Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 30 min. + cooling
this is so beautiful
so pretty to serve and so easy to make. Finding the watermelon jello was the hardest thing about this cake. Kids love it!
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I have mixed feelings about this recipe. The cake was delicious, but I couldn't do anything with it because it completly crumbled and fell apart. I made my own white cake, and then I followed the directions to frost it, and it was delicious. I made homemade cream cheese frosting. I give this a 3 star, because the cake crumbled at the slightest touch, but still tasted good by itself, and I like the creativity.
I did this one in cupcakes and added mini chips to the batter. They were super cute and loved by all.
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I've made this cake twice for my daughter's birthday (she liked it so much she asked for it again). The first time I made it I had to use strawberry jello and it was great. Second time I used watermelon jello and it was just as good. Now my daughter is old enough to bake cakes by herself so maybe she will be the next in our house to attempt this.
My daughter requested it for her birthday. This was the easiest cake I ever made! I guess I was lucky that our Walmart carries the watermelon jello in winter. The kids LOVED it!!!!!
I have made this and just put food coloring in my cake batter to make it pink. It tastes as good and you don't have to worry about finding the jello.
The only problem is that watermelon jello is seasonal, so I found Jell-O Melon Fusion and it taste just as good.