how can i get the original recipe to this cake anyone have it??? please help!!!
Member since: Apr 20, 2008
djbaker July 3, 2013 REVIEW:
This is the first mayonnaise cake I've tried but I'm sold! I can't believe how good it was! I'm going to make another one soon.
Alimuffmtl April 24, 2011 REVIEW:
I have made this recipe many times - always a winner. Very moist and tasty!
Guest Foodie March 21, 2011 REVIEW:
We have made this in my family for many years. We also use regular Miracle Whip and 1 tsp vanilla.
This cake is so easy to make and very tasty.
Rich K September 30, 2009 REVIEW:
I did not make the cake as indicated in this recipe, but the $100 cake has been a favorite in our family and extended family for over 50 years.
The differences are as follows:
-We use regular Miracle Whip instead of light
-Use cold coffee (brewed or instant) instead of water
-Increase vanilla to 1 teaspoon
Robertshowse February 18, 2008 REVIEW:
We have a recipe from an older magazine that is the same with the exception that it calls for 4 eggs. This cake turns out noticeably richer than the 3 egg version.
DKNY November 29, 2007 COMMENT: Does anyone out there have the original Mayonnaise Cake recipe? I keep trying to duplicate my grandmother's recipe (which has been lost) but I can't do it!
Thanks so much
zoeycat August 24, 2007 COMMENT: Yes, the orginal Best Foods Chocolate Mayo cake is very good. I called Best Foods to see how the texture was compared to the original recipe w/o eggs and they advised me to make it and determine that myself. I'll just stick with my 40 year old recipe...it works!
TinaMarie July 18, 2007 REVIEW:
BEST Choc Cake EVER!!!
TRY IT, do yourself a Favor!
holconrad January 28, 2007 REVIEW:
This recipe is not only easy to prepare it is absolutely delicious!!
Member since: Feb 24, 2006
baychel3 May 25, 2006 REVIEW:
This recipe is NOT the original 'Mayonnaise' cake -- the original cake did not use eggs at all -- that's what was so special about it -- I remember (in the 50s) when this cake came out and was the "RAGE"!