nut. hope you enjoy the cake.


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Ingredients

1 box
duncan hines butter recipe cake mix
2 Tbsp
superior imitation vanilla butter and nut flavoring
3 large
eggs
2/3 c
milk
1 stick
butter
FROSTING FOR BUTTERNUT CAKE
1 box
8oz cream cheese
1 stick
butter
1 box
confectioners sugar
2 Tbsp
superior vanilla butter and nut flavoring
1 1/2 c
chopped pecans

Directions

1
Make Cake like the directions on box except add the milk instead of water and add the butternut flavoring. Pour into prepared pans and bake in a preheated oven at 375 degrees and bake for 28 min. test of doneness by inserting toothpick and see if it comes out clean. Remove and let cool competely.
2
Frosting : Mix butter and cream cheese until creamy, add confectioners sugar, Flavoring, and mix completly then add nuts. You can mix every thing even nuts with the mixer. frost cake and enjoy.
  • Comments

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    Linda White panfry - Jan 25, 2012
    I haven't seen a recipe like this one I'll try it soon.
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    Bryson Hatfield BestBaker90 - Jan 25, 2012
    Can you bake this cake in a tube pan? And how many layers does it make?
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    Katherine Short marydidyouknow - Jan 25, 2012
    to Linda white I hope you will enjoy this recipe but make sure to use the Superior Vanilla butter andnut flavoring. I know you can find the flavoring on line and if there is a Piggly wiggly grocery chain sells the flavoring.
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    Katherine Short marydidyouknow - Jan 25, 2012
    There is a recipe for a tube butter nut cake on the bottle. But if made this way it makes a 2 layer cake. My mother in law had those small cake pans and some times she would make 4 thin layers and it was awesome with all that frosting.
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    Katherine Short marydidyouknow - Jan 25, 2012
    I just got back from church and I took this cake for our Wed. night meal there wasn't one piece of this cake left. I had a man come to me and ask if he could scrape the crumbs and frosting off the cake plate. He said he had never eatin a cake like it before.