This Jamaican cake became famous in the U.S. after being featured in Southern Living in 1978.
The Icebox Cake, a 1920s and '30s classic, is a no-bake dessert.
The Chocolate Cake Roll, also known as the Swiss Roll, has been gracing dessert tables all over the world for hundreds of years.
This Easy Pineapple Upside-Down Cake is created using a packaged cake mix.
Yellow Cake with Chocolate Frosting is delicious. Yellow cake and handmade chocolate icing are dessert paradise.
Hot Milk Cake, prepared with milk, butter, and sugar, became popular during the 1940s sugar rationing.
Sour cream replaces milk in this dessert dish from the 1700s.
If you're a fan of oatmeal cookies, then you have to try this mouthwatering recipe for oatmeal cake.
This dish combines crunchy walnuts and grated zucchini.
This 1959 Farm Journal's Country Cookbook dish calls for shredded carrots, vanilla essence, and cinnamon. We love... Cream cheese icing!
This old-fashioned orange juice cake utilises orange zest, boxed yellow cake mix, and an orange frosting.
This is a new dessert you should try. This recipe for Bavarian potato coffee cake originally appeared in one of Imperial Sugar's antique cookbooks.
The fluffy, sweet cake initially appeared in 1800s cookbooks. This healthier adaptation uses less sugar than the original recipe.
Coca-Cola may sound like an unexpected ingredient for a birthday cake, but in the 1960s and '70s, it was all the rage.
If you're looking for a fun cake recipe that combines two must-have flavors—rich chocolate and cool peppermint—then look no further.