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Old 10-04-2009, 04:45 PM   #1
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PINEAPPLE CAKE

This is the easiest cake you will ever make, and will get rave reviews for it as well.

Mix 1 can (19-oz) crushed pineapple (with juice) with 1 pkg angel food cake mix. (Do NOT add anything else, this is the whole recipe!).

Bake according to the Angel Food mix instructions. Yummy! Also good with dream whip or whipped cream.

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I made this last weekend. One problem with the finished product .... a normal guy can't eat just one piece! My wife thinks it is great too.

Thanks for posting it.

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Old 11-24-2009, 06:58 PM   #3
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Gene - the ideal time to make it is when you have a PotLuck to go to. Make some whipped cream to top it off, and voila - you are the hit of the party!

Glad you enjoyed it.
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We had an EMS (Emergency Medical Service) MCI (Mass Casualty Incident) drill tonight, with a pot luck dinner before - someone made this cake and trust me it did not last long....YUMMMY!!!
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Alice

This cake must be a hit. You posted 3 recipes at the same time. 2 of them now have 14 views. This pineapple one has 170 views???? That is 12 times more views … and all they can tell by the post is the name..

I know this is good, but what’s up with the pineapple

Have a good Thanksgiving.

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Old 11-26-2009, 12:26 PM   #6
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Hi John,
I don't know what's going on with the pineapple, but needing only 2 ingredients, that would be a big hit with anybody I guess.

And we can almost convince ourself that it is low-fat because of the angel-food cake, and after a big meal, it is just the kinda thing to finish it off. OR, just maybe, everyone is wondering what to do with all those cans of pineapple they bought on sale last year, lol.
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Charlie and I had my mom over for Thanksgiving and I made this.

I thought it would be nice to have something a little different besides the usual pumpkin pie. Mom asked what she could bring and said she had some coconut ice cream--Perfect! (she didn't know about the pineapple cake yet).

The pumpkin pie never even got cut!

As she was leaving, she said she'd have to tell the ladies group at her church about it so maybe someone would bring it for their next dinner. She makes awesome deviled eggs and is always asked to bring them.

This recipe was a hit with the ice cream and so easy!

Thanks Ron and Alice.
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You are very welcome, CC. Most people I share the recipe with, love it!

Just watch, at our next pot luck, all of us will bring it, lol!
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Hello guys,its my favorite cake to all the cakes because i likr pine apple..but unfortunately i can not make it becase i have no recipe of that cake how can i make it??can any body tell me the recipe of pine apple cake??
Look at the very first post of this post......here is what it reads:

Mix 1 can (19-oz) crushed pineapple (with juice) with 1 pkg angel food cake mix. (Do NOT add anything else, this is the whole recipe!).

Bake according to the Angel Food mix instructions. Yummy! Also good with dream whip or whipped cream
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My mom used to make this all the time...all I can say is........mmmmmm....Yummy!
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Sounds good.. We will try it soon..
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Imma gonna try this in a Dutch oven.

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