|by Colin Spencer|
Designed for busy cooks who like to serve food with panache but with little fuss, this book features one-course meals.
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Mix cake mix, eggs and oil. Add chopped orange segments and juice. Bake at 350 degrees for 35 to 40 minutes. Mix all ingredients and spread.
Combine cake mix, oil and ... pineapple and let stand 5 minutes. fold Cool Whip into pudding mixture. Frost cooled cake, then refrigerate until serving.
CAKE: Beat all ... will be thin. Cool to ice. ICING: Mix all ingredients by hand. Do not use an electric mixer. Iced cake is best refrigerated. Keeps well.
Mix all cake ingredients well. Pour ... top and sides (and in between cake layers). Sprinkle with chopped walnuts or coconut if desired. Keep refrigerated.
Mix together cake mix, eggs and ... nuts. Bake at 325 degrees as directed on box for 9 x 13 pan. Topping: mix pineapple, pudding and Cool Whip together.
Heat oven to 350 degrees. Beat cake mix and other ... layers will be thin. Cool. Mix all ingredients by hand. Do not use electric mixer. Ice layers of cake.
Mix cake ingredients together for ... cool completely before frosting. Makes 3 layers. Mix all icing ingredients together by hand and frost cooled cakes.
Mix cake mix, butter, eggs, ... Cool Whip, drained pineapples, instant pudding, coconut, and walnuts. Fill in between layers. (Don't use mixer on filling.)
Cake: Beat all ... thin.) Cool to ice. Frosting: Mix all ingredients by hand. Do not use electric mixer. Iced cake is best kept refrigerated. Keeps well.
Mix together and ... 3 (8 inch) cake pans, greased and ... with the following: Beat together until well blended, then put between layers, sides and top.
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