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Spring Flower Cake

Spring Flower Cake recipe
photo by:kraft
love this. a great idea
posted by
Finessew
on 4/23/2012
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
4/16/2006
I made this for easter for my young daughter, and she loved it. She kept going and getting more. I found it to be very tasteful. Something I would definately make again.
posted:
8/12/2005
mmm
posted:
8/11/2005
I have made these to a small gathering of friends...and I tell you it was a " BIG-HIT !!" every body loved the fresh fruits, berries etc not to mention the coconut to add on the flavor... honeslty, this is now a special requests for any gathering... and it doesnt bother me for its so easy! thanks krafts-family !!!
posted:
5/12/2005
I have made this cake several times, varying the color for the occasion. Everyone loves it and they are all shocked when they find out how easy the preparation is.
posted:
4/16/2005
Simple and fresh looking. I made this the other day to take to family. I happened to have a angel food cake and some strawberries, the rest were items that were usually on hand. It took all of 10 minutes and received raves. Family thought I had bought it at the bakery it was so pretty. Thank you Kraft.
posted:
4/15/2005
Very easy and quick and not to sweet!!!! Will make again!!!
posted:
4/12/2005
Very easy and yummy. Cake starting to fall a bit since it wasn't served right away.
posted:
4/10/2005
QUICK AND EASY AND DELICIOUS, TOO.
posted:
4/8/2005
I really like how simple this cake is, but it looks like you spent all day on it!! I made it for a tea-party and it was a hit! Thanks
posted:
4/7/2005
The cake was very good as it is written, but we added a bit to it. We didn't have any trouble having the cake hold the "flower" shape. If a "petal" or slice tried to fall back in to place we just stuffed a strawberry under it to tip it back. We also sliced the strawberries a bit smaller and stirred in enough sugar to cover the berries well and let them sit until they formed a syrup. Then we filled the cake with the syrup mixture, topped with more coolwhip and a couple whole strawberries and mint leaves for looks. Chilled it for a few more minutes before serving. It turned out great and everyone loved it. There wasn't any left to worry about putting back in the fridge for storage.
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