My mom does the poke cake, but I think differently. She bakes the cake (usually a yellow cake mix) according to directions. When it is finished, allow to cool. Poke holes in the top. Mix 2 packages of jello with the hot water only (this amount if your cake is in a 9x13 pan) and pour over the entire cake. Cool in fridge to set jello. Then she makes a pudding frosting but I don't remember the proportions for that. She's done this with 2 kinds of jello - pouring 1 color on 1/2 of cake and the other on the second 1/2... looks really cool!
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I have had this cake both ways described here and they are both good! The poke cake is a favorite at baby showers and parties the other is more for home sweet to eat cake.
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