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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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when icing a cake be sure to do a dirty icing. What's a dirty icing? A dirty icing is a pre-layer of icing, to keep all of the cake crumbles in place. This is necessary because if you don't do a pre-layer, cake crumbles will be visible on the top layer of icing, making your cake look less appealing.





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