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Thread: Girliegirl's Funny Cake Recipe

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    Girliegirl's Funny Cake Recipe

    Funny Cake

    Mix all of the following in mixer, sometimes I put a little splash more of milk…
    Pour it in the two pie shells…
    1 ˝ cup sugar
    ˝ cup vegetable oil
    2 eggs
    2 cups flour
    2 tea baking powder
    1 cup milk
    1 tea vanilla

    mix the following in a cereal bowl and pour on the top in the first half of center, this will sink to the bottom as it bakes..

    1 cup sugar
    ˝ cup Hershey cocoa
    1 cup hot water

    Beat sugar, oil, eggs until well blended. Then all flour, baking powder, milk and vanilla. Beat on medium 2 minutes. Pour into 2 9” unbaked pie crusts. Mix together sugar, cocoa, and hot water. Pour on top of cake batter.

    I use a pie shield or wrap the crust with tin foil..


    Bake at 350 for 1 hour.

    Best when served with tea!!!

    You can cut this in half if you like!!

    Yes this is my pie I made last night!!!
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    Squirrelly Shirley

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    So you've got a cake in a pie shell?
    Bet this is your lunch today! ENJOY!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by girliegirl View Post
    mix the following in a cereal bowl and pour on the top in the first half of center...
    What do you mean by this?

    The recipe sounds good!
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    the last three ingredients you just mix in a bowl and dump on the cake.... No this wasn't lunch, BREAKFAST!!! YIPPIE
    Squirrelly Shirley

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    Thanks I must try it sooooooon

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    Quote Originally Posted by girliegirl View Post
    the last three ingredients you just mix in a bowl and dump on the cake.... No this wasn't lunch, BREAKFAST!!! YIPPIE
    Nothing better than chocolate for breakie! *giggles*
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    LOL wow, this sounds nummy.
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    ((I use a pie shield or wrap the crust with tin foil.. ))

    What if i use the orderary cake pan or a Pirex to bake it , What is it the pie shield specialy for( i see imges at googel and never know why it is special
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by sawsan View Post
    ((I use a pie shield or wrap the crust with tin foil.. ))

    What if i use the orderary cake pan or a Pirex to bake it , What is it the pie shield specialy for( i see imges at googel and never know why it is special
    Thanks
    Because the time/temperature it bakes for, the pie crust would be overcooked, so the foil or or pie shield shields from such!
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    You make me hungry just looking at that picture. I copied your recipe and certainly look forward to trying it soon. Darn, I am trying to be good so the holidays don't do me in as I try, I say try to lose weight.
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