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March 17, 2014

PISTACHIO PUDDING CAKE...MY FAVORITE SHAMROCK GREENS

 


The green canning jars from the Ball Heritage Collection

 
Mae Mobley admiring the snapdragons
 
 
Seasonal Lindt Truffles
 
 
The "Irish Silent Companions" which were popular during the Victorian era
 

A serving tray featuring this pre-Raphaelite beauty


The Irish Pub Cookbook featuring Irish comfort food which includes mouthwatering soups and stews, Molasses Brown Bread and Irish Cream Cheesecake


PISTACHIO PUDDING CAKE
BEAT TOGETHER
5 Eggs

ADD:
1 Box of white or yellow cake mix
2 Packages instant pistachio pudding mix (not prepared)
½ Cup of oil
½ Cup of water
1/2 Cup milk

BEAT TOGETHER FOR
5 Minutes, then pour into greased tube pan

BAKE: YOUR CAKE
At 350 degrees for 45 to 55 minutes
PISTACHIO FROSTING
1 package instant pistachio pudding mix
½ Cup milk
Fold in one large (12 oz.) carton of Cool Whip



Happy St. Patrick’s Day
 


5 comments:

  1. A lovely post for the day, Estelle. The green ball jars are so pretty. Your pistachio cake sounds delicious. I need to buy that kind of pudding one of these days as I often see recipes using it and never have any. Have a lovely day.

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  2. Happy St. Patrick's Day Estelle!! The pistachio cake looks delicious!

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  3. That cake sounds wonderful! Hope you can link up to Tasty Tuesday tonight!

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  4. Estelle, I'm thinking of making this cake today for company tonight but have a question about the 'frosting' part. Do you beat the milk and pudding together first then add the Cool Whip or to you just put it all together in a bowl and mix it up? Thanks for your help. I know you are a few hours behind me but I'd love a response asap. :) It's 11:30 am here. Pamela

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    1. Good morning Pamela! I have just read your comment/question and sincerely apologize for such a late response. We were out of town all weekend. I hope you were able to clarify your question and make the cake for your company. I probably should have clarified this in the recipe but, the whipped topping is always folded into the pudding or custard at the very end. This would hold true in a salad or dessert. I so appreciate your visit and again, apologize for not being able to answer quickly. Thank you so much!

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