Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Tasty Tuesday

Hummmmmm so what's cookin' today?

Do you have any good recipes you would like to share with me today? I am going to make this cake for Saturday, and fixing potatoe salad too. The cake is soooooo good, Becky if you read this stop by Saturday at 4 for dinner before services.

Punch Bowl Cake


1 box yellow cake mix
3 eggs, for the cake
3 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 box vanilla pudding mix
2 cups milk, for the pudding
1 large can cherry pie filling
1 large can crushed pineapple
1 cup chopped walnuts
1 tub whipped topping
1 big ol' punchbowl

Make yellow cake according to the instructions on the box and allow to cool. While it's cooling, go ahead a make the vanilla pudding according to the instructions on the box and cool it in the fridge as well to set up.

When cake is cooled and pudding is set up you are ready to get started full speed, baby! Crumble the first half of your yellow cake into the punch bowl – mixed sizes of chunks are fine, but don't make them too small if you can help it.

Begin layering in half the vanilla pudding, half the cherry pie filling, half the pineapple and a few pinches of nuts, then cover this layer with whipped cream. Next, crumble the second half of the yellow cake and repeat. Once completely topped with the rest of the whipped cream, sprinkle the remaining nuts over the top.

Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate at least 12-24 hours.

After that...ENJOY!!! You will impress everyone that eats it.



Aliene said...

The punch bowl cake sounds good and easy to bake. I have to watch sugars
now with my stomach problem.

Tomorrow is Silas' birthday. He likes a certain chocolate cake that I bake. I'll probably make it for his day.

I was thinking. I could use sugar free pudding ~ but haven't figure out sugar free cake mix. Have a blessed day.

Grace on the Narrow Path said...

You have stole my heart ... and tummy!!! Thank you for sharing such a sweet recipe. I will try it soon.

Barbara said...

Aliene make a from scratch cake and us Splenda, it works so well in all the recipes.