Fruity Jello Cake
FRUITY JELLO CAKE
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|Serves:||well if you like it a lot, like I do it could serve 1 or 2 people, but really I guess probably 24 se|
|2 c||chopped strawberries|
|1 20 oz. can(s)||crushed pineapple, drained|
|1 pkg||8serving size or 2 packages 4 serving size of jell-o brand sttawberry flavor gelatin|
|3 c||miniature marshmallows|
|1 pkg||2 layer size white cake mix|
|cool whip whipped topping|
Brighton, TN (pop. 2,735)
Member Since Mar 2011
I got this out of a Jello recipe book. I just love it! It tastes so good and everytime I've made it, everyone loved it, too. I once took it to a "Red Hatter's" tea party and the lady whose restaurant we had it in, liked it so much, she made it part of her own menu. She told me she also tried different fruits, and her customers really liked it a lot!And it's SO easy to make!
Heat oven to 350 degrees F.
Arrange fruit on bottom of 13x9-inch pan. (I like to use my glass dish). Sprinkle with the Jell-o gelatin - the whole box. Cover with the marshmallows.
Prepare the cake mix as directed on package, but omit the oil, and use 2 eggs and water as specified. Spread batter over mixture in the pan.
Bake 50 to 55 minutes. Remove to rack; cool 15 minutes Serve warm with thawed COOL WHIP whipped topping, if desired. And believe me, you'll desire to! It's SO GOOD! UM UMM