Sunbeam Victory Cake


With the present sugar rationing in mind. Mrs. E. L. Sisk, Eagledale, found and tried a sugarless cake.  Because she found it very satisfactory, she called The Review and suggested that we pass it on to you.  You’ll need either an electric mixer or a strong right arm.


Cream rapidly for one minute:

            ½ cup shortening and

            2 teas. Grated orange rind


Beat in gradually:

            1 cup white corn syrup


Sift together:

            2 ¼ cups flour

            2 ¾ teas. baking powder

            ¼ teas. salt


Add ¼ of flour to first mixture beating rapidly

Add: 2 unbeaten eggs, one at a time, beating one minute after each.


Fold in remaining flour alternately with ½ cup milk, 1 ½ teas. vanilla.  Bake in two 8 inch layer pans in a moderate 350 degree over for 30 minutes.




Add 1/8 teas. salt to 1 egg white; beat until stiff.

Add gradually, beating constantly: ½ cup white corn syrup.  Beat until it holds a peak.

Add ¼ teas. lemon flavor and ¼ teas. almond flavor.



From the Bainbridge Review, May 7, 1942

Hats off to History is a fundraiser for the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum