Apple Cinnamon Lasagna Cake

     I wanted cake.  I didn’t feel like a cake with gobs of frosting, but I didn’t know exactly what I wanted.  I needed something lighter.  I quickly scanned my fridge and counter.  I had strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and 2 frozen bananas.  Nope.  I wasn’t salivating, so none of them were going to work.  I had one apple.  What to do; what to make. 

     Just like you see in the cartoons, a light bulb went off.  It nearly blinded me, but luckily I’m OK now. 

     I made a loaf cake and layered it with apples, dates, walnuts and a brown sugar/cinnamon mixture.  Of course you can skip the dates if you want, but I love them!   You could substitute Craisins instead of dates, or Raisins.  I’m sure any of them would be perfect with the apple/cinnamon/walnut flavors.  You don’t have to do any swirling, just layer the ingredients and you’ll end up with an absolutely delicious cake with a moist tender crumb.  No frosting needed.

     Sprinkling a little cinnamon sugar (the same as you’d put on toast) on top turned the exposed walnuts into candied nuts.  Oh my!!!  Ice cream with caramel sauce drizzled when serving?  Or ice cream with chocolate fudge sauce drizzled?  YES, please!


1 rounded tsp cinnamon

¼ cup brown sugar

½ cup sugar

1 stick salted butter

2 large eggs

¼ tsp salt

1 ½ tsp vanilla

1 ¾ tsp baking powder

1 ½ cups flour

½ cup milk

¾ cup chopped apple (1 medium apple)

5 or 6 dates, chopped (or chocolate chips, raisins, or craisins)

¼ cup chopped walnuts

Extra cinnamon and granulated sugar for sprinkling on top

Caramel sauce and Ice Cream are optional, but highly recommended


     In a small bowl, mix cinnamon and brown sugar with a fork, removing any lumps.  Set aside.

     In mixer bowl, beat sugar and butter for about 2 minutes at medium speed.  Add eggs one at a time, beating well after each addition.  Add Vanilla, salt, and baking powder.  Alternately add flour and milk, mixing until incorporated.

     In a standard 5” x 9” loaf pan, butter the sides and bottom.  Optional:  Sprinkle Cinnamon/Sugar mix on bottom and sides of pan.  Pour in approximately ¾” batter to cover the bottom of pan and sprinkle about 1/3 of the walnuts on top.  Add half of remaining batter, sprinkle half of the brown sugar/cinnamon mixture, half the apples, and about 1/3 the walnuts on top.  Add remaining batter, remaining brown sugar/cinnamon mixture, remaining apples, and the last of the walnuts.  Press lightly with your fingers or a fork to embed the toppings.  You don’t want them falling off later.

BAKE at 350°F for about 40-42 minutes.  Use toothpick test.  The top will be golden brown and if you used a glass loaf pan, you’ll be able to see that the sides are a nice rich brown.

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Apple Fritters

I don’t ever remember having an Apple Fritter before.  Not because they weren’t available in doughnut shops, but because I always go for Boston Cream.  Bob, on the other hand is a huge fan of Apple Fritters.  Sometimes because he does so much for me, I’ll feel extremely generous and cook or bake something that I don’t care all that much for.  Lol  So . . . let me just say that Bob is no longer the only fan of Apple Fritters.  Oh myyyyyyy!  They were so good eaten while still warm with that lovely Apple Cider Glaze.  I glazed them after about 5 minutes of cooling time, then drizzled them again about 10 minutes later, and since there was still some Glaze left, had enough to drizzle a third time.  So don’t double the recipe ingredients.  I also had Fuji Apples, so that’s what I used.  They’re sweeter than Granny Smith, but worked perfectly.

     This recipe is not mine.  It is an America’s Test Kitchen recipe.  I made a few minor changes i.e. frying them in Crisco.  I have a vague memory of my grandma making doughnuts that way.  I added extra cinnamon because of my addiction to cinnamon.  I also used salted Butter and reduced the Salt they called for down to a good half tsp instead of a full tsp. 

     All in all, I have to say that these were very fun to make, super simple, and disappeared in a flash.  I’m happy that I shot pics before people dove into them!



2 Granny Smith apples, peeled, cored, and cut into ¼”pieces (I used Fuji) About 2 ½ – 2 ¾ cups

2 cups all-purpose flour

1/3 cup granulated sugar

1 tablespoon baking powder

1 teaspoon Salt

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg

3/4 cup apple cider

2 large eggs, lightly beaten

2 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted

3 cups peanut or vegetable oil (I used Crisco)


2 cups confectioners’ sugar

1/4 cup apple cider

1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg


       Make sure to cut the Apples in ¼” pieces.  The Fritters fry quickly, and you want to be sure that the Apples will cook.  Spread them in a single layer on paper towel–lined baking sheet and pat dry with paper towels.

         Combine flour, granulated sugar, baking powder, salt, cinnamon, and nutmeg in large bowl. Whisk to combine.

     Whisk cider, eggs, and melted butter in medium bowl until combined. Stir apples into flour mixture. Stir in cider mixture until incorporated.

     Heat oil in a Dutch oven over medium heat to 350 degrees. Use 1/3-cup measure to transfer 5 heaping portions of batter to oil. (I was more comfortable with 3 Fritters per batch.  Do them one at a time and immediately press the Batter with the back of a spoon to flatten.  Otherwise they rise too thickly and the centers won’t cook. Fry, adjusting burner as necessary to maintain oil temperature between 325 and 350 degrees, until deep golden brown, 2 to 3 minutes per side.

     Transfer fritters to wire rack set inside rimmed baking sheet. Check the temp between batches to make sure the oil stays close to 350 degrees.  Let fritters cool 5 minutes.      Meanwhile, whisk confectioners’ sugar, cider, cinnamon, and nutmeg in a small bowl until smooth. Top each fritter with 1 heaping tablespoon glaze. Let glaze set 10 minutes. Repeat with any leftover Glaze. 

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Raspberry White Chocolate Cake

     We all loved the Orange White Chocolate Cake so much I decided to make a Raspberry one.  It would be a great cake for the holiday weekend!! 


White Cake Mix (3 egg whites, 1/3 cup Canola Oil, 1 ¼ cups Water)

One 4 Serving Size Box of Instant White Chocolate Pudding

2 cups Cold Milk

1 tsp Raspberry Extract

Optional:  2 drops Red Food Coloring


1/4 cup Good White Chocolate Melting Disks or White Baking Chocolate

1 ½ TBSP heavy cream


     Butter the bottom of a 13” x 9” cake.  Bake cake according to package directions.  Let cool for 5 minutes. With a 5/8” * handle of a wooden spoon, randomly poke holes in the cake.  Brush off any crumbs.

     Mix Pudding with Milk, Extract, and Food Coloring.  Beat vigorously for about 90 seconds with a whisk.  Pour immediately over partially cooled Cake. Chill at least an hour.

Ganache Prep:  In a microwave-safe bowl, cook White Chocolate and Heavy Cream for 20 seconds.  Stir.  Heat another 5 seconds, stir, and it should be melted.  Let cool for a minute or two, and then drizzle over Pudding.  Let chill for a few hours.

My secrets for success:  You will find that a ½” or smaller handle will not make big enough holes for the Pudding to sink into them.  If you don’t have a 5/8” wooden spoon, look for a screw driver handle, a magic marker handle or something else that’s close to 5/8”.

Don’t over beat the Pudding or it will begin setting up, and again, will not sink properly into the holes.  Don’t let the Pudding sit too long after preparation or again, it will set up and won’t want to sink into the holes. Mix it and pour it immediately.  A few light bangs on the counter will also help settle the Pudding.





By Tika for CHEW WANNA EAT? © 2019

Chocolate Swirl Banana Cream Pie

     If you’ve been following Chew Wanna Eat? for any length of time and actually read my ramblings, you know that some of my best creations just pop into my head.  I’ll get a craving for something (today it was Banana Cream Pie), and then I’ll think to myself, Oooooh, what if I made a Chocolate Graham Cracker Crust instead of a Regular Pie Crust?  Ooooooh, what if I add some sort of Chocolate to the Filling?  And there you have it.

     This Pie is SOOOOO good.  I always make my Cream-Style Pies with Homemade Filling.  It’s simple, takes less than ten minutes, and once you try it, you’ll never use Pudding again.  This is the first time I made this Pie.  The Crust and Filling are tried and true, but I’ve never added a Chocolate Crust to a Banana Cream Pie before, nor have I ever added a Chocolate Swirl.  Not gonna be the last time I make it; I’ll tell you what! 

Chocolate Graham Cracker Pie Crust Ingredients

1 sleeve (approx. 9 whole) Chocolate Graham Crackers

¼ cup Sugar

¼ cup Butter, melted


     Place whole Graham Crackers in a ½ gallon plastic bag.  Close the bag with its zipper or use a twist tie.  You can either roll the crackers into crumbs with a rolling pin, or do what I do.  Take a nice heavy meat mallet and pretend you’re playing whack-a-mole.  That’s right.  Whack those suckers into crumbs.  It only takes about 30 seconds.  Flip the bag over here and there to make sure there are no large pieces left.  Open the bag and pour the crumbs into a small bowl.

     Add your Sugar and stir with a whisk.  Slowly drizzle in the melted Butter. 

     Using your fingers, the bottom of a glass, the bottom of a smooth measuring cup or something similar, press the mixture into a 9” pie plate.

     Bake at 375° F for 10 minutes.  Remove from oven and set aside until cooled.


1 cup Sugar

½ cup + 1 TBSP AP Flour

A couple dashes Salt

3 TBSP Butter

3 cups Milk

4 egg yolks (Use whites for Meringue, Omelets, or cook for the dogs)

1 ½ tsp Vanilla Extract

3 medium Bananas

¾ cup Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips


     Place the yolks in a small bowl and lightly whisk or beat with a fork.   Set aside.

     In a medium saucepan over medium heat add Sugar, Flour, and Salt.  Whisk to incorporate.  Add Butter and Milk.  Continue cooking and whisking constantly until mixture begins to boil.  Turn heat down a little and continue cooking and whisking for 2 more minutes.  DO NOT WALK AWAY!  You’ll end up with a scorched bottom if you do. 

     Remove from heat.  Bring the Yolk bowl close to your saucepan and begin adding a TBSP or so of the hot mixture into the Yolks, stirring after each addition.  Continue doing this until you have added about 1 cup of the mixture.  (You have just tempered your eggs!  Simple, right?)

     Return the saucepan to the stove and pour the Yolk mixture into the filling mixture.  Continue whisking.  Bring to a simmer and cook for 2-3 minutes.  Remove from heat, add the Vanilla and whisk in.

     Let your Filling cool for 15-20 minutes.  I like to Whisk it here and there to help it cool faster.  Now, the next fun part is to drop your Chocolate Chips into the cooling Filling.  I don’t throw them all in at once, I add a small handful at a time, and then stir a bit to create the swirl.  Keep adding and stirring lightly until you have a nice swirl.

     Place sliced Banana on top of the crust until it’s covered pretty well.  I usually use about 1 ½ of the Bananas in this step.  Pour about half of the Filling on top.  Do another layer of sliced Bananas, add the remainder of the Filling.  If you want to do the Meringue, make it now.  Personally, I like Whipped Cream on Banana Cream Pie, so I never make Meringue, but if you love it, make it.  I know where you’ll find 4 Egg Whites!  Lol

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Raspberry Apple Pie with Crisp Topping

     Today was one of those days.  A day where I wanted something sweet, but wasn’t sure what I wanted.  I wanted cookies, but didn’t feel like making them.  I kind of wanted Apple Crisp, I kind of wanted to figure out a way to make Raspberry Crisp.  I checked the freezer and only had a partial bag of Raspberries.  Time for my trouble-making, kitchen-destroying thinking cap.  Take a look at that dessert!  Is it not beautiful?  Wait until you make one.  Oh my!  It’s knock your socks off good!


One 9” Pie Shell, Unbaked

4 large Cooking Apples (Honey Crisp, Braeburn, Granny Smith, etc.)

1 ¼ cups Fresh Raspberries, or Frozen and Thawed

2-3 TBSP Cinnamon/Sugar mixture

1 TBSP Sugar

1-2 TBSP AP Flour


¼ cup Wheat Flour

¼ cup AP Flour

½ cup Brown Sugar

¾ tsp Cinnamon

¼ cup Butter, chilled


     Thaw Raspberries if frozen and set aside.  Drain.  Stir in 1 TBSP of Sugar and taste an apple.  If too tart, add a little more Sugar.

     Peel and quarter Apples.  Feel free to use a mixture of Apple varieties.  Slice about 1/8” thick.  Place in large bowl.  With a large spoon, mix in enough of the Cinnamon/Sugar mixture to suit your taste.  I always taste the apples after adding Cinnamon/Sugar.  Depending on tartness of Apples, you may need to adjust. 

     Add the drained Raspberries and stir to incorporate with the Apples.  If you end up with a puddle of liquid at the bottom you will end up with a very juicy pie and possibly a soggy crust.  You may want to add 1 TBSP AP Flour, stir again and watch for a puddle to form at the bottom.  If still too much, add a bit more Flour.  Pour into Pie Shell.

     In the same bowl, make the Topping.  Mix the Flours, Brown Sugar, and Cinnamon.  Stir with a fork.  Cut the chilled Butter into chunks and mix with a Pastry Blender until crumbly.  Don’t over-mix.  You want some pea-sized pieces, not a smooth mixture.  (See photo).  Sprinkle mixture on top of Apple/Raspberry mixture.

     Bake at 375° F for 50-55 minutes.  You want the Apples to be tender.  You can poke with a fork to test.  The Topping should be browned.

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Chocolate Chess Pie, a Southern Favorite

Chocolate Chess Pie, a Southern Favorite

     If you’ve never had Chess Pie, you are truly missing out!  Compare the taste to a Brownie Sundae.  Or Creamy Chocolate Custard.  OK, I’ll admit it – It’s like licking the brownie batter.

     I designed my recipe to be nice and tall.  If rich, chocolate decadence is what you’re looking for, get the ingredients out.  This is it!  The end result is a taller pie than most and it has a very, very thin shell on the top. I was told by a Southern lady that you only find the thin crust on a real Southern Chocolate Chess Pie.  It’s one of the quickest pies you can make.  Super simple, too.

    You can use a Regular Unbaked Pie Shell, Graham Cracker Crust, Shortbread Crust, Animal Cracker Crust or whatever strikes your fancy.  Don’t forget to dollop with Whipped Cream or even Ice Cream on the side. 

Ingredients – Yields 1 Pie

2 ¼ cups Sugar

1/3 cup + 1 tsp Unsweetened Cocoa Powder

2 Dashes Salt

Optional: ½ tsp Espresso Powder -OR- Cinnamon

6 TBSP Butter melted and slightly cooled

¾ cup Evaporated Milk

1 ½ tsp Vanilla Extract

3 Eggs 

1 (9-inch) Unbaked Pie Shell


Preheat oven to 350º F.

     In mixer bowl on lowest speed, (You can use a Whisk if you’re afraid of ingredients flying). beat Sugar, Cocoa, Salt and (Espresso Powder or Cinnamon if using) together.  Add Butter and Evaporated Milk and beat on high speed. Add Vanilla and Eggs. Beat another 3 or 4 minutes on high speed.

    Pour mixture into 9 inch unbaked pie shell and bake for 40 – 45 minutes. The center of the pie will be a bit soft, and that’s ok because it will continue to set while cooling.  If it seems very jiggly, let it bake for another 2 minutes and check again.  Allow to cool on a wire rack for at least an hour before slicing.  Let sit at room temp for at least 2 hours.  Refrigerate any leftovers.

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See the thin shell on the top layer? That’s what you want!

Walnut Roca, Toffee topped with Chocolate and Nuts

Walnut Roca, by Chew Wanna Eat?

     Of all the Christmas candy I make, I have to say that this was the favorite and makes a wonderful, impressive gift. It’s my version of the famous Almond Roca.  I made it with walnuts, and it was outstanding.  After all, what’s not to like about sweat buttery toffee topped with rich chocolate and walnuts?  Don’t worry, it’s very easy.  You MUST have a candy thermometer because the temperature of the toffee is extremely important. Best of all?  It makes over 2 lbs of candy. 


1½ cups coarsely-chopped almonds, divided (Or pecans or walnuts)

16 oz. (2 ½ cups) Domino’s light brown sugar

1 lb. butter (4 sticks)

1 ½ tsp vanilla extract

1 ¾ cups milk chocolate or semi-sweet chocolate chips


Line an 18” x 13” half sheet with Parchment paper. Sprinkle ¾ cup chopped nuts. Set aside.

In a 2 qt. sauce pan, combine sugar and butter over medium/low heat while stirring frequently for several minutes unit bubbly and thick. As it cooks, you will begin to see the mixture foaming on the top.  Just like when you clarify butter, the milk solids are rising.  Use a candy thermometer, and do not let the thermometer touch the bottom of the pan or you will get a false high reading.  (Once it reaches about 245° F, you will begin to notice the aroma.  Heavenly).  The color will begin to change to a rich amber and by the time it is finished, will be a golden brown). At 290° F remove from heat. Watch carefully toward the end to prevent it from burning. 

Add the vanilla, stirring to combine.  Pour candy evenly on top of the nuts on the cookie sheet. Let stand for a few minutes.

Melt good quality chocolate chips in microwave with a scant tsp of canola oil.  If you microwave in 30 second increments, stirring between each increment, you will end up with perfectly smooth melted chocolate.

Spoon the melted chocolate over the toffee layer, add the remaining nuts, and press lightly into the warm chocolate.

Allow to set up for a few hours.  Break into random-sized pieces using the tip of a sharp knife.  Eat a piece and prepare to say, “Oh my goodness!”

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Sponge Cake with Lemon Curd and Raspberries

Sponge Cake with Lemon Curd and Raspberries

I LOVE Sponge Cake.  I love Lemon Curd, and I love Raspberries.  We were having company, and I made two cakes for dessert.  The other one was Boston Cream Pie with Sponge Cake which I’ll share in another Post.  Easy, and delicious!

NOTE:  I often make the Lemon Curd the day before so I have one less thing to do the next day, and it’s nice and chilled



4 Eggs

2 cups White Sugar

2 rounded tsps Baking Powder

2 cups AP Flour

1 cup Whole Milk or Buttermilk

4 TBSP Butter


I want to point out before we get started that instead of baking one layer and then having to cut it in half horizontally, I divide the batter between two pans.  When semi-cooled, I pull them out of the pans using the Parchment paper and set them on a rack until completely cooled.  Saves a pain in the butt step by doing it this way!

Prepare pans (8” or 9” Round or Square baking pans) and set aside.  I like to use Buttered parchment paper to line the pan.  Then you can easily lift the whole cake out if you want to.

Preheat oven to 350° F now.

Beat eggs for three to four minutes on medium speed.  Gradually add the sugar, beating for another four minutes or so, scraping bowl often.  Mixture should be light yellow and a bit bubbly.

Add baking powder and give it a quick 15-second mix.  Add flour in batches, and mix until just combined.

In a small saucepan, heat the milk and butter just until butter melts.  Pour into the batter, mixing constantly.  Divide batter into prepared pans.

Bake 27-29 min or until cake is a golden color and toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.  Time will vary depending on the size pan you use.


LEMON CURD INGREDIENTS:  Enough to fill and top cake.

¾ cup fresh lemon juice (4 large lemons)

1 TBSP grated lemon zest

¾ cup sugar (sugar is adjustable to taste)

3 eggs

½ cup (1 stick) unsalted butter and dash salt – OR – ½ cup salted butter



In a 3 qt saucepan, combine lemon juice, lemon zest, sugar, eggs and butter.  (It will spatter as it’s cooking, so you need a big pan.  Cook while whisking over medium/low heat until thick and bubbly.  (About 6 min) Let it simmer for another 2 minutes or so, whisking constantly. It should be about the consistency of gravy. (If you walk away, I promise you will have to strain your curd.  So don’t do it.) Cover and refrigerate.  It will thicken as it cools.

Keeps about a week.

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Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

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Strawberry Rhubarb is Bob’s absolute favorite pie.  He likes it so much that he even bought a rhubarb plant which we tried to grow in a large barrel container.  I don’t know if deer eat rhubarb, but they eat everything else.  Luckily, it died after the second year.  (No, I didn’t do it). Since I am not a huge fan of making pie crusts, and refuse to use store-bought, I don’t make them often.  I add enough filling so that I end up with a nice thick pie (not a fan of shorties).  Here’s my recipe:


1 ¼ cups White Sugar

3 ½ cups Rhubarb, washed and cut into ½” pieces

2 ½ cups Strawberries, washed and quartered or sliced*

3 ½ TBSP Quick-Cook Tapioca

¼ tsp Nutmeg

2 TBSP Butter

Pastry for Double-Crust Pie **



In a large bowl, mix Rhubarb, Strawberries, and Sugar.  I stir it with a large serving spoon.  I normally add a few quick dashes of Salt to bring out the natural sweetness of the filling, but it isn’t 100% necessary.

In a small bowl, mix Tapioca and Nutmeg.  Add to Fruit mixture.

Place one of the Pie Crusts in the bottom of a 9” pie place and pour Fruit mixture into the shell.  Make sure to use a spatula to scrape all the Tapioca and Nutmeg into the pie.  I never smooth it out.  I like how it looks old fashioned when it’s bumpy.  Cut the Butter into small pieces and dot over the top of the Fruit.

As for the Top Crust, you can cut a design with a sharp knife, put slits in it, or make a lattice top.  After you place the top crust or lattice top on, make sure to pinch or press it onto the bottom crust to seal them together.  Either use Aluminum Foil or a Pie Crust Ring for the first 30 minutes so the edge of the crust doesn’t get too dark.  Remove foil for the remaining 30 minutes.  Bake at 375° F for 30 minutes with foil around the outside edge, and then another 35 minutes with foil removed.

*If the berries are very large, you’ll need to cut them smaller than quartered.

**NOTE:  I use King Arthur Flour’s Pie Crust Recipe.  I think it’s easy to work with, and you end up with dough is NOT thin enough to see through after it’s rolled, and it’s very flaky.


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Blueberry Swirl Cake with Topping

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     This is an outstanding recipe for a moist cake with a tender crumb.  Blueberry swirls and a crunchy topping and Optional Glaze make this the perfect cake for any occasion.  We could eat it all day, every day.  I’ve been making it for years and it is always well received no matter whether we’re entertaining or bringing dessert to a party.  It travels well, and doesn’t need refrigeration.


1 stick butter (8 TBSP)

1 cup Sugar

2 Eggs

1 cup Sour Cream

1 ½ tsp Vanilla Extract

2 cups Flour

1 ½ tsp Baking Powder

½ tsp Baking Soda

½ tsp Salt

One 21 ounce can Blueberry Pie Filling

¾ cup Fresh Blueberries



Cream Butter and Sugar on medium/low speed for about 3 minutes or until light and airy.  Add Eggs one at a time.  Add Sour Cream and Vanilla.

Add Baking Powder, Baking Soda, and Salt and mix until incorporated.  Add Flour and beat until combined.

Pour half of batter into a Buttered 9” x 13” baking pan.  Pour Pie Filling on top and smooth evenly.  Sprinkle the Blueberries on top.  Add remainder of batter and swirl with a butter knife.  Then smooth evenly.

Sprinkle on the Topping and Bake at 350° F until topping is golden brown.  (About 45 minutes).


6 tbsp BUTTER

¾ cup Flour

¾ cup Sugar

1 ½ tsp Cinnamon



Put all ingredients in a small bowl and mix with a pastry blender until crumbly.  Sprinkle on top of cake and bake.



¾ cup Confectioner’s Sugar

¼ tsp Vanilla Extract

¼ tsp Almond Extract

Dash of Salt

Enough Warm Water to give you a drizzling consistency



Mix all ingredients in a small bowl with a fork or spoon.  Make sure it’s smooth and there are no Sugar lumps.  Drizzle over cake once the cake is cool.

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