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Friday, October 06, 2006
Five Ingredients Friday


I'm loving this week's recipe. I actually am right now as I take a bite and type. I fond this recipe a few weeks ago on a cooking board I've visited for years. One of the regulars, Bill, posted this cake recipe. Honestly, I thought it sounded kind of weird, but interesting. I noticed that it had five ingredients, so I decided to save it and try it out to see if it would work for this. It's awesome! You can actually taste the frosting. I took a big hunk of this cake to work to share and every single person asked for the recipe. You don't even need to ask, it's right here!


The Best Bundt Cake Ever!

1 2-layer cake mix
1 can frosting
4 eggs
1/2 cup oil
1 cup milk

Heat oven to 350. Mix frosting, eggs, oil, and milk well by hand. Add dry ingredients and hand mix thoroughly. Pour batter into a well-greased 12-cup bundt pan. Bake for one hour. Cool in pan for 15 minutes. Remove.

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14 Comments:

Anonymous Pass the Torch said...

Ooooh - one my kids can make. That's the best kind;)

Blogger Kathleen Marie said...

This sounds very yummy and I agree with your on grape tomatoes. They are awesome!

Blogger Overwhelmed! said...

I love that you were taking a bit of cake as you were typing out the recipe. You can't get any more tried and true than that! :) This sounds delicious and I have a bundt cake that I haven't used forever. Do you drizzle any additional frosting on the top or eat it as is?


Thanks for consistently participating in my Five Ingredient Friday recipe exchange. I do appreciate it!

Blogger Magi said...

Eat it as is. You could sprinkle some powdered sugar on it to make it prettier. The cake is incredibly moist, even days later. I baked the cake on Sunday and it was still moist Thursday night as Jim and I finished it off. You can actually taste the frosting in the actual cake, but don't have to deal with all the gooey mess. (Though I love the gooey mess.) I think this would freeze beautifully. I'll try it next time. We can't eat a whole cake before it goes bad, so we usually bring most of it to work. Next time, I'll try freezing half.

Blogger Larae said...

Very simple.. thanks for sharing! =)

Anonymous Mike said...

My 3-year old and I are looking for something new to bake. The Best Bundt Cake Ever seems fun (and tasty).

Mike
http://somethingaboutparenting.typepad.com/

Blogger Barb said...

I would have never ever thought to mix the frosting in. I haven't made a bundt cake in ages although I remember when I made them all the time. Time to dig that bundt pan out!

Blogger Michelle said...

I bet it tastes so moist this way! Yum! I'm trying this next time I make a cake!

Blogger Pamela said...

Who would have thought of that! Putting the frosting into the batter sounds fascinating! Thanks!

Blogger Carol Ann said...

I made this recipe tonight, and it is the bomb of cake! YUMMY is an understatement, and a big glass of ice cold milk is the perfect counterpart.

Blogger Carol Ann said...

Oh I forgot to mention... my husband can't have mild products so I substituted the mild with non dairy creamer and it worked beautifully.

Anonymous K said...

Just came across your great list of recipes the other day. I was wondering what different variations of this you have tried? What flavor cake mix with what flavor frosting etc...and what was your fave? Thanks. I am gonna definately try this one.
:-)

Blogger Magi said...

Hi K,

There wasn't a link on your name, so I'm hoping you come back for a reply. We tried a chocolate cake with chocolate frosting and a red velvet cake with cream cheese frosting. Both were delicious, but the red velvet is definitely our favorite.

Anonymous K said...

thanks for the reply...i wasnt sure if you would catch it on an older post.

i was thinking about spice cake mix but i do love red velvet! didnt even know they made a mix for that. but i have a chocolate that i prob should use up first. thanks again!

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