>Light Cake…aka addicting, delicious, rum cake from Little Corn Island

>On Little Corn I became addicted to this cake, ate it every day for breaky, sometimes lunch too!
The recipe is hilarious, enjoy!

2lbs sugar
1lb butter
2lbs flour
1 big can carnation milk
using same can, 1 of water
3 eggs (take the eye out…white spot on yolk?)
1tsp baking powder
nutmeg – to taste (probably a tsp)
vanilla – to taste again! (tsp?)
a little rum (ha, I asked how much and she gestured a shot measurement)
and if you like, Raisins! (mix raisins with a little flour first so they don’t sink to bottom)

Directions: (all done by hand in huge bucket!)
Mix sugar and butter together until almost like icing,
then eggs,
then a bit of flour,
then milk,
more flour,
more flour,
vanilla, nutmeg and rum,
more flour,
then baking powder.

Grease the pan, then shake with flour, dumping remainder out
heat pan in oven for a bit then add batter
Oven temp: she didn’t know….her guess was between 350-400!

*Sometimes she changes it up a bit and adds OJ instead of milk

The cake was always moist, made in pan where cake came out 2-3inches think.

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I love everything. I do things differently. Tending to avoid conformity. Accepting unknown adventure whenever its presented. My mission is to live, let life flow through me with endless energy. Exciting and empowering others to find their natural happiness. As life is, all perception.
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One Response to >Light Cake…aka addicting, delicious, rum cake from Little Corn Island

  1. >its like a pound cake! except two pounds and not light at all!!! ay yi yi.

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