The Cat Artur Cake. Revised. Kass Arturi kook


Estonia has not linked with the corn. We have too cold climate to grow maize.
In 1953 was Soviet Union leader Nikita Khrushchev (Hruštšov). He was an interesting type. Made efforts to turn rivers upside down and grow corn everywhere. Even in the North.
So, Estonian farmers tried to grow corn, and the result was, that corn crown ca 30 cm in length. Suitable only for animal fodder 🙂

In 80s year was in Estonia very popular children  TV show
” Saturday Evening with Daddy”. Presenters were uncle Raivo and big fat red cat Artur.

Cat Artur

And in this show was presented and introduced The Cat Artur Cake.  This was very simple but an extra sweet combination from special toffee candies and sweet corn sticks.
I am not very sure that you have both of them in your country, so I did a revised version.  (And this is less sweet and even better 🙂 :).)

Original Sweet Corn Sticks

The Revised Cat Artur Cake

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Print

A retro cake from 80s

kass artur (8)


  • ca 50 g popped corn
  • 180 g caramel sweet boiled condensed milk (dulce de leche)
  • 50 g butter


  1. In a thick bottom, pot melts butter and add boiled condensed milk. At a very low temperature, cook ca 15 minutes, constantly stirring while the mixture is thick and separates from the pot.
  2. Mix together popped corn and butter-caramel mixture
  3. Pour into the baking paper and wrap in
  4. Refrigerate for at least 4 hours or overnight.

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13 thoughts on “The Cat Artur Cake. Revised. Kass Arturi kook

  1. I loved reading the story behind the recipe.. The revised version of Cat Arthur cake sounds really great… thanks for sharing this cute cake recipe with all of us..Definitely this is going to my TO DO LIST…
    Happy Fiesta Friday 😊


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