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I love poke cakes and this was no exception! I did tweak it a tiny bit- I substituted half the water with Grand Marnier when making the Jello! Also, I divided this into two separate 9x9" pans so I had one cake to bring to work, and one cake to keep! It was a definite hit at work- the Jello Grand Marnier made the cake very moist and gave it a nice flavor! Definitely worthwhile!

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GlamAtomic October 31, 2010

I had plans to make this during Halloween week, but forgot about it until this week. A little late, but that's ok. I also could not locate any of the little pumpkins after Halloween, so I used regular candy corn. Cake is supper moist as all pokes cakes are. You even use a can frosting to save time. Nice treat for Halloween or just Fall. Thanks!

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True Texas November 06, 2007

I made this last year for Halloween for my family and they loved it! I think that this will be a yearly tradition for us! Thank you for DogAndCatDoc for sharing this wonderful recipe with everyone!

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cowgirl kari September 10, 2006

Little late on making this for Halloween, but convinced my DS's candy corn pumpkins are during the fall season in general! Like why would they care? It is cake after all! My family enjoyed this, I don't care for sweets, so 'I' couldn't rate it..their smiles said it all. It wasn't wet like a Christmas poke cake that I've made in the past Thanks DogandCatDoc!

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lets.eat November 16, 2005
Halloween Poke Cake