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I hope everyone out there is having a fantastic Easter! I have been getting tons of comments and emails about all of the wonderful lamb cake successes going on right now, and let me tell you that it makes me very happy! This is also a reminder to send me pictures of your finished lamb cakes, because I would love to feature them on the blog! The lovely lamb above is from...

If you are looking for a lovely lamb cake with a soft, light texture and a great crumb, then I suggest this cake! This recipe came from a 1968 issue of Mail Box News from Maid of Scandinavia, and it is excellent. Look at how delicious this looks! The cake is moist with a good level of sweetness. It is also the  most “cake-like” of all the lamb cakes we made. ...

This lamb cake is very, very good. It has a caramel and butter flavor and is dense but moist. It also has a great pound cake texture! This recipe was sent in by Natalie Pope, and it has been made successfully by the Pope Family for many, many years. And we can see why! This was Tom’s favorite cake from among the top lamb cakes, and the only one he ate down to the ears. Here...

If you are looking for a light, bouncy lamb cake with a good texture that pairs well with coconut, this is the cake for you! This recipe comes from Martha K. She was a total sweetheart and sent the lamb cake recipe that was originally included with the vintage Renalde lamb cake mold. 4.5 from 2 reviews Print Renalde Lamb Cake   The recipe that...

It’s Lamb Cake time again!!! I know everyone thinks that Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, but I think Easter might be my favorite time for sweets. I do love those lamb cakes! So, from now until Easter I am going to be posting some excellent tested lamb cake recipes from last year, complete with frostings. But I thought I would start it off right with...

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Let’s see a show of hands: Who out there likes canned baked beans? I have to admit that I do enjoy baked beans, even of the canned variety. And I can understand adding a few ingredients to a can of baked beans to perk up the flavor, which is very common in mid-century recipes. However, this is the first time I’ve ever “perked up” the flavor of canned baked beans...

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