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Hole-in-One Cake

Hole-in-One Cake recipe
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The crowd is hushed as you examine the approach. No pressure—a slice is exactly what they're gonna go wild for.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
3 hr 42 min
servings
total:
15 servings
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posted:
11/7/2010
Made a ocean version of this with a fisherman for a birthday. The jello/cake I was apprehensive about but it went together very well. The hardest part was decorating it but it worked out.
posted:
7/23/2010
I made this for Father's Day and it was great! Instead of jello I used vanilla pudding and used food coloring to make it green. I used a blue fruit roll up and made a water hazard. The pudding seemed to go better with cake then jello.
posted:
6/19/2010
Made this for my husband for Father's Day. He absolutely loved it. He loved the golf theme just as much as the deliciousness of the cake itself. I have some great ideas for future cakes. I loved this recipe!!!!
posted:
3/28/2010
i like it
posted:
6/20/2009
crazy amazing! dad loved it for fathers day! my dads lactose intolorant so instead of frosting i died the cake green w/ food coloring saving money and calories!
posted:
9/3/2007
This cake would make a variety of themes enjoyable . Like beach parties, 4th of July w/ red white, blue flag theme. The ideas are endless.
posted:
5/14/2007
its great for a special event and its easy to do its as simple as that!
posted:
4/28/2007
This makes a great pirate themed b-day cake as well. Use blue jello instead of the green for an ocean and and put it only on side of the cake. The rest of the cake is then sand for a beach and the land. You can then put a little pirate ship on the water & can even drop in some gummy worms or gummy octopus candy in the jello for ocean effects. Graham cracker crumbs are great as sand too.
posted:
12/11/2006
I made this for my golfer father-in-law and he loved it! I'm not very good at getting cakes out of their pans but it didn't matter with the great icing design. I added a golf cart drive sidewalk.
posted:
6/17/2006
I made this cake for Father's Day and it was a huge hit. Only instead of Cool Whip, I made green buttercream frosting and used the lime jello. It was so easy to make and fun. Only problem is where to store the cake in the frig.
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