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Saturday, April 16, 2011

Good Old Jello Poke Cake

Making jello poke cake is as easy as a summer breeze. Perfect dessert for parties or backyard barbecues.
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Since I will be making this cake this weekend for visiting family, I thought I would share this old post with you.

All you have to do is bake a cake as usual and let cool. You can do a sheet cake or two rounds like I did. Once cooled, poke holes all over the cake and dissolve one 3oz. box of jello into 2 cups of boiling water and pour over the cake. Refrigerate at least three hours and place the bottom of the cake pan in warm water before you flip the cake out of the pan. Then frost with whipped cream. I used real whipping cream but you could use Cool Whip if you would prefer. I put sliced strawberries between the layers and garnished with berries on top. Keep refrigerated until serving.


Kris said...

I haven't made one of those is years..but what a delightful and refreshing spring cake that will be to welcome your sister!

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

My mom used to make this cake all the time. She loved to use pineapple jello and cool whip and put coconut on top. It was delicious!

acorn hollow said...

I haven't thought about this cake in forever.
It is so yummy.

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

I have never had one of these! It sounds hard to make, though.

Mom to Many said...

Looks YUMMY!

Teresa@oursoutherncountryhomeandfarm said...

I have never heard of such, but I bet my hubby would love this. It sounds easy enough, so I just may try it. Thanks for stopping by earlier.

Smile Steady said...

I've never heard of this. I'd love to see what the inside looks like!

Cindy said...

I have never made one of these, but I think I will try it. It looks especially good with whipped cream on top. And strawberries, yum!

Marie said...

Oh my goodness! That cake looks incredibly yummy delicious! I just want to grab a piece.

Happy SOYCM!

Karie's Chic Creations said...

Oh it looks so yummy. I have made one of these cakes. Thanks for sharing. Karie

Val said...

I heart Jello Poke much. Yours looks wonderful!

LV said...

Even if it is early here, I would take a big slice of that cake. It really makes your mouth water.

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The Tablescaper said...

This sounds like a crazy fun cake.

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Little Brick Ranch said...

YUM!! I want to tear into that and see what the inside look like!!

This would be perfect for my Foodie Friday linky party - stop by this week and link up!

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Little Brick Ranch said...

Thanks for linking up to Foodie Friday! I hope to see you again next week!!

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