The 1950s Cake Recipes You Need to Make Today

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This is the cake to prepare if you want to serve your loved ones a dessert that truly makes a statement. A thick, chocolate glaze is spread over the exquisitely tall and dense sponge cake.

Chocolate Chiffon Cake

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Moist Chocolate Cake

My grandma would have made this luscious chocolate cake recipe with coffee; it was one of her specialties. It always brings back happy memories, and I bake it frequently for family get-togethers.

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Pineapple Pudding Cake

This is a simple pineapple sunshine cake that my mother used to love to make in the summer. This retro cake never lasts long since it's so cool and refreshing!

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Decadent Fudge Cake

Everyone enjoys the deep flavor of this rich cake, which is prepared with four different kinds of chocolate. ― Yorktown, Virginia's Anna Hogge

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Burger

This three-layer sunset cake is pretty enough for company, but it's so simple to make that you'll find yourself baking it often.

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Potato Soup

Unexpectedly, I discovered our favorite soup in a children's cookbook!

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Smash Burgers

A smash burger consists of ground beef balls that are smashed onto a heated griddle, exactly as the name suggests.

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Caramel Chex Mix

Packed full of cereal, pretzels, and almonds, this deliciously crunchy snack is finished with a lightly sweetened brown sugar mixture.

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Spaetzle Dumplings

These soft, handmade spaetzle noodles go well with chicken and can be prepared in a matter of minutes.

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Peach Crumble Bars

These bars are best enjoyed while sipping iced tea on the porch, which is my personal favorite way to consume them.

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