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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Recipe for the Coconut Cake

Yesterday in my Chat I shared about the Coconut Cake I had made. I thought I would just share the recipe here today. It would be easy to change to a gluten free recipe and to make the vanilla pudding from scratch. It was easy and tasted wonderful.
I got the recipe from Taste of Home.

Coconut Poppy Seed Cake Recipe

Coconut Poppy Seed Cake Recipe 

Coconut Poppy Seed Cake Recipe

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23 comments:

  1. Oh man, that's so easy! Thanks for posting this! It sounds fluffy and wonderful. :-)

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  2. My mouth is watering! Thanks for sharing! I'm pinning it to my Sweet Treats board on Pinterest and going to give it a try! I like simple!

    Tammy

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  3. I love Taste of Home. I bet it would be amazing with coconut cream pie filling instead of vanilla pudding......Hungry now.
    Things are returning to normal here :)

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  4. What an easy recipe.
    Thanks for sharing it!

    Have a happy day :)
    K.

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  5. What a pretty Cake too! I use to get Taste of Home but no longer do.I think I miss it! Thanks for sharing w/us~Cheers Kim

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  6. Thank you for sharing this recipe, it is a must make. I love those mini pumpkins too. Fall is really here. Yeah!
    nancee

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  7. Oh my, that sounds good and easy...I like that!!

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  8. Yummm looks amazing! Quick and easy too!

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  9. Sounds so delicious. Thank you for the recipe!

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  10. Mmmmm....It sounds delicious. When I was little I didn't care for coconut, but now I love it!

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  11. That looks so delicious. Now I have to figure out how to make it gluten free. :)

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  12. I'm not a big coconut fan but it does sound yummy!

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  13. Yummy! I love coconut! I think I owe my gang a coconut cream pie too. Thanks for posting this.

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  14. I thank you, but my waistline does not! Have a lovely evening, Julie.

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  15. That looks so good. How can I just have one piece? JB

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  16. Looks and sounds delicious...thanks for the recipe!

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  17. That looks every bit as delicious as it sounds. I am going to have to make this ... but some time when I need to take it somewhere so I won't eat it all myself! ;-)

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  18. this sounds soo good. but then I love just about anything with coconut. I will try it for sure, but like Kathy I will wait till I know someone besides me will be eating it. ; ) Hope your having a good day!

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  19. sounds yummy, everyone is baking!!

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  20. You are the sweetest blogger ever...Thank-you so much for all the kind comments you have left on my blog...You always make my day...
    Take care,
    Nancy

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  21. Yummy! Thank you, Kim! I love cake. I don't make it often because I want to eat it for every meal!
    Coconut makes pretty cake, doesn't it?

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  22. Yummy, That looks so good.Thank you for all your
    sweet comments.Have a nice weekend, Cheri

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  23. Oh I do love coconut but think I'd have to eat several...as in many...of these little pieces before I felt like I'd had a slice.
    Know what I mean?

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