Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Jo I'm definitely making that cake sometime this weekend. That frosting sounds yummy with all my favorite goodies in it!
Oh Jo, that frosting must be heavenly. I would keep picking out little square bites until the whole thing was gone. I have no willpower when it comes to baked goods. I am still wanting to see more of the royals. I didn't get enough during the celebration. There is a new show on HGTV called Selling London. It is a great show to watch. One place in Knightsbridge was going for a mere $37 million USD. I had no idea that on the other side of those facades were such fabulous dwellings.
Looks and sounds YUMMY ! will have to try it . Thanks for sharing . Have a wonderful day !
Sounds great, having a party in the Fall and I just might be trying this out. I love old cookbooks!!
I have seen recipes like this before and always wondered how they would turn out. Your cake looks very yummy and I know my hubby will love that icing! Have a great weekend!!Big Hugs,Susan and Bentley
Oh, yum! I'll be right there!:)
Your recipe brings back memories for me--It has been years since I had a 7-UP cake, THANKS for what looks like a delicious recipe!! I hope you're enjoying your weekend!!
Will try this sometime soon. Got a question for ya though...we have a family member who abhors coconut and I was wondering if there is anything else that you might suggest to take its place in the frosting recipe???If not, then I will just leave it out and adjust the ingredients a little bit so that the frosting wont be too runny.Thanks for sharing this. I'm pretty sure that my Grandmother used to make something very similar to this. Nice memory!In Him,Grace
Grace: Maybe just leave out the coconut, since it has crushed pineapple and pecans.~Jo
Interesting 7-up cake!
Thanks...will try it that way.
This looks absolutely yummy. We'll have to try this.
Oh this sounds mouthwatering to us!lovetweedles
I can only imagine! This will definitely be on my summer menu SOMEwhere....
That's a big cake Jo. It looks delicious too. I like the idea of putting 7 up in the mixture. I'm going to try that. I have used it in jelly and it was nice. It made the jelly fizzy. Have you tried that?
Oh...I do love a recipe!
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