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Halloween Pudding Cake

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Makes: 10-15 servings Total Time: 2 hr 30 min
Category: Desserts Sub Category: Cakes

what you need
  • 2 boxes Dunkin Hines cake mix (any flavor)follow directions on box to make cakes
  • 1 large box chocolate pudding
  • 2 large containers Betty Crocker chocolate whipped frosting
  • 1/2 cup shredded coconut
  • Green food coloring
  • 6 light brown cookies
  • Extra cookies (to make head stones) preferably oblong shape
  • White writing gel
make it
Start by making your cakes as instructed on box using two 13x9 inch Pyrex lightly oil and flour pans (using cooking spray works best). Let cool. Make your pudding so it’s ready for the cake (follow instructions on box using the pie instructions so it’s thicker).

Take bottom cake and cut out about 1/2 inch of top layer of the cake save an edge around the cake. Now put pudding on the top of the cake that you just cut. Now put your second layer on your cake. Frost your cakes as you normally would.

Take as many as you wish (about 10 oblong cookies) and stick then in your cake then frost them. Now write R.I.P on them or spell out someone’s name or Happy Halloween. Take the coconut and mix with food color to desired color of green. Crush the 6 light colored cookies. Take your colored coconut and put it along the sides of your cake resemble grass. Take some more colored coconut and add around some of the gravestones and sporadically around cake. Now take cookie crumbs and add to top of cake to resemble light colored dirt.
Notes
You can add small skeletons or fake spiders (little rings) to make it look better on top of your cake.
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