I found this super simple, but fantastic looking, recipe when I was looking for an idea for a cake to make for a cake walk at the carnival at my daughter's school. Everyone oohed and ahhed over it and a picture of it was on the cover of the school newsletter that month. It is insanely easy but I promise that you will have everyone asking for your recipe! You can also change the theme of the cake by substituting seasonal M&M's on top.
Need to make a cake for a party, and you don't want it to look like you just opened a cake mix? This is super easy and delicious and it looks like you went the extra mile. I frosted it with chocolate frosting (I mixed the Oreos a little more to mix the white part of the Oreo cookie), and I topped it with some additional Oreo cookies for fun. YUMMY! Recipe courtesy of 101 Things To Do With A Cake Mix.
I found this recipe last fall in a seasonal Betty Crocker recipe book and finally made it this year. I wish I had made it sooner! If you love cinnamon buns but don't want to spend the time making them, this is the recipe for you! Super easy and absolutely delicious!
I made my daughter's wedding cake using this recipe. It turned out fantastic. The texture is just perfect for a wedding cake -- not too fluffy so it breaks from the weight, but also not overly dense. The flavor, texture and moistness were just right. I made two batches of the batter for a three-tiered wedding cake using 14", 10" and 6" pans that were 3-inches deep. I had enough extra batter for a 9" layer (not a deep pan). This recipe was originally created by Rebecca Sutterby.