|Pink Princess Tea Parties|
|by Barbara Beery|
A nibble, a snack, a break-bite-no matter what you call it, tea time is alive and well in homes and classrooms across America.
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Prepare cake according to directions. ... top of cake. Return to freezer at least 1 hour or longer. Will keep in freezer a good while if properly wrapped.
Prepare cake according to package ... Place ice cream layer in center of cake layers, frost with whipping cream. Return to freezer for at least one hour.
Sift together into ... Cool. Frost with Pink Lady Baltimore Frosting. ... between layers. Frost top and sides with plain icing and decorate with chopped nuts.
Prepare cake mix ad directed. ... on plate. Add ice cream and put other layer on top. Whip cream, add rest of lemonade to whipped cream. Frost and freeze.
Place cold water, food coloring and cake mix in mixer ... until cake is of desired consistency; tint a delicate pink if desired. Drizzle cake with glaze.
Prepare cake mix according to ... stiff; add red food coloring. Frost sides and top of cake. Return to freezer at least 1 hour. Makes 10 to 12 servings.
Bake cake according to the ... it a delicate pink. Pack in ... cream. Whip cream, add sugar and tint pink. Spread between layers with the whipped cream.
Mix together cake mix, flour and ... Mix and bake at 325 degrees for 45 minutes (for layer cake). For icing, cream butter and sugar; add 5 ounces berries.
Mix vanilla wafers ... cookie sheet. Defrost pink lemonade. Slightly melt ... spoon or pour over wafer crust. Top with left over crust. Re-freeze and serve.
Mix cake mix, Jello, and ... floured cake pans and bake in a 350 degree oven (preheated) for 30 minutes. After cake is cooled, ice with strawberry icing.
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