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Strawberry Key Lime Bundt

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This key lime bundt cake, drizzled with strawberry shortcake frosting, makes for a tangy twist on a classic dessert.

  • Hands-On Time: 10 Minutes
  • Total Time: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
  • Servings: 10 to 12 servings
  • Difficulty: Super Simple
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Ingredients


Baking Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Grease and flour a Bundt pan.
  2. Mix french vanilla cake mix, pudding mix, eggs, vegetable oil, key lime juice and water. Fold lime zest into the batter.
  3. Pour cake batter into prepared pan. Fill pan no more than ⅔ full. Depending on your pan size, you may have leftover batter.
  4. Bake 30 to 35 minutes or until toothpick inserted into cake comes out clean.
  5. Let cake cool completely and turn it out of pan.
  6. Pour packet of strawberry shortcake flavor mix into can of frosting starter. Stir until evenly blended.
  7. Melt the strawberry shortcake frosting you just created in the microwave in 5-second bursts until just melted enough to pour as a thick glaze.
  8. Pour over top of Bundt cake. Let frosting set for up to 10 minutes and serve.
  9. Tip:
  10. You can also frost the Bundt cake with the Strawberry Shortcake frosting without melting the frosting into a glaze.

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Choosing Cookie Sheets

Choosing Cookie Sheets

For baking cookies, non-stick baking sheets with not too dark a finish are generally a good choice. If you use non-stick baking sheets, watch carefully or your cookies may brown quickly. Shiny aluminum sheets will tend to produce soft-bottomed crusts with more even browning. Dark carbon-steel sheets will absorb heat and create crisp crusts.


Crisco over Pam

Crisco over Pam

I just recently found out. IF you are baking a cake it is better to you Crisco over Pam, simply because Pam has a better chance of letting your cake stick to the pan. But rubbing Crisco over ALL sections of the pan will limit chances for cake crumbling and sticking. -Passionate_Baker





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