This is a charming one-bowl yellow cake recipe that I imagine my Grandma might have made. The recipe comes out of a McCall’s book published 100 years ago in 1910. A recipe that’s stood the test of time.
Old-fashioned cake recipes have a special appeal. They produce outstanding results without relying on bells or whistles. This cake doesn’t rise real high, but has a soft and fluffy texture with a divine flavor that almost doesn’t need frosting.
You can’t go wrong with this one-bowl cake for it’s ease, quickness and impressive outcome. It’s a keeper. I believe everyone should have a good cake recipe at their fingertips they can count on should the need arise. This is mine.
Typically yellow cakes are frosted with chocolate frosting, but being out of chocolate a cream cheese frosting was used, and very lightly.
It’s a well- known fact that I love frosting more than cake but for once I didn’t mind the sparse amount of frosting. It just doesn’t need it. The cake is truly the shining star, tender and billowy like soft, fluffy clouds, and perfectly moist even the next day.
Let’s get to the recipe.
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