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Holiday Poke Cake

Holiday Poke Cake recipe
photo by:kraft
Get an answer ready. Everyone will want to know how you did the stripes. Hope Santa doesn’t find out if you fib….
30 min
4 hr 30 min
16 servings
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I made this on Easter for my family. I used the grape and peach jello instead. The purple and yellowish-orange worked great for this holiday. The taste was great and was a big hit.
I have also made this cake in a 13 x 9 cake pan. Used cherry jello and then put a can of cherry pie filling on top with the whipped topping on top of this. My husband loves this. It's great in the summer time. I have also done this with a lemon cake and lime jello, and then mixed a can of lemon pie filling in with the whipped topping and frosted the cake with it. It's really a cool, refreshing change for a dessert.
I made this for the 4th of July and used Berry Blue and Cherry because of the festive patriotic colors! I also topped the cake with blueberries and strawberries. The colors and flavors are almost limitless! Get creative!
If you don't like heavy desserts than you will love this cake. There are so many different flavors of Jello that it can be different every time.
It is very light and good. I used lite cool whip and it was every where. I suggest using the regular cool whip.
This poke cake tastes great! The kids like it all by its self, without icing. Very easy to make and looks festive for the holidays.
I always make this for the girls in the office since it is cool whip icing it is not real sweet and fun to snack on all day!
This recipe was easy and the cake turned out amazing! I was afraid while it was chilling that the Jell-O would dye the entire cake green and red, but it turned out just like the picture. The lime was a little tangy but still delicious. I sprinkled the bottom of the cake platter with powdered sugar before putting the cake down. This made it look pretty and the bottom of the cake soaked up the powdered sugar! YUM!!! I think this would be good with peach Jell-O & fresh sliced peaches or pineapple Jell-O with pineapple slices. I will definitely be making this one again!!!
It looks like it would be very good and easy to make. I am planning to make it for my family dinner this weekend.
I found this recipe last year ans made it. My family loved it, so I will be making this cake every christmas. Very easy to make and put together.
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