How to make it

  • Grease a 9X13 baking pan. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.Make sour milk by adding 1 Tablespoon of white vinegar to milk and let rest 5 min. Stir butter and sugar together until creamy. Add in the egg and stir.
  • Putt baking soda into the cup of milk to dissolve, then add the milk to the batter mixture. Add in the all the other ingredients to the batter and enough flour to make batter stiff.
  • Spread batter evenly into the 9X13 pan with a spatula. Sprinkle generous with sugar and cinnamon, repeat three to four times. Bake in oven for 35-40 minutes. Let cool on wire rack for 10 min. Cut into square pieces and serve in bowl with coffee poured over the top. See Photo
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    " It was excellent "
    midgelet ate it and said...
    just to let you know, I froze some leftover cake- when thawed- it tasted absolutely wonderful! This is really a versatile recipe indeed!
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    " It was excellent "
    midgelet ate it and said...
    I added my photo and sorry for double comments. Please remove one

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    " It was excellent "
    midgelet ate it and said...
    I enjoy it when older recipes are reposted. Thank you G.R!
    I was also intrigued by the recipe because I enjoy old fashioned recipes and so made this cake this morning. I followed directions . The only change was to decrease the salt for my taste. I used a wooden spoon to mix the softened butter and sugar by hand ( this took the longest time of the recipe to get creamy- note not fluffy ). Then I used about 2 cups of flour to make a stiff batter. In my modern oven it took about 25 minutes to test done.
    The cake has a very moist texture. Tastes best when cooled to room temperature in my opinion. I also cut out a piece after 10 minutes of cooling and poured some hot coffee over the top.
    Now this became a dessert with a pudding texture softened by the coffee. Hubby and I thought whipped cream topping would even take this dessert up a notch.
    Bottom line, it's a lovely recipe ,simplicity at it's best. Also pouring on the hot coffee is quite a unique addition. The recipe soaked up the coffee like a sponge creating the pudding texture.
    So, high 5 for sharing this tasty and intriguing recipe!
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  • nativeprincess 7 years ago
    I love family recipes that are handed down so people can continue making them :) Love this!
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  • diamondgirl 7 years ago
    Sounds very delicious!
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  • ttaaccoo 7 years ago
    Thank you, Grecogirl!! this sounds wonderful!! (perfect fit for a "coffee cake" !!
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  • 22566 7 years ago
    Thank-you for sharing this very nice sounding family recipe.
    Kind Regards
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