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Hidden Treasure Cake

Hidden Treasure Cake recipe
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I make this for my Mom on her birthday and she loves it. She's diabetic and I used sugar free products. It's really easy to make and very good.
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on 3/28/2012
20 min
2 hr 30 min
8 servings
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I have made this recipe for years using Jello Vanilla Pudding and Canned Peach Pie filling. Mix half the pie filling with a box of cooled cooked or instant pudding and fill the cake tunnel. Mix the other half with the Cool Whip & use it to frosten the cake. Also, try the pudding with fresh strawberries, raspberries or blueberries. Or try chocolate pudding with choc chips and mini marshmallows (and nuts optional) for rocky road! I love your new idea of using Jello! Tastes Great!!!!
i want recipe for cake strawberry thank brenda
I tried the original version and the family loved it. Then my grandfather, whom was diabetic and had to watch his cholesterol, asked me to come up with something sweet he could eat. So I took this recipe and changed a few things. I used a regular cake mix and instead of using oil and eggs I used the juice from the apricots I was using and some yogurt. It was wonderful, light, fluffy, and very moist. He loved it. I mixed the yogurt in with Light whipped topping, and mixed the apricots with it. It made a wonderful dessert that he could eat and it didn't shot his sugar level too high.
My family doesn't care too much for angel food cake so I used a pound cake instead. Everyone loved it and I will definately make this again!
Have made and served this cake several times and always get rave reviews.Shared reciepe with lots of family and friends. Tried different fruits and Jellos and they are all delicious but our favorite is the strawberry version. Also made it using sugar free Jello and whipped topping and could not tell the difference. Thanks for sharing!!!!
Pretty simple overall; can take a while if you aim for precision-would have been just as good to slice the cake and serve with the fruit blended with coolwhip.
I unfortunately didn't like the way this recipe turned out. It was time consuming and even a little messy. It taste more like something I would serve to a bunch of little kids. I think next time I make this, I'm going to alter it. Instead of using jello mixed with cool whip and waiting forever for it to harden, I will just go buy a tub of strawberry cool whip and use more jello for the filling so that it's not so runny. You really have to let it harden almost all the way or the spongy cake will suck it all up.
i think this was a very good recipe, everyone enjoyed it. the only comment i have is that the directions could be written a little better. it seemed that you really had to read them a couple of times. they were not written out clearly in a step by step manor. you should list all the ingredients at the top then list the directions on making the cake. it seemed like you had to jump from the top of the recipe and back down to the bottom in order to follow it.
my sister made this cake for her best friends baby shower and everyone ate it all and it was really good
This cake was very difficult to make. The icing wasn't as smooth as the picture when I made it. It looked like cottage cheese. I was hesitant about taking it to work because it wasn't too pretty. But I took it and the taste was out of this world. I made the strawberry version.Very good low-fat snack. Will make again. Try serving strawberries on the side instead of putting on top of the cake.
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