A St. Louis original, this cake starts out with a yellow cake mix and bakes up moist and delicious.
A light, creamy sponge cake filled with pastry cream and topped off with fresh whipped cream.
The classic and much-loved Southern cake.
This dessert (best eaten within 2 days) is ideal with flavorful small local berries. If using big supermarket berries, cut them into halves or quarters and sprinkle with a bit of sugar to bring out their flavor.
This herb-flavored Angel Food Cake cries out for a scoop of strawberry ice cream.
An Orange Butter Frosting, gum drops and marshmallows decorate this light and lemony angel food cake.
The flavor of Christmas candy canes makes this snowy white cake as delicious to eat as it looks.
Use the smallest strawberries you can find in this cake, or cut larger ones in half.
Frosted and decorated with candies, this cake is moist and tender.
The quintessential Holiday-time bundt for serving with hot coffee on the morning after the big repast.