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Thread: Inside Out Cake - delicious!

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    Super Member beachlady's Avatar
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    I just want to thank Sondray for the wonderful recipe "Inside Out Cake" - I made it for a potluck last night and everyone loved it. One man told me it was the best dessert there.

    Simple to make, but delicious!! I used the Yellow cake mix.

    Thanks again Sondray!!

    Inside Out Cake

    1 Box yellow cake mix
    4 eggs
    1 C. Oil
    1 C. water
    1 can pecan coconut frosting
    1/2 C. chopped pecans

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees

    Beat cake mix, eggs, water & oil for 2 minutes. Add pecan coconut frosting and chopped pecans and mix well. Bake in bundt pan. Bake 45-50 minutes or until toothpick inserted in middle comes out clean. Remove from pan while still hot. A very moist cake and does not need any frosting. Can use German Chocolate cake mix for a very moist chocolate cake.

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    You're welcome. Everyone loves this cake!

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    ooohhh! this sounds yummy. I will have to try it.

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    beachlady, that is the most awesome cake I ever had,my 3 picky gds loved it. this is a keeper. the rest of you out there need to try this one.

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    I guess i was sondra I needed to thank< I used the erman chocolate

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    I used the coconut pecan it was soooooo! good, I'll try the yellow next I hope it is as good as the german chocolate, my husband said he would like i more if it have a glaze over it . the kids used cool whip.very good

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    This sounds yummy .. couple of questions ... as I am not in USA do your cake mixes state 4 eggs to be added, I think ours are generally 2 and some oil. What is your frosting ? Is it like prepared icing paste? and what is a bundt pan?




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    Most US cake mixes ask for 2 or 3 eggs.
    This frosting is a caramel based prepared frosting that has coconut (maybe 4 ounces?) and pecans (about the same) chopped in it. You could make the same idea with a boiled frosting of butter and brown sugar and adding coconut and pecans.
    A bundt pan is a 10 cup shaped pan with a hole in the middle, similar to an angel food pan but has decorative scallops instead of straight sides. I'm guessing the hole in the middle keeps the cake from overcooking.

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