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Black walnut cake

Debra Hardin Recipe shared by:
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If you like the taste of black walnuts this is the cake to try. When I was young, my mother use to buy these of the Lancaster Amish. Truly delicious.

  • Hands-On Time:1 Hour 30 Minutes
  • Total Time: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
  • Servings:
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Ingredients

  • one box of Duncan Hines Moist white cake
  • one cup of chopped black walnuts
  • two cans of duncan hines cream cheese frosting/or make your own

Baking Instructions

  1. Prepare the cake as directed on the cake mix
  2. fold in a half of cup of black walnuts
  3. bake according to box directions
  4. ice the cooled cake with cream cheese icing
  5. sprinkle the rest of the chopped black walnut on the top of the cake
  6. totally yummy

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pie crusts

I love to use a pie crust as a base and fill it with cookie mix. It is soooo yummy when it's done! It makes something ordinary a little more fun! :)


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Uniform Baking

For a uniform bake, always scoop and bake the same size cookie. This will ensure your cookies cooked to just the correct doneness every time.





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