Refreshing Pina Colada Cake

"This cake is so light and refreshing. Very good summer cake. It's a tried and true recipe."
Refreshing Pina Colada Cake created by AKPrincess3
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  • Bake cake as suggested on box in a large sheet-cake pan.
  • Cool.
  • Combine puddings, milk, and cream cheese and beat with electric mixer.
  • Refrigerate pudding mixture for an hour.
  • Spread pudding mixture on cake then add a layer of drained pineapple.
  • Top with a layer of Cool Whip.
  • Store in fridge.
  • Note: The nutritional info is flawed because I don't know how many servings it makes.
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  1. AKPrincess3
    Refreshing Pina Colada Cake Created by AKPrincess3
  2. AKPrincess3
    Yummy! I am not a cake/frosting lover, but this I love. I really am in love with the filling. I did make a few changes to fit my 3yr. old's birthday. I added the pineapple to the pudding/cream cheese mixture. Next time I would probably add a little coconut too. I made the cake in 2 round pans put the filling between the layers. I cut the rounds in half and turned backwards to look like a butterfly. I used the cool whip as frosting but I added food coloring and a little meringue powder. It made it a little stiffer so I could pipe some on the cake. I may add a little flavoring to the cool whip next time, I don't know... it was very good.
  3. Andromedangel
    This was fantastic! I made it for a family gathering and it was wiped out completely. Now my family wants me to make it all the time. PS: I mixed about a half cup of Coco Lopez Coconut Cream to the Cool Whip topping and it really was great.
  4. mydesigirl
    Yum-Yum!! We celebrated Father's Day late and I made this to take to mom's house for dessert. It was a perfect summer cake...light,cool and creamy. I used all coconut cream pudding,skim milk and light Cool Whip. It was awesome! No wonder this is Bijan's cake of choice! Thanks for posting!!
  5. dkenny73
    I made this cake for my 2 year old DD's Birthday - it was soooo yummy! Usually I end up throwing away left over cake, cause no one really likes cake around here, but this one was ALL gone the day after the party! I also squished the cake down using waxed paper (thatnks for the tip!) when it came out of the oven so all of the ingredients would fit on top. I used instant vanilla pudding mix but the coconut pudding was not instant, cause I couldn't find the instant stuff. I also added 1 cup of shredded coconut to the pudding / cream cheese mixture. It turned out really really well! I have given this recipe out a few times already! Thanks for the recipe queenkungfu - it's a definate keeper!!

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