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www.aarp.org/community/editor/fckeditor/editor/images/smiley/msn/heart.gif" />The picture of the cake looks yummy but with my quest to eliminate HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP from my diet I don't think this would be allowed!
I have made a variation of this cake for years. You can use a homemade recipe for the cake if you like. I frequently use a red and a green Kool-Aid and divide the cake batter into thirds. Put one color portion into the pan in globs (large spoonfulls) then add the white globs and the other color on top in globs. Run a butter knife or spatula through the cake batter to get the air out and mix the colors a little bit. I usually run the knife back and for 5 or 6 times between the outside and the inside tube and around the pan in the center of the channel one way then move over a bit and run it the other way. Not too much or it will be all one color again. You get get flavor mixes depending on the Kool-Aid flavors you use.
When the cake is baked and cooled, add Kool-Aid of your coice for flavor to the whipped cream. Great for Holidays I even used stabalized whipped cream frosting and decorated them with clowns in different flavors for childrens parties. I use to provide it for charity reasons because it was so simple but tasted great!
Everyone always thought I spent hours making these wonderful--usually the first to go--creations when in reality it is very simple.