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Lemon Pudding Cake with Cool Whip Frosting

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A delicious cake that my wonderful mother always made and everyone enjoyed is a Duncan Hines Lemon Pound Bundt Cake with lemon pudding and Cool Whip.

  • Hands-On Time: 30 Minutes
  • Total Time: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
  • Servings:
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Ingredients

  • 1 Duncan Hines Lemon Supreme Cake - ingredients and directions as made according to the pound cake instructions
  • 1 Box instant Lemon Pudding
  • 1 container Cool Whip

Baking Instructions

  1. Bake Duncan Hines Lemon Supreme cake according to instructions in a 10 inch bundt pan.
  2. Cook instant pudding according to instructions and thaw cool whip
  3. When cake is completely cooled, cut into 3 horizontal sections. Layer each with pudding and place each cut piece back on cake. Keep some of the pudding to place on top of frosted cake.
  4. Frost all of the cake with cool whip.
  5. Place dallops of lemon pudding on the top of the cake.
  6. Keep cake chilled until ready to serve and enjoy!!!

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make it lighter

I've found out through the years that sifting the mix adds a lightness to the cake layers. I knew it was great for scratch cakes, so I went for it. darn if it didn't work.


Juice or Milk for Water

Juice or Milk for Water

You can substitute juice or milk instead of water in cakes. However, follow these precautionary measures: For juice, you may only use fresh. Canned juices contain methyl silicone that can prevent cakes from rising to their full potential. Fresh juice should be used in ratio with water to avoid a dry, coarse texture. For milk, use the exact amount specified by the recipe.





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