Old Fashioned Molasses Stack Cake


Hello everyone!  I know for those of you who have been reading my blog for a while, this cake is nothing new.  This is the first time though I have managed to get 7 layers.  Usually it is 6.  Yeah, me!!  This recipe comes from my aunt who made the best stack cakes EVER!

Saturday we went with the Horns to Grayson Highlands.  Guess what I got?


That’s right-molasses.  They make them fresh there every year and they are SO good.  Of course having fresh molasses makes me want to make stack cake especially when I have fresh made applebutter to go between the layers.  God is so good!


This was the view as we stepped out of the vehicle-so beautiful!!  It was a nice day.  Last year when we went it rained.  However, the rain must have kept lots of people away as it was much more crowded this time.


They also have a craft sale at the festival.   So much to look at.


Beautiful quilts!  We had a great time with great friends!  I hope you all enjoy your evening and God bless.

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  1. It sounds like you all had an amazing time! I am so happy for you all. You had my attention at the cakes. smile And the quilts are absolutely beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing them with all of us. Have a wonderful eveing and a lovely Friday. Sinerely, Mommy of two growing blessings & so much more!


  2. That looked like an awesome place to visit. I so miss the mountains. Praying to get up there in a few weeks when the leaves start to turn. My hubby is very fond of your version of a stack cake,only with apples. I have yet been able to make one like his Mama.

    Have a blessed LORD’s Day!

    Matthew 6:33


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