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from NY, USA 2 Sticks butter or margarine 1 c Sugar 1 c Sour cream OR 1 pk 8 0z cream cheese 3 lg Eggs 2 ts Vanilla Or other tuiti-fruti flavor 1 c Mini jelly beans ( omit black/licorice ones ) 1/2 c Coconut (optional ) 2 cups flour 1 ts Baking soda ( see note ) 1 ts Baking powder (see note ) Dash salt Colored sugar for garnish This is a nice colorful cake for Spring or Easter. I happen to love jelly beans and changed a recipe I found on the Net to make this one! A nice confetti type appearance when sliced. Chop jelly beans into small pieces ( by hand or food processor with steel blade ) Toss with a bit of flour to coat. Set aside. Beat butter or margarine ( and cream cheese if using ) with sugar until fluffy. Beat in extract, eggs and sour cream until smooth. Combine flour, baking soda, baking powder and salt and blend into creamed mixture. Reserve one cup plain batter and stir in jelly bean mixture ( and coconut if using ) to remaining batter. Grease and flour a bundt pan very well. Place and smooth 1 cup batter into pan and add remaining batter and smooth top. Bake 325F about one hour or tested done and top springs back when lightly touched with finger. Cool on rack 15 minutes and carefully invert onto serving plate. Cool completely. Dust with powdered sugar or fine colored decorators sugar or frost with pastel colored powder sugar frosting. Note: if using cream cheese use 2 tsp baking powder and omit baking soda. If using sour cream use both the baking soda and the baking powder. Joan,Larry and Cosmo the cutie dog Visit our Culinary And Baking Adventures http://www.pipeline.com/~rosskat/

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2 Sticks
butter or margarine
1 c
Sugar
1 c
Sour cream
OR
1 pk 8 0z
cream cheese
3 lg
Eggs
2 ts
Vanilla Or other tuiti-fruti flavor
1 c Mini
jelly beans ( omit black/licorice ones )
1/2 c
Coconut (optional )
2 cups
flour
1 ts
Baking soda ( see note )
1 ts
Baking powder (see note )
Dash salt
Colored
sugar for garnish

This is a nice colorful
cake for Spring or Easter. I happen to love jelly beans and changed a recipe I found on the Net to make this one! A nice confetti type appearance when sliced.

Chop jelly beans into small pieces ( by hand or food processor with steel blade ) Toss with a bit of flour to coat. Set aside. Beat butter or margarine ( and
cream cheese if using ) with sugar until fluffy. Beat in extract, eggs and
sour cream until smooth.

Combine flour,
baking soda, baking powder and salt and blend into creamed mixture. Reserve one cup plain batter and stir in jelly bean mixture ( and coconut if using ) to remaining batter. Grease and flour a bundt pan very well. Place and smooth 1 cup batter into pan and add remaining batter and smooth top. Bake 325F about one hour or tested done and top springs back when lightly touched with finger. Cool on rack 15 minutes and carefully invert onto serving plate. Cool completely. Dust with powdered sugar or fine colored decorators sugar or frost with pastel colored powder sugar frosting.

Note:
if using
cream cheese use 2 tsp baking powder and omit baking soda. If using
sour cream use both the baking soda and the baking powder.

Joan,Larry and Cosmo the cutie dog
Visit our Culinary And
Baking Adventures
http://www.pipeline.com/~rosskat/



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