The best thing about this yummy dessert is how gorgeous it looks in the punch bowl. As you know, most punch bowls are glass and transparent. When you make a dessert like this and place it into the punch bowl you can see every beautiful layer. These layers look especially lovely when making a strawberry dessert. I love to garnish my strawberry punch bowl dessert with whole or sliced berries.
Check out what my pals over at Me And My Pink Mixer had to say about this recipe:
Strawberry Punchbowl Cake was one of the desserts we served at Madison’s graduation party. It’s a fantastic dessert for a party or picnic because it serves alot of people and is tasty too!
Boy does this dessert ever feed a lot of folks! I took it to my church potluck the other week and everyone got some 🙂
1 box Betty Crocker French vanilla cake mix (bake as directed in a 9 x 11 inch pan)
24 oz. container frozen sliced strawberries with sugar added, thawed
5.1 oz. package of vanilla Jell-O instant pudding and pie filling
3 cups of milk for pudding
16 oz. container of Cool Whip
Fresh strawberries for garnish
Bake cake as directed on box mix. Cool on a wire rack.
Once cake has completely cooled, cut it in half.
Mix pudding with 3 cups of milk, as directed on the pudding box. Set aside.
Begin layering by tearing or cubing half of the cake into the bottom of your punchbowl.
Follow with half of the container of thawed strawberries, then half of the pudding and half of the Cool Whip.
Repeat layers and garnish with fresh strawberries.
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Quick Tip: Use either whole berries or sliced to garnish the top of the dessert.
Thank you Me And My Pink Mixer for this great recipe.