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I've been making this recipe for years. My DH favorite. I use almond extract in place of vanilla and add a few green food color drops to cake batter. Its always a hit!
delicious and moist!
I made this last night for our St. Patrick's dinner. It was good, everyone liked it. I cooked mine for 55 minutes and wish I took it out at 50. If you make this, check it early. It's supposed to be very moist, so your tester won't come out completely clean.
Made this last night for our St. Paddy's day luncheon today at work. Everyone liked it, asked for recipe. I'd probably make it next time for breakfast or brunch.
Great St. Patricks dessert. Very, very moist. Pretty with green colored sugar.
I also added green food coloring to the glaze and topped it with a light sprinkle of green-colored sugar. My little leprechauns couldn't stay away from it. It lasted MAYBE two days! Thanks for a delicious (and easy) way to make my family smile. :)
I made thjis for St Paddy's day. Made the the glaze green with additon of several drops of food coloring. TY for another moist and easy boxed cake recipe.... will make again next yr!
I am late getting in this review but I made this cake for St. Patrick's Day. It had a lovely green color and was very moist. The icing was rich and creamy. A perfect "green" holiday dessert. Thanks.
I made this today, it is very moist. I know everyone will love it too. I just hope I don't eat the whole cake before they get home.