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Beautiful Butterfly Cake

Beautiful Butterfly Cake recipe
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I made this and a famly member took a chunck out of the top of one of the wings so it had rounded wings on top and at the bottom. I thought it looked better that way.
posted by
RLynnKelly
on 4/5/2010
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 45 min
servings
total:
16 servings, one piece each
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posted:
3/16/2005
This was great!!! Cool Whip now comes flavored in strawberry...so no tinting is required!!! I used strawberry jam instead of raspberry and it turned out wonderful. I plan on making this again, this time for easter!!!
posted:
3/16/2005
I'd like to suggest ladyfingers for the "body" of the butterfly. I think they'd be easier to deal with than stacked Oreos. They could be frosted with chocolate frosting to make the body dark. My three granddaughters are visiting for Easter, and we'll make this cake together!! GREAT fun!
posted:
3/16/2005
This is SUPER !!!!!! i have been looking for an original cake for my daughters 9 th b-day party and this is IT!!!!! She loves butterflies and lemon so thevarriation will be sweeeeeeet!! for her (she doesnt like chocolate) thanks!!!!!!
posted:
3/16/2005
WOW! Hats off to the creator! Just in time for spring! Very cleaver and cute. I am very impressed. Thank you for sharing a bright, fun new idea.
posted:
3/15/2005
this is the best recipe I have came along in a long time it is so cute im going to make this very soon it looks great
posted:
3/14/2005
i had to make this recipe as an assignment for class, and it was great! the only thing was that as i was making it, i started to get kind of frustrated and very worried because i thought that i had forgotten to get the icing or something to go on top. But i soon figured out that the cool-whip was the topping! whoops!
posted:
3/12/2005
My Grand-daughter loved this cake. However instead of using the large Oreo's for the body I used 4 Twinkies. Using icing to hold the top two to the bottom two. Made the cake easier to cut.
posted:
3/11/2005
this is sooooooo cute i love it!!!!!!
posted:
1/28/2005
My 11 year old daughter and I made this cake last night for her birthday party. We used Chocolate Cake and Chocolage whipped frosting (choc cool whip would have been easier to spread). We had such a good time decorating it and it looks really super!!! I love a recipe that is kid friendly and looks impressive!!!! We are all about presentation.
posted:
1/17/2005
This cake was DELICIOUS. It was so cute and very easy too. The best thing about it was it wasn't too sweet. Using cool-whip made the cake taste just right. Great for kids because the sugar content isn't as high because you use cool-whip.
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