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A delicious cake. My only criticism is that Step 7 omits to mention placing the cake batter into the tin. Some of my topping fell off too, and I wonder if some of it could be sandwiched between two layers of batter before baking. I may try this next time....and there will be a next time. Thanks for posting Fairy.

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Daydream August 07, 2006

I made this over the weekend when I had a house full and it made a great cake to slice and just pick up and eat. Next time, I will press the cinnamon mixture into the dough. Most of it fell off, but it made for a tasty finish when cleaning off the plate.

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MawMaw Angela July 11, 2006

Ooh, easy & yummy. A fave with the kids. Thanks, Sistah!

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Elmotoo November 06, 2005

Very easy cake and so good! I used a combination of almonds, pecans, and walnuts for the nut mixture. Thank you FairyNuff!

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lauralie41 November 02, 2005

Delicious and very easy to make. I made this in a spring form pan, and I used chopped macadamia nuts. Thanks for sharing. Those I served it to loved it.

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bluemoon downunder October 29, 2005

Enjoy! Easy!I use hazelnut and walnuts!Baked for 1 hour. Tanks for dessert!

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Rita~ October 25, 2005
Cinnamon Picnic Cake