Now that I am getting settled in my house, I am anxious to get some new recipes posted. But I wanted to check and see who actually still checks my food blog. I have a GIVEAWAY planned, but I wanted to see how many people still follow me. If you do, would you please leave a comment. And maybe even tell me why you like to look at this blog.
Thursday, March 22, 2012
1 White Cake Mix
1 pkg. jello (4-serving size) Your favorite kind!
Dissolve Jello in 3/4 cup boiling water. Then add 1/2 cup cold water. Set aside. Mix and bake cake as directed on cake package. Cool cake for 20 minutes. Poke holes in top of cake. (I used a fork). Pour jello over cake making sure you pour it over the holes you made. Refrigerate cake for 3-4 hours. Frost with cool whip, buttercream frosting, or some other really creamy light and fluffy frosting! ENJOY!
*This cake was my Daughters Birthday Cake. She is past wanting the barbie cakes. Adding the jello in the cake made it so the kids ate the cake too and not just the frosting! It's a very light and refreshing cake.
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