Ready in 45 minutes
This is my husbands favorite cake, he gets it every January for his birthday cake. Moist and great pudding icing if you don't want a sugar icing. Try it! It's a family favorite! Enjoy!
"I have always seen this cake as a sheet cake and it is called Watergate cake. My recipe calls for coconut and cherries on top. This makes a really pretty sheet cake!"- linda3203
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Preheat oven to 350 degrees, Grease and flour a bundt pan. Blend all cake ingredients except nuts well. Beat for a couple minutes, add nuts; mix well. Pour batter into prepared bundt pan. Bake for 50 to 60 minutes. Cool 15 minutes; remove from pan, cool on rack. Split cake into 2 layers. Spread, frosting between each layer. I then frost the outside of the cake and garnish with more nuts. If you want a 3 layer cake and to be able to frost the layers and the outside I use 3 packages of Dream Whip, 3 packages of Pistachio Pudding adn 4 1/2 cups of millk. We like a lot of frosting.
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shmack 1 year agoLooks amazing!! I just wish we had dream whip and pistachio pudding in Australia!
ashmjohnson 3 years agoWhat are packets of dream whip?
Lovingfluffy123 3 years agoI didn't even eat this yet but it looks amazingly great! I love this type of cake! Rachhhhh
linda3203 4 years agoI have always seen this cake as a sheet cake and it is called Watergate cake. My recipe calls for coconut and cherries on top. This makes a really pretty sheet cake!
cathy.olson 4 years agothe recipe just says to spread the frosting. How do you make the frosting. Just mix all the ingredients? Cook it?
Beachbumette 4 years agoThis looks delicious, and I'm going to try it. I'm giving it 5 stars on looks alone. :)
Angelett 4 years ago[I posted this recipe.]