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Old 03-24-2008, 03:03 PM   #201
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not baking anything, just frosting a poke cake i made last night. has to be in fridge three hours before frosting.

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Cake sounds great!!!!
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Old 03-24-2008, 03:04 PM   #202
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I'm not sure what I'll do today. We still have some reeses bars left and a few pieces of rhubarb cake. I have a couple of 12 year olds upstairs who are jonesing for something to do in the kitchen so I might toss a cookie recipe their way. I think I might make some multiple choice bars if I boot them out soon. LOL!
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Old 03-24-2008, 03:10 PM   #203
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Old 03-24-2008, 06:34 PM   #204
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Finally got fed up with that shoebox-cardboard garbage they call a pizza crust up here and made my own.
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Old 03-24-2008, 06:58 PM   #205
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Finally got fed up with that shoebox-cardboard garbage they call a pizza crust up here and made my own.
So, you are having pizza AND corned beef casserole? Interesting combination! But I agree, ever since I made a homemade pizza crust my guys here won't let me get anything else. Good on you!
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not baking anything, just frosting a poke cake i made last night. has to be in fridge three hours before frosting.

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I've never heard of a poke cake babe. What's it like?
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They are really easy corazon...
the ones I've seen and done, you make a box cake, bake, poke holes in it (sometimes you dont have to poke much) and pour jello or pudding into it while its still liquid. Refrigerate and YUM!
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I made this one for DH's bday last year, it's on July 2.
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there is a cheesecake and non-cheesecake version.
When in doubt I always go CHEESECAKE!!!
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Old 03-24-2008, 09:18 PM   #208
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They are really easy corazon...
the ones I've seen and done, you make a box cake, bake, poke holes in it (sometimes you dont have to poke much) and pour jello or pudding into it while its still liquid. Refrigerate and YUM!
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I made this one for DH's bday last year, it's on July 2.
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there is a cheesecake and non-cheesecake version.
When in doubt I always go CHEESECAKE!!!
what suzi said. after fridge , make frosting with instant pudding and cool whip.
my orginal was called lucious lemon poke cake.it is yummy.

this time i just made it with i had, yellow cake mix, black cherry jello and
cheesecake pudding.

it is very good, simple and tastes like a champ.if u click on her link you will also find the recipe, for lemon. just use what ever inspires you




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They are really easy corazon...
Yes, they are! I remember making them when I was young and thinking I was a real master baker! Last year at camp we made a 3 sheet-cake Canadian flag for July 1st and I made a white cake and swirled in red jello. I think I would have done better poking it in after baking, but the kids liked it anyway.
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Bran Muffins

I use the muffin recipe off the All Bran package, but you would never recognize it when I get through with it.
I double it, and use 1/2 Cup applesauce, 2 medium bananas, 2 Cups chopped walnuts and 2 Cups of raisins,

Yesterday I tried a new combo.. 1 lg can of crushed pineapple and 12 oz of Crasins, 2 cups chopped walnuts and the zest from a large orange.

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