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Desserts

Baseball Diamond Cake

Baseball Diamond Cake recipe
photo by:kraft
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 20 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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What You Need

1
pkg.  (2-layer size) white cake mix
2
cups  thawed COOL WHIP Whipped Topping
2 to 3
drops  green food coloring
5
 vanilla wafers, crushed
2
Tbsp.  white decorating icing
1
 JET-PUFFED Marshmallow, cut into quarters
10
 bear-shaped graham snacks
2
Tbsp.  decorating icing, any color

Make It

PREPARE cake batter and bake in 13x9-inch baking pan as directed on package. Cool in pan 15 min. Invert cake onto wire rack; remove pan. Cool cake completely. Transfer cake to large platter or cake board.

TINT whipped topping with food coloring to desired shade of green; spread onto top and sides of cake.

SPRINKLE wafer crumbs in diamond shape in center of cake to resemble a baseball infield. Draw base lines with the white icing. Add a marshmallow piece for home plate and for each base. Decorate graham snacks with the colored icing to resemble baseball players; arrange on top of cake. Refrigerate up to 2 hours before serving. Store leftover cake in refrigerator.

Kraft Kitchens Tips

How to Frost A Cake
If the cake is very soft and crumbly, apply a “crumb coating” to prevent cake crumbs from mixing with the frosting. Spread a thin layer of frosting over the entire cake, then let stand 5 to 10 min. or until frosting is set. Spread remaining frosting over cake.
Cooking Know-How
Make sure the cake is completely cooled before frosting. A warm cake can cause the frosting to soften or melt.
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