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12 servings, 1 piece (183 g) each
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You can also quick-set the jelly using frozen sliced strawberries. Dissolve the jelly powders in boiling water as directed. Add 1 cup each frozen strawberries and ice cubes; stir 3 to 5 min. or until thickened. Remove any unmelted ice. Continue as directed, decorating with 2 cups sliced fresh strawberries.
Using a toothpick, trace a maple leaf pattern on top of dessert. Place a strawberry slice on each leaf point, then fill in the leaf with remaining strawberries.
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Have made this cake for 16 years as an Aniversary/Canada Day BBQ tradition. Our family absolutely loves it. I tried every type of variation,including using or adding a layer of pudding or custard. All variations have been a hit. The family best takes a little longer because I make it the night before and I usually have to double the recipe. I make my own white pound cake. While it is cooling,I make the jello but I use 3 or 4 packs and reduce the water. I let that firm in the fridge while the cake is cooling. After the cake has cooled I pour the jello over the cake,cover it and let it set over night. In the morning I cover it with real whipped ***** stabilized with a small amount of sifted icing sugar and set the strawberries. The cake has never been soggy using this method. It takes a little longer but worth every morsel. Happy Canada Day.
I love this cake and put a layer of vanilla pudding before the cool whip...it's Awesome!!
This was a very cheap and easy recipe that I made for Canada Day this year.