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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:
4/24/2008
Great recipe! Got tons of compliments on it!
posted:
5/4/2007
The cake in this recipe was very good! Although making it was very tedious, requires alot of time. my daughter and I tried to make it and made a mess, but the combo of coconut, cool whip and lemon cake was very good. I'd make it again just in a different way. :)
posted:
4/4/2007
When I make this recipe for Easter I'm going to frost the round cake first then cut into slices. Should be easier. Looks yummy!
posted:
1/1/2007
I didn't use marshmallows. Just added cool whip to the petals. Made for a retirement party at work, everyone oohed and aahed!
posted:
6/13/2006
Delicious!! Didn't use the marshmellows on the petals. Too sweet for me. Just put more coconut on them. Would definitely make again. Hit at Easter!
posted:
6/10/2006
Too cute! Family and friends ranted and raved at the presentation. Cool whip was a mess for me to use so the next time I used whipped frosting - much easier! Used green food coloring with coconut for the stem and leaves and chocolate foiled bumble bees as accents. Also only cut cake into 8 petals - saves time!
posted:
5/25/2006
I loved this recipe, however never having been one to leave well enough alone I had to tinker with it. I needed a pink daisy for a wedding shower so I tinted my coconut with red food coloring and substituted fresh strawberries for the marshmallows It was a hit. It does take a large surface I suggest an empty fruit tray you can buy at most grocery stores
posted:
5/16/2006
This was an eye pleasing delicious recipe. It took a lot of time to frost the tiny pieces of cake, they aren't as big as they look. I took it to a Mothers Day party, not a good idea. It does not travel well, all the pieces fell into each other and it was no longer attractive, though the kids didn't care much. Make it, but don't take it!
posted:
5/10/2006
Made this for a ladies party. Everyone was thrilled and loved the cake. There was no leftovers either. I will make it again for other occassions. Fun to make and decorate.
posted:
5/4/2006
My 3 year old daughter loved this cake. It's hard to decorate, but there were plenty of small things for her to help with. Everybody ranted and raved over the taste and it looked adorable laid out on the table.
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