Vintage Sugar Cake

Vintage Sugar Cake


Vintage Sugar Cake
Vintage Sugar Cake
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Vintage Sugar Cake is a superb dessert. It's made in a cast-iron skillet, which makes all the difference. This old-fashioned cake is light (think Angel food cake) because it uses only egg whites instead of whole eggs. And with a powdered sugar topping, you won't consume unforgiving frosting calories. This homemade cake is simple yet delicious. Serve it after dinner or in the afternoon during a coffee break. You and your guests will adore it.

Cooking Time45 min

Cooking MethodOven, Skillet

Cooking Vessel Size10-inch cast iron skillet

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I'd really like to make this cake, but as I was reading the description, it says you have to use a cast iron skillet. I don't have a cast iron skillet. My husband always ruins them, so I won't buy another one. Has anybody ever done this in a regular pan? Does it come out the same? Are there any modifications I would have to make do this? It sounds heavenly, and I love the vintage recipes.

You can make this cake in either a 9-inch cake pan or use a round casserole dish.

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