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Old Fashioned Coconut Cake Is ‘Delicious’ Defined

Updated on January 27, 2020
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Kenneth is a rural citizen of Hamilton, Ala., and has begun to observe life and certain things and people helping him to write about them.

Special Notice:

This recipe is being used by permission of Pam Avery, Hamilton, AL. 35570 and I know from experience that she is one talented cook. (Kenneth).


This is Just Personal Thinking

but I believe that each family from early America to right now, 2020, has either experienced delicious Homemade Old Fashioned Coconut or tried to find a store-bought version and failed. I love the Old Fashioned Coconut Cake. From the first bite to the last. Sometimes when I am with family or friends and I am given a slice of this manna from Heaven, I find myself wondering that when I finish “this” slice of Old Fashioned Coconut Cake, I wonder if that hostess will know that I will require another slice of this ambrosia. Maybe two more. Knowing how I love “this” recipe of Old Fashioned Coconut Cake, I wish that a group of neighbor women would have a soft heart and bake me an entire cake just like (below recipe) and give it to me, but not because they are sorry for me, but how much that they care for me. At least I’m honest.

Get yourself ready to begin the tasty process of putting your ingredients and instructions together and within 20 to 25 minutes, you will be eating (what I think) is one of the best-tasting cakes on the block.

Here Are Your Ingredients:


  • 1 Box White Cake Mix

  • 1 Stick Butter

  • 3 Eggs

  • 1 Cup Water


  • Coconut Cream

  • Eagle Brand Milk

  • Crushed Pineapple

  • Drained – Small Bag of Coconut Flakes


  • 2 Pk. Cream Cheese

  • 1 Stick Butter

  • 1 Lb. Powder Sugar

Now Here Are Your Coconut Cake Instructions

1.) Preheat over to 350 deg., bake cake for 20 to 25 minutes

2.) Take cake out oven, poke holes in cake while warm

3.) Pour Eagle Band milk and coconut milk over cake

4.) Pour pineapple over cake

5.) Mix icing together and put over cake

6.) Sprinkle coconut flakes onto top of icing

7.) Marchino cherries/nuts (are optional on top of cake)

Believe me, these instructions only look difficult. The truth is this is probably the easiest cake to mix and cook. This wonderful Coconut Cake easily serves four to six people. Get busy and cook one for your family and friends today.

January 27, 2020____________________________________________________


© 2020 Kenneth Avery


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