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Daisy Cake

Daisy Cake recipe
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He loves me, he loves me not…? It really doesn't matter, because there's cake. You'll fall hard for this lemony treat featuring sweet coconut and fluffy marshmallows.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
1 hr 45 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
5/19/2010
This is very beautiful. i would love to make this cake for mother's birthday coming up.. although she is not a big fan of conconut.. would i be able to just leave that out?
posted:
5/19/2010
I made this for Mother's Day. Presentation was fantastic and just the right touch for a special day. I took the advice of some other reviews and omitted the marshmellows and only made 8 petals instead of 16. I was glad that I did because it was still a lot of work! Overall, fun project when you have the time.
posted:
11/14/2009
Can anyone tell me how they made the butterfly? Or have a picture of the ladybugs that alison967 made? Also, do you cut the marshmallows in 1/2 before putting them on?
posted:
6/24/2009
it does'nt look pretty
posted:
5/6/2009
Kids helped prepare... Cake was delicious! Since it was already sliced, serving it was a breeeze.
posted:
2/10/2009
Made this cake for my daughters 7th birthday- turned out so adorable. I did freeze the cake the night before to make the slicing easier. I left out the marshmallows (I think it would have taken too long to place them all). For extra decorations I made "ladybugs" out of mini Oreos with red frosting and half an M&M for the head- looked so cute. Time consuming to create, but worth it!
posted:
11/5/2008
This cake is so much fun to make. It is delicious!! It is a very pretty cake as well
posted:
9/16/2008
This turned out great. I omitted the pudding and used a french vanilla cake mix instead of the yellow. I had to cook the bowl about 10 minutes longer than the recipe stated, but it came out of the bowl nicely. Use plenty of cool whip to frost the petals otherwise the marshmallows won't stick.
posted:
9/1/2008
I would say if it's too hard to frost the sides of the petals to use a white cake instead and just frost the top. I would love to try this for my daughters birthday. It's adorable!
posted:
8/29/2008
I'm not sure if I would make it again It looked and tasted good, but took a long time to frost. Do you have a suggestion on how to frost the sliced wedges, thought it was messy and difficult to cover each wedge
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