Aunt Agnes' Broken Glass Cake

Total Time
20mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins

LOVE things that are colourful, TRUE! Dessert reminds me of a rainbow too! Perhaps you'd like to try it, YES? How simple is it to make? GUESS!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Separately dissolve each package of Jello/Gelatin in HOT water.
  2. Stir until completely dissolved.
  3. Refrigerate until firm--- then cut into cubes.
  4. Soften plain gelatin in 1/4 cup of COLD water and add HOT Pineapple Juice until dissolved.
  5. Cool then fold into whipped cream to which you have added vanilla and cream to.
  6. Line Spring pan with Lady Fingers (***HINT Trim tips so they stand***).
  7. Add Jello/Gelatin cubes to cream mixture and pour into Spring pan.
  8. Decorate top with tips of Lady Fingers you cut off.
  9. Chill 6- 12 hours.
  10. Remove sides from pan and serve in slices!
  11. ENJOY!

Reviews

(6)
Most Helpful

I found this recipe easy to make and it looked fantastic. The cake came out perfectly. I found I only needed to use 1 box of 250g ladyfingers. Also there is an error in the instructions at point 5 - you add vanilla and sugar to the whipped cream.

Cazzen January 02, 2006

Great fun recipe. My kids and I enjoyed this. I used an extra box of lemon jello. Each slice is pretty when you cut into it. I didn't have any pineapple juice so I used orange juice instead. Will definetly make again.

skiingpeaches February 21, 2008

directions were a little confusing, having never made anything like this, I had to guess about softening the plain gelatin, and about the whipped cream mixture. I don't like strawberry jello, so I substituted with cherry, and also added grape (for more like stained glass effect) I have had a similar cake, made with vanilla wafers, don't missunderstand, it was good, but the consistancy of the end result seemed to be not quite right, and the prep time was a bit more than 20 minutes, more like2-3 hours.

Tayder's momma November 22, 2007

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