Sunday, June 16, 2013

Strawberry Cloud Cake or Strawberry short cake

Strawberries yum!  Its strawberry season, always make strawberry short cake for the kids and after running around to every store trying to find those little pre made round pound  cakes,  you know the ones, always sold this time of year in every store  along side of the strawberries.  Well,  finally I realized I just wasn't going to be  able find them any where... I then remembered  that in one of the stores  I had been, a employee had  said "Oh you mean those cakes by  hostess , we don't have any of them"   Which suddenly gave me a brilliant idea, (and rather then bake a homemade cake.)  I think Twinkies! that will work! ... They're   now called "Cloud Cake" by Little Debbie. Sure enough they work, even better than the little cakes i was looking for. I have  come up with  this, a yummy desert.

You'll Need:     Seves 4
4-6 Cloud Cakes (little Debbies)
1 contanier  Cool whip
1 1/2 quarts strawberries,hulled
1 tablespoon strawberry jelly
Few tablespoon water

  Clean, slice your strawberries into quarters. In a Medium bowl; whisk 1 tablespoon water and 1 tablespoon strawberry jam until smooth. Add the strawberries to coat; set aside

cut up your cloud cakes about 1 1/2 for each serving 
Set aside half of the cut cake, Using the other  half of the  cut cake; divide equally among  4 serving dishes placing in the bottom, drizzle some of the strawberry juice from the sliced strawberries over the cake.

Fold a few tablespoons of cool whip into the sliced berries;
spoon over the  first layer of cake in your serving dishes. 
 layer the set  aside cake over the top of each serving, and then  top with cool whip and a strawberry.
The kids loved it!! Even more so than the classic strawberry short cake


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  2. This looks amazing! :) I've never heard of cloud cake but I would try this quickly! I followed you here from the Marvelous Mondays link party! Also, I’d like to invite you to come link up with me at my link party! I’d love it if you could stop by & link up some of your recipes! Here's the link:

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  4. Yum! I will definitely try it out. Thanks for sharing and love your awesome blog.
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  5. YUM. Strawberries... cloud cakes. Perfect. Thanks for sharing on Foodie friends Friday and I hope you will join us next week with more yummy recipes.

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