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Jello Cake

MerriSue Kepple Recipe shared by:
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This is a very simple receipe and it is very good. It is a big hit with my family and I am making it for a friends birthday party.

  • Hands-On Time:1 Hour
  • Total Time: 7 Hours
  • Servings:
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Ingredients

  • 1 Duncan Hines white or yellow cake mix
  • 1 package Jello, any flavor you choose, I prefer strawberry or raspberry
  • 1 container cool whip, small or large, depending on the size of the cake.

Baking Instructions

  1. Follow directions on the cake mix box for making the cake.
  2. When the cake has cooled completely, take a regular table fork and poke holes in the cake across and down. When poking the holes you can space then as far apart as you want to.
  3. Dissolve the Jello according to the directions.
  4. After the jello is dissolved slowly, by the Tablespoons, pour it over the top of the cake so the jello fills the holes.
  5. Refrigerate the cake up to 6 hours for the jello to set.
  6. Next spread Cool Whip or regular vanilla frosting over the cake.
  7. You can then add berries, or sprinkles, or whatever topping you like.

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Measuring Ingredients

Measuring Ingredients

Dry ingredients and liquids should be measured accurately to ensure perfect cookies. For dry ingredients, always use a dry measuring cup. Spoon the ingredients into the measuring cup and ‘cut it' or level off with the straight edge of a knife. Liquids should be measured by holding the cup at eye level.


Pan liners

Pan liners

If you have those wonderfully handy parchment sheets, create a "sling" by letting the ends hang over the sides of the pan (13x9) After the brownies cool they are easily lifted out to be cut on your cutting board! Parchment also cuts time off cookie baking, since ythere's no greasing and they can be reused!





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