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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 more
25 min
2 hr 33 min
18 servings
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I make this cake every year for Easter. It's so good that the coconut lovers fight for it. Last year I made the recipe & frosting as directed, but cut the 9 in. rounds as directed in the "Bunny Cut-Up Cake" (a Kraft recipe). This year I made cupcakes. Both were winners. I will continue to make this cake again and again.
This is a very good and easy cake to make. There are 3 people in my family and it was gone in 1 day. This tells me how good it is.
i make birthday cakes for my coworkers. this is the most requested cake. everyone enjoys it including my self.thanks for the recipe.
I've made this recipe several times using a white cake mix. I took it to work twice and everyone wanted the recipe. I've even been asked when I'm going to make it again. White cake with coconut is my Mom's favorite cake, so after testing it out on the people at work, I took it to Easter dinner. My Mom was blown away. The second time I made it, I forgot to put the coconut in the batter when I was mixing it up, but sprinkled a little on the top of the batter before putting them in the oven. The coconut was a nice toasted brown when the cakes were done. Delicious!!! This is one cake I'll make again and again!!
I had been looking for a good coconut cake recipe as always I can count on Kraft. It was great.
It looks delisious I am going to make it for our next church pot luck lunch in March.
Another way to make this recipe more yummy is to bake it in a 9x15 pan. After it comes out of the oven, poke holes all over it with a cake tester. While still hot pour most of a can of CocoLopez over the cake slowly. That is coconut syrup used in pina coladas, not coconut milk. When cool, frost with the 1C coconut mixed with the 8 oz. CoolWhip. mixture.
I am a lover of anything coconut & always putting my own touch on recipes I see or hear about. With this one I would also try using a lemon cake mix & lemon pudding mix for the frosting, or perhaps a pineapple cake mix with cherry flavoring in the frosting so it tastes like a pineapple upside down cake with coconut. It sounds delicious & I will try it the next time I bake a cake.
This was too easy and yummy!!! My dad loved this!! I will definitely make this again. The icing was just right....not too sweet!
very good,easy to make
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