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Luscious Lemon Poke Cake

Luscious Lemon Poke Cake recipe
photo by:kraft
You'll be tempted to tell everyone how easy it is to use JELL-O Gelatin to make this Luscious Lemon Poke Cake—that's up to you. We say let ’em wonder.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
4 hr 30 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
8/18/2004
Even the adults enjoyed this! A couple of them had seconds. Great hit with the little ones.
posted:
8/15/2004
MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS LOVES IT, AND I LIKE MAKING IT BECAUSE IT IS SO EASY TO MAKE. I EVEN TRIED MAKING IT WITH DIFFERENT FLAVORS. TRY TO USE STRAWBERRY INSTEAD OF LEMON AND PUT FRESH OR FROZEN STRAWBERRY.
posted:
8/13/2004
I thought the cake was pretty good, but I thought the cake was too crumbly. My mom thinks I stirred the batter too long. Next time I'll try not to stir the batter so long.
posted:
7/19/2004
However! Iam not a lemon person, but I did make the cake using strawberry jello, the new strawberry cool-whip,and plump juicy strawberries.YUM!YUM!YUM! rating this version 5 stars.
posted:
7/15/2004
this cake was so easy to make, i made it a 13x9 inch pan and used strawberry jello, it was just the best cake i ever eaten, and the coolwhip on top, just made it even more delicious want to try the lemon pudding poke cake too, i bet its just as good, thank you for the great recipe, kathi
posted:
7/13/2004
It is so special that I will make as for birthday cake also
posted:
7/12/2004
It is such a light and refreshing dessert for after any dinner or lunch.
posted:
7/11/2004
I made this recipe for a party I was invited to today. I was hesitant and skeptical, since I feared the cake would turn out a soggy mess. It was excellent, even though I made a mistake I won't repeat. I made the "fast-setting" jello recipe, and the gelatin poured over my 9" X 13" cake was thicker than it should have been and didn't penetrate deeply into the cake. It kinda' stayed on top and sides of the cake, and seeped only slightly into the poked holes. It was still delicious, moist and flavorful. Your recipe should be more clear to use the normal jello recipe. (I also used a yellow cake mix, and it was still strikingly pretty and tasty). Also, I wanted to liven up the Coolwhip so I added sprinkles to it just before serving. I was glad I waited, because the sprinkles just melted on the whipped topping, and would have looked unattractive had I sprinkled the decorations on earlier in the day.
posted:
7/10/2004
I also have made this recipe for many years. For a little added taste try mixing coconut in the whip cream. That just adds a little different texture.
posted:
7/10/2004
My family loved this and is so easy to make I tried othervariations such as raspberry jello and some fresh raspberries for garnish i have also tried strawberry and blackberry my favorite was the blackberry but my family loves them all
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