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BEST EVER STRAWBERRY CAKE

No doubt about that, strawberries have always been a part of my life and recipes. Almost 6 years ago, I blogged about a drool worthy fresh strawberry cake that I made and it has been a BIG hit on my blog, getting pinned and shared all over the place the last few years. The pictures I took are really bad….6 years ago I had no idea how to take decent pics, so it was pretty pathetic. I just went back and edited that post with a good picture and a printable recipe sheet that I’m adding here too.

No doubt about that, strawberries have always been a part of my life and recipes. Almost 6 years ago, I blogged about a drool worthy fresh strawberry cake that I made and it has been a BIG hit on my blog, getting pinned and shared all over the place the last few years. The pictures I took are really bad….6 years ago I had no idea how to take decent pics, so it was pretty pathetic. I just went back and edited that post with a good picture and a printable recipe sheet that I’m adding here too.

After bringing all these beautiful fresh strawberries back from Florida, I had to make another one of these strawberry cakes. So, I’m reprising the strawberry cake recipe today, which I’m also updating on a printable recipe page. We didn’t do that back then, but now recipes can be printed easily.

FAQs:

Q1: Can I use frozen strawberries for the puree? A1: Absolutely! Thaw and drain the frozen strawberries before pureeing for the best results.

Q2: Can I make cupcakes instead of a layered cake? A2: Certainly! Adjust the baking time to approximately 18-22 minutes for cupcakes.

Q3: How do I store leftovers? A3: Store any leftover cake in the refrigerator, covered, to maintain its freshness. Bring it to room temperature before serving.

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Unlock the secrets to crafting “The Best Strawberry Cake Ever” and indulge in a dessert experience that’s truly extraordinary. This recipe is not just a cake; it’s a celebration of the sweet and delicate allure of fresh strawberries. Enjoy every blissful bite! 🍰🍓

Ingredients

1 box white cake mix
3 tbsp plain flour
1 (3 Oz) box strawberry jello
1/2 cup water
3/4 cup oil, I used canola oil
2 cup fresh or frozen pureed strawberries (one cup for cake & one cup for icing)
4 eggs

Instructions

Combine cake mix, flour, Jello and water.
Add oil and eggs, one at a time, beating well between. Add strawberries. Beat 2 minutes. Pour batter into well-greased and floured 9×13 pan. Bake at 350* for about 45 minutes.

CREAM CHEESE ICING:

adapted from Paula Deen online recipe
1 stick butter softened
1 8 oz. pkg. cream cheese, softened
1 cup frozen or fresh pureed strawberries
3 cups powdered sugar
Add all ingredients to a mixing bowl and mix with mixer until creamy. Pour over cake after it cools from the oven.
Add a strawberry to top for garnishment or pureed strawberries to top.

Eat and Enjoy!

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