Leftover Recipe: Mash Potato Cake

Mash Potato Cake 4 eggs 1 scant cup of butter 2 cups sugar 1 cup mashed potatoes 1/2 cup milk 1/2 cup cocoa 1 cup chopped nuts 1 tablespoon cinnamon

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  1. #1
    Liss
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    Default Leftover Recipe: Mash Potato Cake


    Mash Potato Cake

    4 eggs
    1 scant cup of butter
    2 cups sugar
    1 cup mashed potatoes
    1/2 cup milk
    1/2 cup cocoa
    1 cup chopped nuts
    1 tablespoon cinnamon
    1 teaspoon nutmeg
    1 teaspoon cloves
    2 teaspoons baking powder
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    2 1/2 cups flour

    Mix together eggs, butter, sugar until creamy. Add the mashed potatoes, blend well. Sift the flour once add the baking powder sift again, then add the cocoa, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, to the flour, add alternately the flour mixture and milk to the first 4 ingredients. Mix well add the vanilla and the nuts stir until all are blended. Pour into either loaf or cake pans that have been greased. Bake in a moderately hot oven at 350/o for 35 to 45 minutes, or until when checked with tooth pick comes out clean, or when press with finger on top of cake and it springs back.



    ~Enjoy !~
    Liss
    Listmom & Creator/Designer of www.Budget101.com




  2. #2
    Talea Ranker
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    <div style="font-family:garamond,new york,times,serif;font-size:14pt;"><div style="font-family: garamond,new york,times,serif;font-size: 14pt;">This looks good I just made an extra large batch for leftovers, I'll give this a shot. Looks yummy!
    ~Tee

    ----- Original Message ----
    From: Liss <liss@budget101.com>
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Wednesday, June 25, 2008 1:23:00 PM
    Subject: Budget101.com : Leftover Recipe: Mash Potato Cake






    <font face="Trebuchet MS">Mash Potato Cake

    4 eggs
    1 scant cup of butter
    2 cups sugar
    1 cup mashed potatoes
    1/2 cup milk
    1/2 cup cocoa
    1 cup chopped nuts
    1 tablespoon cinnamon
    1 teaspoon nutmeg
    1 teaspoon cloves
    2 teaspoons baking powder
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    2 1/2 cups flour

    Mix together eggs, butter, sugar until creamy. Add the mashed potatoes, blend well. Sift the flour once add the baking powder sift again, then add the cocoa, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, to the flour, add alternately the flour mixture and milk to the first 4 ingredients. Mix well add the vanilla and the nuts stir until all are blended. Pour into either loaf or cake pans that have been greased. Bake in a moderately hot oven at 350/o for 35 to 45 minutes, or until when checked with tooth pick comes out clean, or when press with finger on top of cake and it springs back.



    <div align="left"><font face="Trebuchet MS">~Enjoy !~
    <div align="left"><font face="Trebuchet MS">Liss
    <div align="left"><font face="Trebuchet MS">Listmom & Creator/Designer of <font face="Trebuchet MS">www.Budget101. com






  3. #3
    Talea Ranker
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    Default Leftover Recipe: Mash Potato Cake

    <div style="font-family:lucida console,sans-serif;font-size:14pt;"><div style="font-family: lucida console,sans-serif;font-size: 14pt;">I just made this and it was really, really good. My boys love it, and it's given me some great ideas, like maybe adding some raisins, or cutting out the coco and using just the cinnamon. Who knows, I just know I'm gonna have fun for awhile with this one. lol While it was baking a friend from another group and I got to talking about it and she asked me to post it if I liked it. I did but I gave you full credit. I should have asked first, but didn't think of it until after it was already done. (sorry) I am enjoying the cake though! lol My boys are eating good, leftover raspberry parfait's, and now mashed potato cake. Tomorrow I'm making creamed chicken over biscuits for dinner if hubby leaves
    enough from the roasted chicken from tonight, and maybe some potato bread. (Still have LOTS of mashed potatoes left! lol) I'm really enjoying this group. It's the first one I've joined for budget's and frugal living that I can actually DO the things mentioned. I'm not afraid of cooking, so the recipes have all been great, and I've gotten lots of ideas on cutting down my budget. I already keep the light's off during the day and keep the windows open for light. I also wash in cold water only now and I would kill for an outdoor line to dry clothes on. We aren't allowed to put one on the property (we rent a lot for our trailer). Anyway, I'm having fun here, and learning quite a bit too. Ya'll be sweet.
    ~Tee

    ----- Original Message
    ----
    From: Liss <liss@budget101.com>
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Wednesday, June 25, 2008 1:23:00 PM
    Subject: Budget101.com : Leftover Recipe: Mash Potato Cake



    <font face="Trebuchet MS">Mash Potato Cake

    4 eggs
    1 scant cup of butter
    2 cups sugar
    1 cup mashed potatoes
    1/2 cup milk
    1/2 cup cocoa
    1 cup chopped nuts
    1 tablespoon cinnamon
    1 teaspoon nutmeg
    1 teaspoon cloves
    2 teaspoons baking powder
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    2 1/2 cups flour

    Mix together eggs, butter, sugar until creamy. Add the mashed potatoes, blend well. Sift the flour once add the baking powder sift again, then add the cocoa, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, to the flour, add alternately the flour mixture and milk to the first 4 ingredients. Mix well add the vanilla and the nuts stir until all are blended. Pour into either loaf or cake pans that have been greased. Bake in a moderately hot oven at 350/o for 35 to 45 minutes, or until when checked with tooth pick comes out clean, or when press with finger on top of cake and it springs back.

    <div align="left"><font face="Trebuchet MS">~Enjoy !~ <div align="left"><font face="Trebuchet MS">Liss<div align="left"><font face="Trebuchet MS">Listmom & Creator/Designer of <font face="Trebuchet MS">www.Budget101. com




  4. #4
    mem68
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    Default Leftover Recipe: Mash Potato Cake


    Tee, have you tried the wooden clothes rack? you can set it near the washer to hang your clothes and then set it any where-near a window where the sun shines thru. Don't give up yet!!!!!!!!!!
    [quote]
    I would kill for an outdoor line to dry clothes on. We aren't allowed to put one on the property (we rent a lot for our trailer).



  5. #5
    Ann Garner
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    Default Leftover Recipe: Mash Potato Cake



    >I would kill for an outdoor line to dry clothes on. We aren't

    >allowed to put one on the property (we rent a lot for our trailer).

    I'm not allowed to have one, either. I do have a rolling clothes

    rack. Mine breaks down to 4 pieces: 2 uprights, bottom cross piece

    with feet, and top cross piece. I have many times hung clothes on

    hangers and hung them out on the rack in front of my apartment. You

    could use the same idea with pipes, if you have someone that can work

    with pipes handy, but of clothes line size. A square for the top,

    with lines strung side to side. Then 4 uprights to hold it high

    enough, and a square for a base. I can even see this done with pvc

    pipes so it would be easy to carry. Just have the squares set

    together with pvc glue, drill holes to run the lines, and have the

    uprights removable to allow you to take the thing partially apart to

    store. I know my landlord grinned and told me I could get away with

    using the clothes rack, after all it isn't a clothes line. Usually

    it's the mowing issue is why the clothes lines are not allowed. They

    call catching someone at the neck with a line of some sort strung

    across the road "clothes lining" for a reason.



    Ann in Arkansas










  6. #6
    Liss
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    Default Leftover Recipe: Mash Potato Cake

    >>I just made this and it was really, really good. My boys love it, and

    it's given me some great ideas, like maybe adding some raisins, or cutting

    out the coco and using just the cinnamon. <<



    MMM.. That sounds yummy! Let me know how it comes out! I remember when I was

    a kid I came across this recipe for bacon fat cookies. They were made with

    the leftover grease from bacon and were a gingersnap type cookie. Seems like

    we always had a can of bacon grease in the fridge, lol.





    >While it was baking a friend from another group and I got to talking about

    it and she asked me to post it if I liked it.<



    That's great, Tried-n-True recipes are always worth sharing





    I>> My boys are eating good, leftover raspberry parfait's, and now mashed

    potato cake. <<



    LOL, I know what you mean there, it seems like whenever I tighten the belt,

    I really cook Yummy stuff, lol. I love making parfaits too. I use the MYO

    Cool whip recipe on the site and layer puddings, sliced berries or fruit of

    some sort, and (almost) cool whip. Then put them in the fridge until after

    dinner. The other night I made a gingerbread and made peach shortcake on

    gingerbread. The kids had their buddies over and they seemed to really enjoy

    that. Dh wanted to know what made me think I could put peaches and ginger

    together, lol, but it was yummy. (Very Very Rich, but soooo good).



    G'night,

    liss








  7. #7
    Talea Ranker
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    Default Leftover Recipe: Mash Potato Cake

    <div style="font-family:lucida console,sans-serif;font-size:14pt;"><div style="font-family: lucida console,sans-serif;font-size: 14pt;">It was good, it's just as good the second day, still think it would be best used with fresh fruit as it's a pound cake type of texture. Needs more nuts. lol
    ~Tee

    ----- Original Message ----
    From: Liss <liss@budget101.com>
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2008 6:32:05 PM
    Subject: RE: Budget101.com : Leftover Recipe: Mash Potato Cake





    >>I just made this and it was really, really good. My boys love it, and

    it's given me some great ideas, like maybe adding some raisins, or cutting

    out the coco and using just the cinnamon. <<



    MMM.. That sounds yummy! Let me know how it comes out! I remember when I was

    a kid I came across this recipe for bacon fat cookies. They were made with

    the leftover grease from bacon and were a gingersnap type cookie. Seems like

    we always had a can of bacon grease in the fridge, lol.



    >While it was baking a friend from another group and I got to talking about

    it and she asked me to post it if I liked it.<



    That's great, Tried-n-True recipes are always worth sharing



    I>> My boys are eating good, leftover raspberry parfait's, and now mashed

    potato cake. <<



    LOL, I know what you mean there, it seems like whenever I tighten the belt,

    I really cook Yummy stuff, lol. I love making parfaits too. I use the MYO

    Cool whip recipe on the site and layer puddings, sliced berries or fruit of

    some sort, and (almost) cool whip. Then put them in the fridge until after

    dinner. The other night I made a gingerbread and made peach shortcake on

    gingerbread. The kids had their buddies over and they seemed to really enjoy

    that. Dh wanted to know what made me think I could put peaches and ginger

    together, lol, but it was yummy. (Very Very Rich, but soooo good).



    G'night,

    liss









  8. #8
    Kandy Kappler
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    Default Leftover Recipe: Mash Potato Cake



    Peaches on gingerbread...omg...sounds delish and I wish I could have some RIGHT NOW! Good combination together.





    Kandy

    --- On Thu, 6/26/08, Liss <liss@budget101.com> wrote:

    From: Liss <liss@budget101.com>
    Subject: RE: Budget101.com : Leftover Recipe: Mash Potato Cake
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Date: Thursday, June 26, 2008, 7:32 PM

    <PRE>>>I just made this and it was really, really good. My boys love it, and
    it's given me some great ideas, like maybe adding some raisins, or cutting
    out the coco and using just the cinnamon. <<
    MMM.. That sounds yummy! Let me know how it comes out! I remember when I was
    a kid I came across this recipe for bacon fat cookies. They were made with
    the leftover grease from bacon and were a gingersnap type cookie. Seems like
    we always had a can of bacon grease in the fridge, lol.
    >While it was baking a friend from another group and I got to talking about
    it and she asked me to post it if I liked it.<
    That's great, Tried-n-True recipes are always worth sharing
    I>> My boys are eating good, leftover raspberry parfait's, and now
    mashed
    potato cake. <<
    LOL, I know what you mean there, it seems like whenever I tighten the belt,
    I really cook Yummy stuff, lol. I love making parfaits too. I use the MYO
    Cool whip recipe on the site and layer puddings, sliced berries or fruit of
    some sort, and (almost) cool whip. Then put them in the fridge until after
    dinner. The other night I made a gingerbread and made peach shortcake on
    gingerbread. The kids had their buddies over and they seemed to really enjoy
    that. Dh wanted to know what made me think I could put peaches and ginger
    together, lol, but it was yummy. (Very Very Rich, but soooo good).
    G'night,
    liss
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