1Preheat oven to 325 to 350 depending on how hot your oven gets. These cakes will not be very thick. Prepare cake pans,( I used 9 in. with this recipe). Put Truvie Sweetener on strawberries cover and put inside refrigerator.
2Mix together Bisquick mix, milk, vanilla, egg, cinnamon and pour into cakes pans. If mix is too thick add more milk in small amounts until batter is pour-able. I always drop cake pans onto counter to cause any air bubbles to come to top. Place in oven and put timer on 10 minutes to check to see if cake is done.
3When cake is finished baking turn onto lifted cake grates to cool. While cooling take a blender and pour pudding mix with milk according to directions and blend. As pudding begins to firm, add 3/4 of the sliced strawberries and blend into the pudding. Place bottom layer of cake on cake dish and poke holes in it with a skewer or straw. Smooth 1/2 strawberry pudding mix over cake. Add top layer. Pour remaining strawberry pudding mix over top and decorate with the strawberries that are left. I slice and serve with a scoop of soft serve vanilla ice cream. Enjoy
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