4 Reviews

This one is so simple even a kid could make it. We enjoyed it very much and we will have it again!

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Pots & Pans January 04, 2010

yummy hot weather dessert! I used fresh pineapple and used walnuts in place of Brazil nuts, thanks for sharing de Roche!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz June 08, 2007

I liked this cake a lot. It's not too sweet. And it's easy because there's no baking if you use a store-bought angel food cake. I made pineapple. My next one will be mango. I sliced and served as many portions as was needed from the frozen cake and returned the rest of the cake to the freezer. It's there for future desserts; I'll always have a delicious cake ready!

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Kathy228 April 21, 2007

It's plain, it's simple, it's so easy to make! And it tastes extremely good! I was disappointed in the looks of the finished cake, but that was entirely my fault, since I can't make a 1" slice through anything like a cake [although I figured out later how to do just that: Put the cake inside a round cake pan & carefully slice horizontally across the top of the pan! Result = perfect slices every time!] Anyway, the raves on this cake were OUTSTANDING, & the entire thing was consumed is under 20 minutes by 8 people [half of whom started out with 'just a sliver' of a piece, 'just a taste!' Thanks for the recipe ~ It's one I intend to make often!

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Sydney Mike March 06, 2007
Pineapple Icebox Cake