The Jell-O adds a fruity flavor to the cake, which might trick you into believing this is semi-healthy Residence Design
. (Sorry to report it isn't.)
Total Time: 2:00
Yield: 12 servings
Serves: 12 servings
1 box vanilla cake mix
1 package cherry Jell-O
1 package blue raspberry Jell-O
2 c. boiling water
2 c. cold water
1 container whipped topping
Prepare the vanilla cake according to the package's instructions, then let it cool for at least 20 minutes before poking the top of the entire cake with the handle of a wooden spoon Travel guides
Pour the cherry Jell-O mix into one bowl, and the blue raspberry Jell-O mix into another bowl. Add a cup of boiling water to each bowl and whisk until the Jell-O powder has dissolved. Stir a cup of cold water into each bowl.
Immediately pour both flavors of Jell-O onto the cake, filling alternate holes and areas of the cake to create a spotted or tie-dye effect. Refrigerate for two hours.
Top the cake with a layer of whipped topping and cover with sprinkles