Pineapple Banana Cake Plus Coconut Frosting
This Pineapple Banana Cake Plus Coconut Frosting Recipe is a sweet, tangy and rich cake combination that is perfect when you have guests coming over for dinner. This recipe for pineapple dessert is homemade with good ingredients like crushed pineapple, coconut, nuts and evaporated milk. The cake base for this pineapple desserts is made by hand, and the liquids are blended into the solids. You'll want to be sure to blend the cake baking recipe as little as possible, just enough to bring the cake ingredients together, and also to have your oven ready to take the cake right away, as soon as the blending is completed. This will ensure a good rise to this dense and delicious, healthy cake recipes. The coconut frosting recipe offers the surprise of nuts combined with plenty of coconut for a nice touch. In this case, walnuts were added into the coconut frosting recipe, which is a great choice. Since the walnuts are not toasted, these walnuts will contain the sharp flavor of the walnut and counter the rich and heavy flavor of the coconut in the frosting recipe. Together the two ingredients combine beautifully for a sweet and tangy moistness in the cake baking.
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Nutrition Facts for: Pineapple Banana Cake Plus Coconut Frosting from The Southern Lady Cooks
Ingredients: All-purpose flour sugar, baking soda, ground cinnamon, crushed pineapple, vanilla extract, butter, eggs, bananas, evaporated milk, coconut, walnuts.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 16 servings. * Per Serving:Calories 444, Calories from Fat 222, Total Fat 24.7g 38%, Saturated Fat 14.0g 70%, Cholesterol 67mg 22%, Sodium 279mg 12%, Potassium 322mg 9%, Carbohydrates 52.4g 17%, Dietary Fiber 3.8g 15%, Sugars 31.6g, Protein 7.6g, Vitamin A 10%, Vitamin C 34%, Calcium 8%, Iron 22%
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