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Vanilla Wafer Cake II

Rated as 4.5 out of 5 Stars

"This cake uses crushed cookies instead of flour. It is a great cake for kids: they will love crushing all those cookies."
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Ingredients

servings 587
Original recipe yields 12 servings (1 bundt cake)

Directions

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  1. Preheat oven to 300 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease and flour a bundt pan.
  2. Cream butter or margarine; add sugar, and beat until smooth. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Stir in crushed vanilla wafers alternately with milk. Add coconut and pecans, and mix until blended. Pour batter into prepared pan.
  3. Bake for 1 1/2 hours. Cool.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 587 calories; 35.3 64.9 6.3 134 287 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

This can also be made with graham crackers and "Splenda" sweetener. I have used bananas instead of coconut when not on hand.It stores well in freezer. I have not tried the low fat vanilla waffer...

Most helpful critical review

I baked it twice and made a cream cheese frosting. The first time, I used a bundt pan. It stuck to the bottom (even though I greased and floured heavily). I substituted 2 bananas for the coconut...

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This can also be made with graham crackers and "Splenda" sweetener. I have used bananas instead of coconut when not on hand.It stores well in freezer. I have not tried the low fat vanilla waffer...

This was the first cake ( one of two- the cinnamon chocolate cake was fabulous too!), that i baked from scratch and it was a hit at Thanksgiving dinner as well as at work. SO MOIST! It was gre...

I baked it twice and made a cream cheese frosting. The first time, I used a bundt pan. It stuck to the bottom (even though I greased and floured heavily). I substituted 2 bananas for the coconut...

I mixed the wet ingredients in the food processor, added to the dry & finished up in no time. Unable to locate my bundt pan I baked it the full 90 mins in a 9" x 13" pyrex. Nice cookie crust & ...

This was great. The guys in my house loved it and ate it up before I could get a picture of it to post. I added some melted vanilla icing to it as well. Incidentally, it's great for breakfast.

Sorry, I didn't much care for this cake. First, it was a lot of trouble to crush the cookies (I used a blender), and second, it came out very 'wet,' dense, and was messy to eat. It did taste g...

This was pretty good. I made an almond/cream cheese glaze to pour over and sprinkled chopped pecans on top. I used cake release in my 'non-stick' pan, and it STILL stuck (luckily I was able to...

Very moist and dense cake. Reminds my hubby of applesauce cake. He loves it..I will make again and again. Thank you for the recipe.

In our Vanilla category, this recipe was the Best. Tasters liked the moist flavorful cake and the students loved crushing the cookies. Fun and Tasty!