Strawberry Cake!

Hey all!

If you don’t know or can’t tell already, I like strawberries. Especially when it’s in food of some sort. Today I made the prettiest look cake…and I had a slice. 😁

I actually wanted to share what I did which is quite simple and very easy to make. Just take a look at the pictures below!

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First, get all the ingredients for a cake. I myself just used a cake box and whatever it needed for it to be made.

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Mix all your ingredients into an bowl and mix!

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Next, grease you cake pans. Using PAM or some kind of oil.

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I like to measure my cake batter to make sure that the cakes will be almost even/equal.

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Wash your fruit

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While the the cake is baking in the oven, cut up the strawberries.

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Once the cakes have baked place them on a cooling rack.

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Don't worry if the cake falls apart. You can fix it with "cake cement" aka frosting 😉

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See? No worries!

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Next add your frosting using only half the can. Use whatever you like. I used cream cheese flavor.

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Add the strawberries that you sliced onto the cake you just frosted. Add as much or as little as you want.

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After you finshed adding the fruit, gently place the second layer of cake on top of the first.

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Add the remaining frosting to the top.

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After you frosted the top, decorate the cake how you want. This is what I did. 😁

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This camera does not do it justice. It's almost too beautiful to eat...but not that beautiful 😉

Weel, this is the finished product! It tastes as good as it looks, trust me. All there is left to do is eat it!

Enjoy! 🙂 

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