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Choose your pans (or combinations), and lightly grease them. If you're making muffin-size cakes in a standard muffin pan, line the pan with muffin papers, and lightly grease the papers. To make the batter: Place the butter and sugar in a large bowl (at least 6-quart), and beat together until well combined. Beat in the salt, spices, and baking ...


Thank you so much for sharing your story and the recipe.My mother in law use to make one that was very similar with the dried candied fruit,and it was good but I always found it too sweet..this one sounds delish..love marachino cherries much better.Hope I get to make one this week.If not it will definitely go in my recipe file!


DIRECTIONS. Spray 10 mini loaf pans with vegetable oil cooking spray. In a 2-quart saucepan, heat the milk and marshmallow together over low heat.


PAULA DEEN'S ICEBOX FRUITCAKE 1 (14 oz.) can sweetened condensed milk 1 (16 oz.) bag miniature marshmallows 1 (16 oz.) box graham crackers, crushed to crumbs 4 cups chopped pecans 1 (3 1/2-oz.) can flaked coconut (1 1/3 cups) 2 packages (8-oz. each) chopped dates 1 (16 oz.) jar maraschino cherries, well drained, halved 1/2 cup bourbon


Meanwhile, while the cakes are baking, prepare the filling/topping. In a medium sauce pot over medium heat; add 2 cups sugar, cornstarch, boiling water, stir until blended; add the pineapple, coconut, zest and juice of the lemons, let cook over medium until thickened. Remove from heat, allow to cool slightly and stir in the cherries.


Ice box fruit cake made with raisins, coconut, pecans, and graham cracker crumbs is a new twist on traditional fruit cake during the holiday season.


Trusted Results with Icebox fruitcake by paula deen. chestnut apple Recipes at Epicurious.com. sort by showing 1 - 10 of 13. refine this search by... main ingredient " ... 2010 paula deen.6. brunch.


Nov 29, 2013 - My Mother In Law's No Bake Fruitcake.. Pauline Thompson she found this in the Fort Worth Star Telegram Newspaper.. and made it for years its a family tradition. by Paula Deen


Mamma's Icebox Fruitcake. Recipe by Jellyqueen. My family doesn't really like the traditional fruitcake, but will eat this like crazy. The thing I like most about it is that it freezes really good. You can make it a month in advance, freeze, defrost and serve later. Cook time is actually chill time.