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rosel4, Nov 18, 10:12pm
I saw a fab recipe made with a can of pineapple pieces stirred into a box of cake mix then baked as per usual.

Does anyone have the correct amount of ingredients, such as the right size can of pineapple pieces please!

uli, Nov 19, 3:40am
The "right size can of pineapple pieces" might depend on the size of the "box of cake mix" too :)

fifie, Nov 19, 3:49am
Years ago ther was a recipe around called Angel Cake, Boxcake mix, largish tin of crushed pineapple and mix. E mail betty crocker ask them.

jeeza1, Nov 19, 3:54am
Try Google.

pickles7, Nov 19, 4:35am

pickles7, Nov 19, 4:40am

I have not tried these recipes, just thinking of the brownies being packed full of protein

uli, Nov 19, 4:51am
"I dare you to eat it" - what a name for a blog LOL :)

pickles7, Nov 19, 6:20am
I may have to make one just to check the recipe out. Then I will just have to give it the taste test. I will let you know if its worth you making one .

uli, Nov 19, 7:39am
Don't worry pickles - not for me anyway . I wouldn't buy a cake mix in a packet. Anything with a bar code on is not food .

firemansgirl, Nov 19, 7:46am
Wine comes with a barcode. I have found it to be a more than acceptable 'food', especially when busy.

uli, Nov 19, 7:49am
I make my own LOL :)
No barcode on my barrels .

elliehen, Nov 19, 8:24am
How do you make LOL!And what do you use it for!

moro4, Nov 19, 8:37am
Are you generally a happy and fulfilled person, Uli!

pickles7, Nov 19, 9:59am
What do you usually make your wine out of.uli.!
The last lot of wine I made was from a "kit" was very nice, I will be trying to make two lots this year, 1 kit and another lot from scratch, not sure what I will make it from just yet.

knowsley, Nov 19, 5:49pm
I buy eggs, butter, meat and milk - all with bar codes. These are not food now!

pickles7, Nov 19, 7:17pm
I do know what .uli .is saying, don't you!

janny3, Nov 19, 8:58pm
Take a box of Angel Food Cake mix (just the contents of the box, no need to follow the directions on the box), & combine it with a 20 ounce can of crushed pineapple in its own juice. (No need to use a mixer, just stir it by hand) When you do this, something magical happens. The mixture starts to froth & it turns into an amazingly airy, fluffy bowl of deliciousness right before your eyes. Once it's all mixed up, simply pour it into a 9 x 13 cake pan & bake 350 for 30 minutes.!fbid=381883285221195&set=a.360167220726135.85044.360156530727204&type=1&ref=nf

knowsley, Nov 19, 11:33pm
Half the time I wonder if sheeven does. Hers was a stupid statement to make.

uli, Nov 20, 12:04am
Feijoa, apples or grapes, whatever is surplus to eating directly. Most of the apple cider or wine is converted into vinegar though.

nauru, Nov 20, 8:44am
Only one of many

janny3, Nov 24, 12:38pm
Thanks for that link.

sarahb5, Nov 24, 9:21pm
Awesome - I might give that a go - I don't have any problems buying food (or wine) with barcodes!

janny3, Nov 28, 7:56am
I just need a large enough can of pineapple.Usually don't like box mixes but maybe an exception.

sarahb5, Nov 28, 8:25am
Yeah 20ozs is quite big isn't it and I haven't seen any boxes of Angel Cake either but I shall persevere - easy options are great when you're short of time (or any time really!)

genpat, Nov 28, 5:01pm
My MIL use to make a lovely cake called Hummingbird cake with a can of pineapple in it.I remember it was always very moist and delicious.

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