If you have cast iron and like coconut then you need to make this cast iron coconut cake. There are a whole lot of exotic ways to bake these days and some of them might just surprise you on how they will turn out when you are all done.
If you have never tried baking with coconut milk, then you are in for a treat. This recipe was designed to introduce the reader to the unique taste of coconut milk and cake that is topped with a Kahlua drizzle. The unique recipe for coconut cake with Kahlua drizzle is from Bev Cooks. She baked this cake using a cast iron skillet and coconut milk. I love cast iron cakes. I think up to now my favorite has been strawberry.
Did you know that a boxed cake mix will fit and bake in a cast iron skillet? It sure will and if you like a slice of cake that is not overpowered with sweetness from frosting, try a cake mix in a flavor you love baked in the cast iron skillet without any frosting. The cake is good it is just a little sweet and strawberry cake is so yummy this way. Just make the mix according to the box and pour the batter into the skillet put it in a preheated 350 degree oven and start checking it in about a half hour.
They usually take pretty close to the same amount of time as a 9x 13 cake pan does. If you are gluten free then you can try this Gluten Free Cast Iron Skillet Chocolate Cake Recipe. The recipe is presented in a way that makes it really easy to read and follow.
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