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Comstock Cake Trifle

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Did your cake not turn out as expected? It’s not a waste! Build a simple fruit trifle in a fancy glass and everyone will be impressed.

  • Hands-On Time: 10 Minutes
  • Total Time: 50 Minutes
  • Servings: Varies
  • Difficulty: Super Simple
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Ingredients

  • 1 box Duncan Hines French Vanilla cake mix
  • 1 can Comstock or Wilderness Cherry Fruit Filling
  • 1 container Cream Cheese frosting

Baking Instructions

  1. Bake the cake as directed on the box. Let it cool and crumble it into bite-sized chunks.
  2. Fill a glass with some cake, a few spoons of frosting and fruit filling.
  3. Serve and enjoy!

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Tips

Parchment paper

Parchment paper

Parchment paper is the best friend a baker can have. Just line those cookie sheets with a sheet of parchment paper and place the cookies on the sheet the way you usually do. You will find that the cookies slip right off the paper, and you can re-use it to bake another batch. No more greasing the pan. King Arthur sells it already cut in sizes that fit a cookie pan, or you can buy it on a roll in the grocery store. Use it to line the bottom of cake pans, too. Wonderful stuff.


Moist Cake with or without Pudding

Moist Cake with or without Pudding

I have always put my cake on the top rack center of oven, and placed a pan filled with water beneath it, and the cake comes out wonderful every time. so soft, fluffy and moist! I also occasionally add instant pudding (flavor appropriate of course) to the batter and bake as usual. It makes the cake have added body and it it still so moist.





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