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Strawberry-Swirl Cake

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Compliments follow this strawberry cake everywhere it goes: moist, airy, refreshing, sweet. And might we add, easy.
35 min
1 hr 45 min
16 servings
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Soooooooo good!! I used fat free sour cream and fat free cool whip and it did fine. I did sweeten the strawberries with splenda and poked some holes in the cake layers and spooned some juice over them in order to help the cake be moist.
I am usually pretty skeptical about making things just because of reviews but I must admit that this was AWESOME. My hubby and all his friends loved it not to mention how much I liked it. The frosting tips they give are awesome and the frosting is SOOOO good. It was easy fast and really good.
Loved this cake! Easy to make,family loved it. I will make this again and again!
This cake was yummy. I see myself making it often for special occasions or just because it's so good
I made it for my daughters birthday, every-one loved it and it is easy to make.
I love this recipe, it is so easy to make. I have made this cake several times and everytime its a big favourite. All my friends want the recipe.
alittle dry
I made this for my daughters birthday. It was wonderful. Except next time im going to swirl the pink into the white batter. The half and half thing made my cake come out extremely uneven. (the pink didnt rise as much as the white probabaly because of the jellos density). And the jello portion did stick to the pan but it was sooo worth it. I whipped up some cream cheese frosting from scratch to use. It was delicious!
Made this cake twice. The second time I made it my way, by putting the vanilla cake mix in the pans and then dropping in the strawberry in by spoonfuls and then swirling the two together. It came out great the second time because with the first cake with putting pink in one half the pan and vanilla in the other half it cooked unevenly even though I mixed it. One half of the cake did not rise as much as the other half. Did not look good even though it tasted great.
I made this for my sons birthday and everyone LOVED it! I had a really tough time with the jello part of the batter sticking to the pan when it was done. I have made it twice more since experimenting and have determined that putting most of the white on bottom, then the pink and then drizzle the rest of the white and swirl will make it not stick so much and still has the marbled look.
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