Fun with Kids – Strawberry Cream Cake

Strawberry Cream Cake

This may possibly be my favorite cake and it is so easy! You don’t even need an oven if you buy your angel food cake at the store (which I do, thankyouverymuch).

1 Angel Food Cake
1 Container Cream Cheese Icing
1 Container Cool Whip
1-2 Container Strawberries
1-2 Containers Blueberries or other fruit (optional)

Mix the cream cheese icing and the cool whip together – you can use a blender for extra fluffiness if desired. I have to take a moment here. I love this whip – it is like my crack. I make extra and put it on every fruit we have in the house. It’s not diet-friendly exactly, but I’m eating more fruit, right?

Tear up the angel food cake – a great job for the kids. In a large container – preferably glass so you can admire the layers – put in a layer of cake, a layer of whip, a layer of fruit, and repeat. The kids can chuck in the cake and fruit and you can add the whip which is sticky and somewhat uncooperative – delicious mutiny! Mine tend to be pretty messy and they are still really pretty – so, don’t sweat it. At the top, put down a smooth layer of the whip and then decorate with the fruit. Viola! You are ready to rock.

Strawberry Terarium Cake

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Categories: Crafts, Kids | Tags: , , , , | 5 Comments

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5 thoughts on “Fun with Kids – Strawberry Cream Cake

  1. Mary Jones

    We call them Terrarium Cakes, because you put them in a glass container and view the beauty. Can be made with pudding in the middle instead of whipped topping, or with whipped topping. Other cake can also be substituted. Lovely, Meg.

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  3. That looks yummy!!

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