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Tricia’s Lime Cake
Posted By Tricia H On March 24, 2011 @ 5:10 pm In Baking,Dessert | 10 Comments
Any cake with more than two layers is a special celebratory cake in my cookbook. A spring green cake even more so.
At the first sign of brilliant blue skies, I start to think of making my Aunt Kathy’s Lime Cake. Will it be for Easter, Mother’s Day, a birthday or a bridesmaids luncheon? All of the above.
Aunt Kathy’s Lime Cake
Spray three (3) 8- or 9-inch cake pans with non-stick spray. Preheat oven according to instructions on cake box (350 degrees). Mix all cake ingredients together in stand mixer on medium speed for 2 to 3 minutes. Bake according to box instructions. Mine turned out well in 350 oven for 31 minutes.
Cooking with Kids: Of course, when I made this, it became a cooking fun  session. We keep a lemon supreme cake mix and a box of lime jello in the Cook Box . Plus, we didn’t have cooking spray on hand, so we did it the butter and flour way. The girls had fun greasing and flouring the pans! I think the cake layers came out of the pan easier.
Refrigerate cake until ready to serve. (Yes, I meant to tell you that first. I had to rearrange the fridge to be sure to have room).
I’ve written down each time I’ve made this cake. It’s a scrapbook of celebrations! Another recipe from that red and white checked cookbook .
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