Grandma's Southern Cooking

Most of the recipes will come from my
Mother's Old Cookbooks and some,
may come from other family members cookbooks.
Also you know the people,
from the south never did any measuring.
So if I say a pinch of this or that,
you will have to pardon me...
So that will be up to you to figure out.
I know that so many good meals were cooked,
on a stove just like in the picture.
And many of my recipes will come from,
some pretty old worn cookbooks.
Recipes written on scratch paper,
and stuck inside the books...
And not to forget a few things from my Daddy too ...
I will be adding a new recipe each week on Friday,
unless I decide to change my mind.
Isn't that what a lady can do?
Yeppers .... I can do that without Notice ...
So you will need to check back often.
So let's all have some fun...

Southern Strawberry Punch Bowl Cake

1 yellow cake mix
1 (6 oz.) pkg. instant vanilla pudding
1 lg. can crushed pineapple, drained
2 (10 oz.) pkgs. frozen strawberries
2 bananas
1 (16 oz.) carton Cool Whip

How to make it:

Bake cake in two round cake pans and set aside to cool.
Make pudding and set in refrigerator to get cold.
Cut one layer of cake in small chunks; put in punch bowl.
Spread half of pudding on top;
then add half of pineapple and one package strawberries.
Slice one banana on top; half of Cool Whip,
spreading to cover completely.
Repeat with the other layer the same ending with Cool Whip.
Let set in refrigerator overnight.

Carolyn's Tip:

This is a good cake for church potlucks or family get togethers.



Enjoy & See You Next Week.................

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