Banana Pudding Cake II



Cake
2 Boxes of yellow cake mix- cook according to instructions on box

1 Pack of instant banana pudding-
POUR IT INTO THE CAKE BATTER  
1 box of VaNilla wafers to place on top of cake once IT IS  complete
3 9’ round cake pans- floured and greased- 

BAKE ON 325 FOR 25 MINUTES then
Let the cake cool before you add banana pudding- 


****WHILE THE CAKE IS IN THE OVEN MAKE THE FROSTING AND PUT IT IN THE FRIDGE TO FIRM UP********

RECIPE FOR FROSTING BELOW




Level each cake layer using a serrated knife. what you are doing is cutting off the top of the cake which I call the Hump if you will, or the part at the top that cooks up and looks round on top. You will cut straight across the cake evenly, taking away a thin layer. This process will help you to make the layer more even.

 Add the FROSTING between the cakes to make a 3 layer cake. Brush outside of cake with pudding mixture. Decorate with sliced bananas only if you wish. Layer the top of the cake  with VaNilla wafers. and drizzle pudding over the top Refrigerate until ready to serve if you wish.



FOR THE FROSTING


2 LARGE BOXES OF INSTANT BANANA PUDDING-
PREPARE IT ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE BOX
THIS WILL BE THE FROSTING FOR YOUR CAKE AS WELL AS THE FILLING IN BETWEEN THE LAYERS. ( ONCE YOU HAVE PREPARED IT ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE BOX)
SPREAD IT BETWEEN THE LAYERS FIRST- THEN ON TOP AND LET IT DRIP OFF THE SIDES OF THE CAKE

I used a squirt bottle I got from the dollar store to make the drizzles.
google level cake and you will see a picture


Comments

  1. Do you mix the pudding mix with milk and then pour into the cake batter or put the dry mix in the cake batter ?

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