Dangerously Good Texas Tornado Cake
Dangerously Good Texas Tornado Cake will rock your world. This easy cake recipe is unlike anything that you've ever tried before. It's so incredibly easy to throw together even though it surprisingly doesn't call for cake mix. The best part about this dump cake recipe, however, isn't the cake at all! It's the boiled coconut icing that really "takes the cake." The icing is wonderfully gooey and really complements the warm flavors of this Texas Tornado cake. You'll love the use of an assortment of flavors, textures and ingredients in this cake. It's just too good to miss! This recipe also serves 15, making it the perfect recipe to bring to your next potluck or other get-together.
Preparation Time10 min
Cooking Time40 min
Cooking Vessel Size9 x 13-inch Baking Dish
More Recipes from Texas
As the saying goes, everything is bigger in Texas — and that's certainly true of the desserts, too! The following dessert recipes are either from the Lone Star state or are inspired by it. Whether you're looking for something new to serve at your next get-together or just want to explore the desserts of Texas, these recipes are sure to hit the spot. Grab a spoon and dig in, because you'll want to make these recipes! Many of these recipes can be used to serve a crowd, too, so entertaining will be a breeze when you include these desserts on the menu. Just don't expect any leftovers!
Texas Peach Cobbler: When peaches are in season, give this easy cobbler recipe a try. You'll be glad you did!
Classic Texas Sheet Cake: What's a list of recipes from Texas without the sheet cake? This one is definitely a keeper.
Texas Style Banana Crumb Muffins: If you're always on the go, then you'll want to keep these hearty and delicious muffins on hand. These are big on flavor, too.
Irresistible Pecan Pie: Creamy and decadent, this pecan pie is a must-have addition to your next holiday party. You'll want to slice this pie in smaller-than-usual slices — it's rich!
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