Hot milk cake

Hot milk cake is a traditional two-layer cake, possibly from the Mid-Atlantic United States. A recipe dating to 1955 from Ruth Ellen Church, a former food editor for the Chicago Tribune can be found in the publication's archives. Church also used the pen name Mary Meade. It has mocha-flavored icing, and is moist and delicate.


Hot milk cake is a traditional two-layer cake, possibly from the Mid-Atlantic United States. A recipe dating to 1955 from Ruth Ellen Church, a former food editor for the Chicago Tribune can be found in the publication's archives. Church also used the pen name Mary Meade. It has mocha-flavored icing, and is moist and delicate.
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