Melting all the butter at once and reserving half helps streamline things.
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Made it for my husband and the whole thing got eatin up! He loved it! great and easy recipe because it doesnt require a mixer. only complain is that it contains A LOT of butter!
You mean crumby cake. A flat, utterly tasteless cake, with waaaay too much flour in the crumb mixture so it, too had almost no taste. The crumb mixture was so thick and had proportionately so little butter, that it all fell off the "cake". My mother made a wonderful crumb cake with a moist buttery cake topped by a rich crumb topping which ever-so-slightly stuck together when cooked so that it was possible to eat it without the topping falling off. Unfortunately, the recipe got lost with her memory.
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