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24 servings, 2 inch squares
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My Grandmother use to make this cake, I started making it 43 years ago.
You have to stir the topping constantly while it is boiling or it will boil over on to the stove. I hope everyone enjoys this cake as much as we do, leave it in the pan.
I am so glad you posted your recipe for Grandmother's Mixed Fruit Cocktail Cake! I too had lost this recipe and had been lookiing for it. I used to make this all the time and everyone loved it! I am going to make it tonight. Thank you so much!
Try this Grandmothers' Mixed Fruit Cocktail Cake at least ONCE and be forever hooked on this Luciously delish and moist cake. Until today I had misplaced my recipe and 'happened upon' this exact recipe from SharonABC.
For a variation: I've sometimes left out the coconut and pecan step. Either way, let your tastebuds lead the Way. Grandkids love poking the holes (with fork) into the baked warm cake prior to Me pouring topping on the cake. Enjoy!