If I had a slice of this caramel cake in my lunchbox as a kid you can bet your bottom dollar I wouldn’t be trading it for a Little Debbie’s snack.
There is nothing like enjoying the sweet treats of yesteryear. This vintage caramel cake is a classic recipe from the 1940’s. Picture your grandma mixing up the batter and frosting the baked confection after it cools in her vintage kitchen. What a warm and inviting atmosphere it would have been! Now, picture yourself as a little child being scooted up to the table getting ready to dig into a slice of this glorious cake. Yum!
Okay, now it’s time to transport ourselves back to the present. I know, I know, it’s hard to leave such a pleasant memory of grandma and good food. But, never fear! You can make this classic caramel cake in your own kitchen right now! Just follow the simple directions on the next page and let me know how your vintage caramel cake from the 1940’s turns out in the comments. Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: I like to eat this classic cake with vanilla ice cream.