Recipe courtesy Sandra Lee, 2008
Show: Semi-Homemade CookingEpisode: Wedding Bells
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Place 10-inch layer cake in the center of sheet cake. Place the 8-inch layer cake on the top of the 10-inch layer cake. Decorate the top and sides of the cake with the cookies by gently pressing them into frosting.
Finish decorating with dragees.
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on January 14, 2011
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I've already written one review and decided to post another. For those that have negative comments about how it's ugly and hideous...Why don't you add more decorations??? Because it seems to me like there will be plenty of room with the 1/2 sheet cake as the base to decorate it very nicely. As far as the silver dragees, your guests can either remove them on their own or better yet, use the edible ones. By the way Sandra, I'm having this cake at my upcoming wedding April 9, 2011.
on February 13, 2010
Oh, so THIS is a recipe? A few store-bought cakes and tacky ornament-like cookies thrown onto the sides? When I actually saw this episode (I was THAT bored, I laughed when she said this, erm, "cake" was called a No Bake Love Cake. Haha. Yeah, sorry, but there was no "love" put into this horrifying, poor excuse of a dessert. I don't know about Sandra, but if someone made this cake for me, I would think they hated me and didn't want to spend any time on me at all. And it most certainly shouldn't be regarded as a WEDDING cake, for crying out loud!! Oh, and a little side note, most 14-year olds (including me when I was 14 can cook better than this crazy lady.
San Diego, CA
on August 16, 2009
This is just plain ugly. Is she kidding with this? If anyone gave this to me, I'd throw it in their face.
I'd rather go to the local supermarket and get one of their cakes. I'm sure it would be cheaper than this eyesore.
I'm sure there was some hideous "tablescape" to go along with this monstrosity.
How many cocktails did it take to come up with this winner?
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