Debbie's StoryThis is an easy cake that always gets rave reviews! I don't remember where I originally got this recipe, but it is one I have been making for years. It is so hard not to have seconds with this one.
self- rising flour
large eggs, slightly beaten
crushed pineapple (20 oz)
WARM COCONUT PECAN ICING
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1For the Pineapple Cake, preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Generously spray a 9 x 13 pan with cooking oil.
2Mix the flour and the sugar in a mixing bowl. Add the eggs, vanilla and the can of undrained crushed pineapple and mix until well blended with electric mixer on medium speed.
3Pour the pineapple mixture into the prepared 9 x 13 pan and bake in the preheated 350 degree oven for 35-45 minutes until the cake is lightly browned and a toothpick comes out clean. Be very careful not to overbake.
4For the icing, add butter, sugar and evaporated milk together in a heavy saucepan.
5Bring to a slow boil over medium heat, stirring CONSTANTLY. Once mixture begins to boil, cook until mixture thickens ( about 7 to 10 minutes). When thickened, remove from heat.
6Stir in 1 ½ cups coconut and 1 cup chopped pecans. Pour out onto warm cake and spread over the top.
7Enjoy! This is wonderful either served while still warm or cooled.
Debra Hughes medeb - Jan 11, 2011
I for one will not be the "do nothing" .. I WILL BAKE THIS ONE !!!
Doreen Fish dfish - Jan 11, 2011
Looks delicious...a great dish for our monthly church potluck....
Debbie Thurmond debbiethurmond - Jan 11, 2011
This is soooooo good, but soooooo easy. That is my favorite kind of recipe.
kathy thralls 1mywoowoo1 - Jan 16, 2011
I made this recipe and it is wonderful! Since my husband is not a coconut fan I just added the pecans to the icing and then added chopped machino cherries to the top. It was the first time I have ever made 7 minute icing (which I think should be named 12 minute icing!) Also, mine came out more like a bar than a cake but like I said before it is a wonderful recipe and definately a keeper! Thanks!
Debbie Thurmond debbiethurmond - Jan 17, 2011
So glad it worked out for you without the coconut. I have never tried it that way, but will have to try it sometime.