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Ninety-Six Hour Cake

Rated as 4.33 out of 5 Stars
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"This is an easy, and unusual recipe that has been very popular at our house. You can use a white cake or yellow cake. Be sure to cut it with a sharp knife."
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Ingredients

4 d servings 607
Original recipe yields 12 servings (1 - 4 layer 9 inch cake)

Directions

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  1. Prepare and bake cake mix according to package directions for 2 - 9 inch layers. Cool cake completely.
  2. With a long serrated knife, cut each layer in half horizontally to make 4 layers. set aside.
  3. In a large bowl, mix the confectioners' sugar, sour cream, and coconut. Spread between layers, and on top, but not on the sides of cake. Place in large container with cover, or wrap in plastic, and place in refrigerator for four days before serving.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 607 calories; 31.3 79.6 5.2 18 490 Full nutrition

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First tasted this cake back in the 1960's, and it is definitely a keeper. We always used the fresh frozen coconut (which may be what is called for in this recipe) but if it's not, let me recomm...

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I have to agree with the previous reviewer. This cake is just okay and definitely not worth waiting 4 days to eat. I was disappointed in this recipe. It just tasted like a box coconut cake re...

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First tasted this cake back in the 1960's, and it is definitely a keeper. We always used the fresh frozen coconut (which may be what is called for in this recipe) but if it's not, let me recomm...

I have to agree with the previous reviewer. This cake is just okay and definitely not worth waiting 4 days to eat. I was disappointed in this recipe. It just tasted like a box coconut cake re...

My mother first made this cake many years ago, and it has been popular in our family ever since, especially at Christmas. Waiting the four days to serve it really does improve the flavor.

The cake wasn't bad, but definitely wasn't worth waiting four days for. I actually tasted small pieces after each 24hour period and I found no difference in taste or moistness from day 1 to day...

This is the cake my grandmother always had in the frig in the basement for when I came to visit. It is SO MOIST and so easy to make. Also note, this cake freezes well - thaw in the frig for one ...

I grew up eating this cake and I will soon be 64. It has always been a favorite around my Mom's house. What she did different was mix the sour cream and coconut and powdered sugar and put it i...