Heavenly Strawberries 'n Cream Cake


Heavenly Strawberries 'n Cream Cake


Heavenly Strawberries 'n Cream Cake

One bite of this Heavenly Strawberries 'n Cream Cake and you'll forget about every other fruit dessert recipe you've ever tried before. With fresh strawberries, homemade whipped cream, and a pound-cake texture, this truly is a dream dessert. If you want to make a delicious layered cake recipe to serve at your next party or potluck, this strawberry confection is a great option because it's one of those treats that tastes as great as it looks. You'll never need to go searching for other strawberry cake recipes again after trying this amazing layered dessert. Yum!

Cooking Time45 min

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Tracing the recipe back to where it first appeared in Taste of Home, I saw it calls for a 10 inch tube pan. Looking at the photos and estimating from the strawberries and spatula, it's a really small cake, so the layers are going to be thin. I also noticed this recipe gave a number of people some problems since the cake was smaller than expected and they weren't expecting something closer to a pound cake. When our strawberries start coming in, I'll give this recipe a try since it looks yummy and delicious.

I just read on the site the recipe blog a comment made that the cake is supposed to be dense, but I still don't understand how, with so little batter, she was able to cut it into three layers. There isn't any baking powder in the recipe either. It really is a small cake so the photo is deceiving. I wanted to be able to have two layers of filling. That's one of the reasons I made the cake.

The cake was dense and I followed the instructions exactly. Also, it is not enough batter to fill a tube pan. It is a small cake so cutting into three layers is not really possible. The taste is okay, but I was disappointed in the results so I gave it a two stars. It's almost misleading. However, I always appreciate people posting recipes.

where does it say what is in it

You'll need to click the link in order to see the full recipe. Thanks! -Editor, RecipeLion.com

My son wanted this cake for his 17th birthday, and he loved it. My family killed the cake the next day. Thanks.


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