Rose Mary Mogan


I love and enjoy making cakes from scratch so much, that I didn't realize just how many boxes of cake mix I had acquired over time.

So in trying to eliminate from the pantry this was the 3rd cake I made in 2 days. The other 2 that I gave away looked so good, that I wanted to make one equally as good.

Since St Patrick's Day is coming up, this is the one I came up with using white cake mix. My husband said it was very good, as well as the house keeper. It is moist, minty and has a lot of flavor.
When I finished with it, it did look quite impressive. It is simple & easy so give it a try.

★★★★★ 1 vote
8 or more depending on portion size
20 Min
45 Min


1 box
white cake mix
3 large
eggs, room temperature
1 Tbsp
peppermint extract
1/4 c
mint liqueur
1 c
heavy whipping cream
1 box
3.4 oz jello pistachio pudding
1 box
lime jello (3 oz.)
1/2 c
andes mint candies (about 15 pieces)
1/3 c
vegetable or canola oil


1 can(s)
cream cheese cake frosting
2 tsp
peppermint extract
1/2-3/4 c
ghirardelli chocolate chips ( or enough to garnish edge of cake all around & stem
green confectioners decorating icing tube


1Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. oven. I used a name brand Jello and pudding but you may use what ever you have. I use what ever is the best value at the time of shopping.
2Add to a large bowl the eggs, Jello, pudding, oil, & heavy cream and beat till blended together.
3Now add the mint liqueur and peppermint extract to batter and beat till blended.
4Unwrap the Andes mint candies, and chop in food processor or add to zip lock bag beat with a mallet till broken into small pieces.
5Now add to the cake batter and stir to blend. Add green food color if desired to enhance the green color of cake if desired.
6Spray pan with non stick cooking spray or bakers joy, then add in cake batter.
7Bake about 43 to 45 minutes, or until tooth pick inserted into center comes out clean.
8Add peppermint extract to canned frosting, stir to blend then frost cake and decorate as desired.
9Cut cake.
10Serve and enjoy.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cakes
Main Ingredient: Flour
Regional Style: Irish
Other Tag: Quick & Easy