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This cake is aptly named, because my own granny or nana as I called her, made it often. It’s an easy sheet cake that features juicy pineapple, crunchy walnuts and tantalizing brown sugar to name just a few items. Of course, it’s named Granny Cake! It’s quick and easy to throw together, and it can even be topped with icing should you so choose to take on that challenge! Actually it’s effortless.
Whenever I make this I keep part of it frosting-free for me. I like to have it with my coffee in the morning. The rest of the family loves a cream cheese icing on it and they eat it up, even with walnuts! As this recipe has been around awhile and traveling from recipe box to recipe box, I am pretty sure it’s popular in many a household. If it’s not in yours yet, I highly recommend it!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Allrecipes
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Quick tip: This cake is best served fresh out of the oven and goes wonderful with coffee or hot tea.