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Jello Cake

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White cake with Jello of any flavor and cool whip topping

  • Hands-On Time: 50 Minutes
  • Total Time: 5 Hours
  • Servings: 10-12
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Ingredients

  • 1 WHITE cake mix.
  • 2 pkg. of Jello mix (not pudding) any flavor
  • 1 container of Cool whip (tub not can, or home made)
  • fruit as desired ( i use fruit that goes with the jello i pick at the time )

Baking Instructions

  1. Make white cake as directed, as soon as it cools poke holes with a small stick through out the cake. Make Jello as directed. Pour jello over the cake and let sit in the fridge for 2-3 hours. Once cooled completely cover with Cool Whip. I then cut up fruit and lay it across the whole cake.

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How to make your cake super moist

How to make your cake super moist

When you blend your Duncan Hines Cake Mix with eggs and vegetable oil replace the water with milk, it makes your cake very moist and delicious.


Butter Cakes

Butter Cakes

I find that any of the cake mixes can be enhanced and made richer by using 1 stick of butter subbed for the oil in most of the recipes. I cream the butter first and then add the eggs and mix till fairly smooth. Then I add the mix and water a little at a time till the consistency is smooth and light. I usually cut the water by as much as a 1/8 cup. Bake as usual. You'll find that the cake is more like a sponge cake with half the trouble and ingredients.





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