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Strawberry Lemonade Layer Cake!!

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Moist strawberry cake layered with a rich lemonade cream filling.  Introducing summer——on a plate!

INGREDIENTS:

  • One box of strawberry cake mix (plus oil, water and eggs as directed on box)
  • 8oz. Philadelphia Cream Cheese (softened to room temp.)
  • 1 packet (0.23oz.) of Kool-Aid Lemonade
  • Yellow food coloring gel (as desired for color)
  • 2cups Jet-Puffed Marshmallow Creme
  • 8 oz. Cool Whip Topping
  • Fresh strawberries to garnish.

DIRECTIONS:

  • Make cake according to box and bake in 2- 9 inch round cake pans as directed.  Turn finished cakes over on cake racks and allow to cool completely.
  • Cream together cream cheese, lemonade and yellow food coloring until smooth.
  • Mix marshmallow creme in and then mix in Cool Whip until completely smooth.  Refrigerate until cake is cooled and cut.
  • Cut each cake layer in half.
  • Alternating layers of cake with layers of filling, assemble cake.  End with layer of filling.
  • Top with sliced strawberries.
  • Refrigerate and serve chilled.


My thoughts: YUM!!!!!  I’m a little obsessed with the filling I used in those confetti cups a few weeks back.  This lemonade filling is similar- but has more Cool Whip to make it light and fluffy.  I’ve never made a strawberry cake mix before– it is SO GOOD!  I love that this recipe uses a cake mix- it makes it a VERY easy and quick recipe that looks so fancy and fun!  I think you could drizzle some white chocolate over this and make it over-the-top fancy.  I really hope you enjoy this recipe— I’ve gotta have a piece –ready….set….GO!


Want to see more pictures of this cake done as a birthday cake?  The filling is made just a little thicker so that the entire cake can be frosted.  Just click here.  Enjoy!

 4-17-12: I love it when people try recipes I’ve posted and take pictures of the process- check out how “Don’t fight the Apple” made this recipe into yummy jar cakes to send to her boyfriend overseas!  Great idea!!

4-23-12: Or check out the tips and beautiful photos taken at Jam Hands.

Try some other fun strawberry desserts at Easybaked~ just click on an image to be taken to the recipe!

Strawberry layer cakeStrawberry Cookies with Sweet Tart FrostingStrawberry Lemonade Cupcakes!!!!Chocolate covered strawberry Cake roll!!

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Ruthanne is a scientist with a passion for baking and food photography. Using her kitchen as a lab, she loves experimenting with a variety of flavors and ingredients to create unique, fun and ultimately tasty delights! Thus she created EasyBaked, a website where sugar and chocolate overflow in fun and easy recipes. Her Motto: Money can’t buy happiness -- but it can buy marshmallows, and that’s nearly the same thing! www.easybaked.net

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  1. I love all the layers. It looks so fresh and rich at the same time. Summer on a plate indeed.

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  2. yum! you should check out my rasberry lemonade cake if you like tartness of lemonade!! i love the 4 layers though it makes it look so elegant!

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    • Your raspberry lemonade cake looks delicious! YUM! I just love the pink and the yellow together :) I can’t believe you don’t like just straight chocolate though!!!! I can’t live without it!!! lol!

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  3. OMG – this looks so incredibly tasty!!! I am totally gong to try it this summer. and maybe with raspberry too.

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  7. My mouth is SO WATERING right now!! I am a big fan of strawberries and lemon! And my birthday’s coming up…this may be the winner for my birthday cake!:) Thanks!

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  8. Just wanted you to know that I’ve profiled this recipe on my blog, Best of Good Eats on Pinterest (http://goodeatspuppy.blogspot.com/2012/02/strawberry-lemonade-cake-layered-with.html). It looks delicious and I can’t wait to make it!

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  9. Yummilicious

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  10. Just saw this on Pinterest – it looks divine!

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  11. This strawberry lemon cake is good, one word of caution though, resist eating it before it has been chilled if you want the total experience of flavor and texture. I tasted it after 15 minutes in the fridg and it tasted okay, but then again after chilling all night and it was a total different experience ! Enjoy!

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  12. I just made this and I added some powdered sugar to the cream cheese and lemonade mixture. Talk about off the chain!

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    • Great minds think alike- lol… Adding powdered sugar makes the lemonade filling into a frosting consistency- perfect for frosting an entire cake- made it for my birthday in January- you can see the changes I made here.

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  17. This look amazing! I cannot wait to try it and the cake cookies you mentioned!

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  19. these were a smidge to tart for me… I think i’ll try again but use 1/2 thelemonade packet :)

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    • Thats a great idea if you don’t like that tart lemonade flavor– I actually changed the recipe a little to make a birthday cake and in making the filling more like a frosting I added powdered sugar- which sweetened it up some too- you can find that recipe here. Enjoy!

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  20. this is so delicious~i made it monday and my family loved it so much that i made it again friday!! can’t wait to look through the rest of your recipes!

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  21. Making the cake right now for my in laws from Jamaica. Can’t wait to see their reaction. We are a big lemonade drinking family.

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  22. I made this cake for a church dinner tonight and there wasn’t one crumb left. Everyone said it was absolutely delicious. This is a cake I will make again. Thanks for the recipe!

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  23. I would just make one small suggestion for this cake. I found the frosting to be “puckering” tart! I added about 1 cup of powdered sugar and it was perfect! Thanks for sharingand I know my kids are going to go gaga shortly!

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  24. Omg this is going to be a problem for me just made this and I am in heaven!!!!!! AHHHHH

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  25. This recipe looked absolutely delicious! I wanted to make it, but lack round cake pans, so I made cupcakes! They are super yummy, and I’m anxious to see how they taste chilled. I think the cupcakes worked allright, but the cake would be much better. Very yummy and creative combination. :)

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    • I am actually thinking of making this recipe as cupcakes for an upcoming shower– I bet they are just as good as the cake– and cupcakes are always so cute!!!

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  27. Baked this for my Mom’s 69th birthday on Sunday! It was a great hit! Thanks for a go-to easy cake for the summer season that is about to start.

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  28. looks so yummy … I’m strawberry-holic ;D and definitely going to try it!

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  29. I’m adding this to my weekend plans!!!! Thanks for sharing.

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  32. leah escalante

    Made this cake and loved it. Looking forward to making cupcakes come summer!

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  33. OMG!!…If you LOVE lemon, you’ll LOVE the frosting!!
    I made this cake for my Strawberry Fields Forever Bunco and EVERYBODY raved about it….I think I gave out 11 recipes that night (I already had mine)…Since I only had 1 round cake pan, mine was smaller, but still very tasty! Made cupcakes with the rest of the batter and everyone got to take dessert home too!!
    Thanks for sharing such an awesome frosting recipe….I guess I have a sweet tooth for lemon!!

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    • Oh I’m so glad you enjoyed it! I love the frosting on this too– I know some have said its too tart, but I like that lemonade zing it has— I have GOT to make cupcakes with this– you guys are inspiring me! :)

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  34. I’m really excited to make this cake. However, I live abroad and couldn’t find “sugar-free” lemonade mix, only pre-mixed dry lemonade, liquid lemon flavoring, and lemon juice.
    Which would be best to use?

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    • Hi! I would try the dry lemonade that is already sweetened I think. You might need to experiment with a little less marshmallow fluff and/or powdered sugar just so that the frosting isn’t overpoweringly sweet. Or ask a friend from the states to throw a packet of Kool-Aid in their next letter to you ;) Good luck! I’d love to know how it works for you!

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  35. this cake look so good!! I’m making it this weekend but im putting some choped strawberry’s in between the layers. :))

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  36. HAVE MERCY!! My mother-in-law made this for my birthday last night, and actually brought it WITH her to the Cheesecake Factory where we ate dinner! The waiters were bidding on the leftovers b/c they were so jealous! haha This cake is AMAZING! I actually brought the left overs to work, and within 15 minutes, the cake was GONE! Sooooooooooo good!

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  38. This is the BEST cake I have ever ate… A Great Big “Thank You” to whom ever created this… It is a huge hit and I have gotten so many “OGM This is soooo good.. Makes me look look like a rock star!…lol I made this cake for a Ladies Day gathering at my chuch and it was served to 150 ladies and they went crazy.. coming back for seconds…..a couple of ladies came into the kitchen and asked if they could get the recipe. after they left I walked out into the auditorium and every ;lady had a pen and paper waiting to write it down..lol
    I have even been asked to make this cake for charity aucitons… what a hit…….
    Thanks so much… plus it was so easy to make.. even a biggger plus..

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    • Goodness Monica– your comment certainly made my day! You are so welcome for the recipe– I’m so glad it was such a hit! Thanks for telling me about it!!!

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  39. I cannot wait to try this – do you care if i post this on my blog?

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  40. Thank you! :) Can’t wait to try this!!!

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  44. Beyond glad that I found this recipe when I did. I made this as a Mother’s day present for myself (since I’m the “baker” in the house) and the hubby and I just ate the last piece tonight. Let me tell you it was pretty sad seeing it all gone. I could go on and on about why I think it’s so awesome but I’ll just summarize it with this: We LOVED it!!!! ;)

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  45. Made this for my FIL’s bday and it was a hit! thanks!

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  46. Making this for upcoming Memorial Day cookout. Can’t wait to try!!!

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  48. Just waiting for cake to cool so I can begin the layering……….the frosting is the most amazing thing I’ve ever had, seriously.l This is such a wonderful recipe and I will be using and sharing for decades to come!!

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  49. Can’t wait to try this over the weekend! Any tips on how to cut the layer in half without getting it uneven? I’m so clumsy when it comes to stuff like this! Thanks for sharing your amazing recipe!

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    • I use a large serrated knife. There are layer cutters available- they are like a large wire stretched between two pieces of metal. I have one- but I’m clumsy too and I usually do better with a knife.

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  51. Excellent cake!!!! Going to make it for the second time to take to family event. I use white cake instead of strawberry. Looks nice and add lots of strawberries on the side. Thank you :)

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  52. I think I am going to try this frosting recipe with my cake recipe for strawberry cake, the cake takes a white cake mix with crushed strawberries and a box of strawberry jello added to the mix and it is very moist! I found this on Pinterest and can’t wait to try it!

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  53. So I just made this as cupcakes and the frosting is AMAZING!! I followed the instructions and even let the icing sit in the fridge for several hours, but it never firmed up enough to frost the cupcakes (well, I still frosted them but they don’t look very pretty, lol). I was wondering if I’m doing something wrong or if there’s something I can do to make sure it gets thicker? I used fat free cool whip and 1/3 fat cream cheese, but I wouldn’t think that would matter. Advice would be appreciated because these are delicious!

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    • I’m so glad you like frosting. You could try adding a bit of powdered sugar. I’m guessing it is the reduced fat items that are giving it the different consistency. Have you looked at the link I gave to the second time I made this recipe? I needed a thicker frosting to do a birthday cake and I added powdered sugar to the frosting to thicken it up. Check out that link, or try it using the FULL fat (lol) variety of each ingredient. Good luck!!!!

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  54. Tried this last night! My fiance said this tasted just like summer! The icing is perfect! Love love love this! I didn’t have a round cake pan, instead I used a bunt pan and it worked out just as nice. Will be using this again this summer!

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  55. Question? with the kool aid mix do you use just the mix, or make the juice?

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  56. just made these! but i made it in cupcake form since I’m taking them to work- they are super delicious! i only used about half of the lemonade kool-aid mix and the lemon flavor is perfect! Thanks for the amazing recipe!

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  57. So I used 9 in pans an my cake was maybe 1 inch or so high. I sliced the cake in half but the top layers are thinner.. On both cakes. Should I put the top layers in the middle? Is this dessert better the day after or wld it get soggy if made 2 days ahead?

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    • If your layers didn’t come out even I would put the smaller ones in the middle– just to add stability on the top and bottom. My layers are hardly ever even- so no worries!! I think this cake is best fresh. If you are keeping it a couple of days put it in the fridge for sure and don’t top it with fresh strawberries until you are ready to serve it. Good luck and enjoy!!!

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      • WOW thank you for your speedy reply!! I made the cake an froze it after baking now I’m whipping up the frosting now! An then I will serve tomorrow! Thanks for tip about adding the fruit before serving!!!

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  58. Paula Vincent

    YUMMY!!!! We used Strawberry Soda instead of water which we have always done with strawberry cakes it gives it some more strawberry flavor and we used apple sauce instead of oil.. It was such a YUMMY MOIST cake especially on a hot day!!! We LOVED the icing for it!!! Thank you for this new favorite in our home!!!

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  59. could you not slice the layers in half and just cover it like a regular two layer cake?

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  61. Have you made cake pops using this recipe?

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  62. Shelley Shand

    My daughter made this cake for my birthday and it was fabulous!! I loved the strawberry and lemon mix….2 of my favorite flavors!!!

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  63. strawberry lomenada layer cake it super good.

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  65. Reblogged this on One Keen Kween and commented:
    In-laws will be visiting this weekend, thought I’d make this.

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  66. I have a crystal light lemonade pack in my pantry, can I use that?

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  67. Trying this today. Seems like a winning combination and easy too!

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  70. Hi I live in Australia and came across your cake.Love the sound of it but not sure about the ingredients.I know about cool whip but is the kool aid lemonade a powder like jelly crystals? I think I may have seen the marshmallow cream here also. Can you help,I would love to make it. Karen

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    • Hi! I will try to help- Kool Aid is a powdered drink mix. Its a powder that you add to water with sugar and it makes a pitcher of lemonade (or fruit punch, or grape…whatever flavor) I googled Kool-Aid in Australia and found these comparable items (click here). Hope that helps. I posted a link to a make-your-own marshmallow cream earlier in these comments. If you try it let us know how it works!! Good luck! -r

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  73. Making this tomorrow for “Pinterest” night. SOOOOO excited!

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  74. Sounds great and makes an awesome presentation!

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  75. I don’t like cream cheese. Is there a substitute for it for this recipe? Thanks.

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    • Sure! You can add the lemonade packet to my buttercream frosting (click here for recipe) Just add the lemonade a little at a time and taste it until you get the desired flavor. A whole packet is really tart, so you’ll probably want less. If you want to frost this as a layer cake you will want to double the frosting recipe. Hope this works out for you!

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  76. I am saving this for next summer — looks so delicious!!

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  77. Love this recipe! Do I have to mix the kool aid with water and make it into lemonade before I add it in or do I just mix the powder into the cream cheese and food colouring?

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  79. I made this cake last night it was sooo goooood…..Everybody love it. ;)))))

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  80. My icing was very runny following these directions????????? Any advice?

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  82. Wow, this looks SO tasty!! I think it would make a good summer birthday cake :) The kool-aid is a really creative way to add the lemon flavor. YUM!!

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  83. Has anyone figured the points plus value for weight watchers on this cake. It looks yummy!

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  84. What is the best way to turn this into a sheet cake? Also can I substitute something else for the Marshmallow Cream

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    • Hi– I’d guess you could just bake the mix in a sheet cake pan– watch your times in the oven as it will take less time to bake. You can make a buttercream frosting and add a touch of the lemonade mix to it. Don’t add the entire packet or it will be too sour without all that sweet marshmallow in it. My buttercream recipe can be found by clicking here. Have fun!!

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  85. I found this recipe via a Facebook community. They posted the picture & recipe twice in their “desserts” album and didn’t give credit (unless “nothing on this page is ours. no infringement intended!” counts…) I had to hunt for your page using Google image search.

    Here’s their page in case you want to say something. I don’t think they mean to be rude but none of their posts link to anyone’s page or give any credit. It’s bad internet etiquette if nothing else… https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.360860750691860.1073741832.324732720971330&type=3

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  86. I found this recipe via a Facebook community. They have the picture & recipe posted twice in their album and didn’t give credit (unless “nothing on this page is ours. no infringement intended!” counts…) I had to hunt for your page using Google image search.

    Here’s their page in case you want to say something. I don’t think they mean to be rude but none of their posts link to anyone’s page or give any credit. It’s bad internet etiquette if nothing else… https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.360860750691860.1073741832.324732720971330&type=3

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  88. I really really want to make this cake for a party I am having but one of the birthday girls can’t have cream cheese, it just doesn’t agree with her. Is there anything else I can substitute in the cream cheese’s place? Maybe more of the marshmallow or some type of pudding mix? Help! Im in love with this cake and really want to make it.

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    • Hi Kali- I have a friend who can’t have cream cheese as well- I just use my buttercream frosting recipe (click here to get it) and added lemonade mix to it- less than a packet because otherwise its too tart. Just add it it a little at a time and taste as you go. Hope this helps!!!

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  89. Wow! This cake is amazing! I just finished making it. Now I can’t wait for tomorrow nights Bible study group (the event I made it for) so I can eat it!

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    • I hope all of you love it! Almost all of my desserts end up at either Bible study or work…they all have a love/hate relationship with this blog. Makes dieting hard- lol!

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  91. do you cool the cakes completely before cutting and icing them?

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  93. box for this, box for that …Is it possible to put only natural ingredients such as egg, milk, sugar and not boxes

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    • Of course it’s possible! There are about a million websites dedicated to all natural ingredients and you could certainly find a recipe for strawberry cake that involves eggs, milk and sugar.

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  94. What would you recommend for us Brits who can’t get hold of some of your ingredients ingredients x

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  95. I made this Cake exactly as directed. LOVED IT!!!! Perfect summer dessert. Light, refreshing, not to sweet. After frosting the cake, I cleaned the bowl with strawberry slices, yummy.

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  96. Juliet Wilmshurst

    Really would love to make this but in UK we dont have cool whip, jet puff marshmallow creme or the cool aid ingredient. Not sure what they are to suggest an alternative lol. May just have to hop on a plane and buy tons to bring back

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    • Do you have any type of powdered lemon drink mix? You could modify this to a lemonade buttercream (I’ve done this for times that I needed to make lots of batches.)

      Take 2 cups of butter (about 450grams) and add 3 cups of powdered sugar and 2 teaspoons of vanilla. Beat together on high until smooth and creamy- then add either lemon drink mix or even lemon flavoring- add until it has a good flavor but it’s not too tart. You might need to experiment. You might need a little yellow food coloring as well. It’s not quite as good as the original frosting for this cake, but it’s still very yummy!!!!

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  97. Made this guy this weekend (and blogged about it)! It was yummy and beautiful and perfect for the summer! I love that it’s a boxed cake recipe too!

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  98. Your layer cake looks incredibly delicious!! Stopping by to let you know I featured your fabulous recipe on my blog today: http://www.chattingoverchocolate.com/2013/07/pinterest-lemonade-stand-sips-and-sweets.html … Thanks for sharing! Enjoy a spectacular Independence Day!! :)

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  100. Just came across this on Pinterest and I have to say, it looks divine! I’m going to have to come up with an excuse to make this right away! My birthday is Thursday…is it too presumptuous to make my own birthday cake?!? ;)

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  101. Do you measure out the marshmallow fluff, or is it just a couple full jars? Thank you!

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  104. I made this recipe more than once & it comes out perfect every time & it doesn’t last long in my house.
    Another thing I’d like to mention is that I hate whip cream & whn I ate it, it didn’t taste like whip cream so that that was a major plus for me!

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  105. Every time I make this recipe, it’s gone the same day. I’m making it for my church’s Rainbow Tea. How do you suggest I keep it cool the whole evening since there is no refrigeration at the hall we’re having it in. Thanks for the great recipe’s.

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    • I’m so glad you enjoy this recipe! I honestly don’t have any ideas for you other than keeping it chilled up until you serve it. I think it will be fine at room temp and out of the sun. I just recently had a buttercream melt-down at a church picnic…it was a cool day but they placed them directly in the sun and by the time I realized it…liquid frosting :( Hope things go well for you!

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      • Yes…it was for me too (liquid frosting)…but what I did was add another pack of Philadephia Cream Cheese and a cup of powder-sugar….also, I put only 1/2 a pack of that lemon-koolaid….:)

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  106. Reblogged this on Diane's Thoughts and Things and commented:
    Yum yum

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  107. This is absolutely wonderful.. Thank you for my bday cake.. I would love to see anything else you got..

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  109. Looked delicious

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  110. Soooo…… If you like warheads candy than this is for you. If you want to laugh your ass off when others eat it make it. My final words is good luck…

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    • I’m so sorry you didn’t like the tartness of the icing. It’s not nearly as tart as warheads (I can’t stand warheads!) but it is lemon and has a tart lemonade flavor. Adding less lemonade mix and/or a little powdered sugar, you can customize the level of tart to your own liking. Most people love this frosting just as the recipe is written, but if you’re sensitive to tart foods you can certainly alter it.

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  113. Does anyone know how much sugar and carbs are in this. Only reason I ask is I have a friend that is diabetic and she was curious. Thank you!

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  114. Reblogged this on La Toubab Noire and commented:
    One for the files…

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  115. Are you on Pinterest?

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  116. I am going to try some of these recipes

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  117. I just wanted to drop you a quick note and tell you how much my daughter loves this cake. I made it for her birthday last year. She went nuts for it. No nuts in fact, that when she got married last November, this is what she wanted. Since the Bride always gets what she wants, my sister made it for her. Since it was November, it was cool enough out that it worked great. Tomorrow is her birthday again, and of course, she wants this cake. Thanks so much for coming up with this cake.

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