Valeree Dunbar Recipe

Peach Cake

By Valeree Dunbar Valeree


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Valeree's Story

This cake is so light and so easy to make. Great for those with a big sweet tooth. enjoy!

Ingredients

1 large
can sliced peaches drained and mashed or you can use fresh peaches
2 c
flour
2 c
sugar
2 tsp
baking soda
ICING
3/4
regular size can of evaporated milk
3/4 c
sugar
1 stick
butter or margarine
1 c
heaping of coconut
1 c
nuts (any kind)

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Drain the peaches or use fresh peaches. I use my hands to mash them. Add flour, sugar and baking soda and mix well. TIP: Save some of the juice from the peaches and to get a smoother batter, add a little bit of juice at a time until you get the right mixture.
2
Spray a 9x13 inch cake pan. Pour in batter. Bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes.
3
For the icing:
boil every ingredient in pan until thickened. Remove from heat. Stir in nuts and spread on cooled cake.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cakes
Main Ingredient: Flour
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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20 Comments

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Valeree Dunbar Valeree
Jul 7, 2014
oh yes by all means refrigerate. glad you liked it. thanks.
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Rose Pelak rpelak
Jul 6, 2014
Just made it!! Very tasty!
It IS really sweet and rich... A little piece was just right :-)
By the way... Refrigerate this cake?
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Rose Pelak rpelak
Jul 6, 2014
Just made it!! Very tasty!
It IS really sweet and rich... A little piece was just right :-)
By the way... Refrigerate this cake?
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Lorretta Chandler Lorrettachandler
Mar 14, 2014
thank you
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Valeree Dunbar Valeree
Mar 14, 2014
Loretta, I'm sorry to hear that. I think if you tried what Jorland and I have done (last two comments), and after draining your peaches to make the batter smoother, add a little bit of the juice at a time until you get the right mixture. That seems to help with mine. Guess I'll go ahead and put that in my recipe. It's a good point that Jorland brought up that I didn't address before. Good luck next time.