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Classic ANGEL FLAKE Coconut Cake

Classic ANGEL FLAKE Coconut Cake recipe
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Yellow cake, coconut and pudding are about to become BFFs. After one taste of this moist cake, you'll be convinced to make these three ingredients inseparable on your groc...read more
time
prep:
25 min
total:
2 hr 33 min
servings
total:
18 servings
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posted:
7/1/2008
What a fabulous cake! Having the cool whip as part of the frosting is a great way to keep it light and fluffy. I love this recipe!
posted:
6/29/2008
I made this cake for Father's Day. My dad loves coconut and he ate the whole thing almost by himself.
posted:
6/25/2008
I've made this cake twice now and everyone loves it! The second time I made it with a lemon cake mix and it was quite tasty. This is a recipe that I will keep using!
posted:
6/17/2008
This is the fifth time I have made this recipe.It is a HUGE hit at our house. One of our favourites.
posted:
6/7/2008
cake was fab for a party
posted:
5/15/2008
I wanted to respond to emily7rose who commented on 5/14/08 regarding the frosting. You need to make the frosting again and make sure you follow the mixing directions exactly. The pudding mix should be thick and very gently fold in the whipped topping. After I put the cake pans in the oven, I make the frosting and refrigerate it. I don't frost the cake until the cake is completely cooled and I don't mix the frosting after I take it out of the refrigerator. I've found that the longer time the frosting is in the refrigerator the better because it's thick and don't stir it up before putting it on the cake and the cake will not slide after you start cutting it. I've also sprinkled a little coconut on top of the frosting in the middle of the two layers and I've never had the coconut not stick to any of the frosting. Everyone loves the presentation and raves over the cake. I hope this was helpful. My husband took this cake to work to celebrate the passing of water tests on the buildi
posted:
5/14/2008
The cake was very good, but I had trouble with the frosting, the coconut did not want to stick to the sides of the cake. When I make it again, I think I will have to use another frosting recipe.
posted:
4/16/2008
My husband & I loved the Classic Coconut Cake recipe. It was very moist & kept well in the refrigerator. I definitely will put it on my list of favorites for company. Thank you for another delicious recipe!
posted:
4/3/2008
Made it recently for Easter dinner, I also changed it from coconut to chocolate for a birthday dinner. Very easy and good.
posted:
4/2/2008
I made this cake for Easter and it was super easy and sooooo delicious. I will definitely make it again even if there's no special occasion. Thanks lots for a great recipe.
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