Grandma Norn's Unbelievable Blackberry Cake

"This is the most wonderful cake you have put in your mouth. Another one of my Granma Norn's recipes that has been in our family for years. It is also one we rarely share, but I love this site so much and have gotten so many wonderful recipes, I decided to give you great cooks something you will truly enjoy and get many, many compliments from. Let me know how you like it."
 
Grandma Norn's Unbelievable Blackberry Cake created by Not Linda
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  • In large bowl mix cake mix, eggs, oil and Jello on high speed with electric mixer about 2 minutes.
  • Add berries; mix until blended well.
  • Pour into greased and floured 9x13-inch pan.
  • Bake at 350 until fork inserted in center comes out clean, about 40-45 minutes.
  • Allow cake to cool completely.
  • In bowl make icing by beating cream cheese and butter until smooth. Gradually add confectioners' sugar.
  • Frost cake, chill and serve.
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  1. Not Linda
    Grandma Norn's Unbelievable Blackberry Cake Created by Not Linda
  2. Not Linda
    This WAS unbelievably good! I used yellow cake mix, Blackberry Fusion and Raspberry jello (cause that's what was in my pantry!) along with a 12-oz package of frozen blackberries and four large, fresh strawberries. The recipe yielded 12 cupcakes (about 20 min.) and a large loaf (about 35 min.). A couple of things that I was unsure about in the recipe: the fruit was to be "unthawed" but that didn't make sense, so I thawed them by running warm water over the bag. Also, I wasn't sure if I was supposed to use my electric mixer to blend the fruit in the batter or just stir them in...but I did use the mixer and it turned out GREAT. Thanks for the delicious recipe!
     
  3. souplady 2
    This is a wonderful cake. I used raspberry-blackberry fusion jello. Not sure if they still make it..Also I added a little Raspberry syrup to the cream cheese frosting. This is one recipe I will definately make again, but I think I will use a little more cream chese in the frosting. it was a little soft.
     
  4. Ceezie
    This cake had great flavor however it sunk in the middle once out of the oven.
     
  5. Bratalli
    Very, Very moist, very, very good. Everyone loved it. I used sugar free geletin (raspberry) and added 1 cup of fresh strawberries with the fresh blackberries. Definately a keeper.
     
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