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Daisy Cake

Daisy Cake recipe
photo by:kraft
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:
4/17/2005
I made it for my daughter Abbie's birthday,she is 12 and I had my 14 year old make it for my Women's Fellowship meeting, I was so empressed by the final product. The second cake we made with butter cream frosting, as I perfer to limit the parcially hydro. oils when I make from scratch. Very cute cake.
posted:
4/14/2005
I refrigerated the cakes overnight, and the next morning, I cut the 9-inch cake into 12 pieces, not 16. This was MUCH, much easier to handle, and to spread the cool whip. I also did not add the marshmallows to the petals, just used cool whip. It turned out very nice, and was actually pretty easy, since I made the slices bigger, and didn't use marshmallows. I will definitely make it again - the flavor of the yellow cake mix w/pudding, the cool whip, and the coconut was delicious!!!
posted:
4/13/2005
A beautiful, light and scrumptious cake for spring and summer!
posted:
4/11/2005
i love decorating cakes this is awesome
posted:
4/10/2005
This Cake was exellent, like many other commentors I agree that the "petals were hard to frost without cooling them. Next time I make this cake I'll be sure to freeze the 9" before cutting.
posted:
4/8/2005
great cake and great presentation!
posted:
4/7/2005
Very pretty cake. Made it for a Widow's Spring Bonnett dinner at our church and all the ladies just "oohed and aahed" about how pretty it was. I would refrigerate or freeze the 9" round cake prior to cutting the "petals" as the cake fell apart it was so moist and made it hard to frost the petals without parts of the cake falling out. The cake was delicious!!
posted:
4/6/2005
The cake came out so pretty. I was proud to present it to family. They couldn't resist, even those who don't eat cake. My family thinks I'm so artistic. I loved their oohs and aahs. My brother insisted on taking a picture. I cool the cakes before icing them. So much easier! Fun to make!
posted:
4/6/2005
I made this cake for my daughters 4th birthday and it was a huge hit. Instead of using marshmallows over the cool whip, I used food coloring to color the center bright yellow and the petals bright pink. I then sprinkled matching colored sugar over each section to give a little extra "sparkle". I refridgerated the sections prior to frosting and I think it made frosting easier. Thank you for the idea. It was the perfect cake for our flower party!!
posted:
4/2/2005
As far as flavor, it was great, but icing this cake with cool whip was quite a chore. I think the petals are too small to ice successfully. I am not artistic, so maybe that is the problem.
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