Oh boy! Did I smile the other day as I read your thoughtful comments on my cookbook post. I’m so glad you enjoyed it, and I was taken by surprise by your enthusiasm over my sweet mother’s Milky Way Cake recipe, which she told me, truth-be-told, originally came from her sister, my Aunt Connie.
In that post, I showed the front of the recipe card as an example of how recipes are kept and sometimes handed down from mother to daughter–on index cards. I had numerous requests in the comments on the post to “turn the card over” so you could all see the rest of the instructions, and so dear readers, I have done as you asked.
Here is the other side of this “vintage” cake recipe.
And here also is a printable copy of the recipe–consider it an early Easter present from me. Here’s how to print it out: Right click on the recipe, click Save Image As, and save it to your photos. Then you can insert it into a Microsoft Word document and print it out. (To insert a photo or file from your photos into a Word document, click Insert, then click Picture, then click From File, then select the Milky Way Cake file.)
If you’d prefer to print out a version of my sweet mother’s handwritten recipe, here you go.
If you want to make a note of where it came from, you can write, “Adirondack Girl’s mother, Marge.” Enjoy friends!
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