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|Calories250Calories from Fat130|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat130|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Donna Shannon 8 days ago
Very easy to follow turned out great!
Camerone Trent a month ago
Very tasty and refreshing! I will definitely make again!
Keisha 8 months ago
Simple and light. Will definitely make again.
Stephanie W. a year ago
Easy and fabulous.. Made just like recipe said and would Def make again.
Jim S. a year ago
This recipe turned out great! The cake was very moist and flavorful. Recipe was very easy, great for when you need a quick, at a moments notice dessert.
Stidam 2 years ago
The cake was a real hit with my grandkids! Now my kids want the recipe!
rachel talerico 2 years ago
I am making it fir Sunday and will let you know tomorrow...thank you...it looks like it would be delicious!
Karen Seegren 2 years ago
Fabulous! Took longer to bake than suggested but otherwise all was good Will definitely make again and again
Tara T. 2 years ago
This was great and nice light dessert for summer.
Clare 2 years ago
cake tasted amazing! I put some icing sugar in with the cream to make the topping taste even more sweet :)
Gail W. 2 years ago
I have made 2 of these Pineapple Sunshine cakes recently and they were GONE in a flash. I used 20 oz can of Crushed Pineapple(10 oz per cake/10 oz for frosting), instead of the 8 oz cans. I used 4 Jumbo eggs. I used the "Creamy" Cool whip. I mixed the pineapple and pudding(frosting) together and let it sit together until I was ready to add the cool whip to the mixture. I used a mixer on low/med for around 1 1/2 minutes on the cake mix ingredients. I only used a spray(wiped off extra) on the bottom of a glass pan also. Both cake were moist. I might try to extra box of Vanilla pudding and poke hole in the cake next time for something different. Did you just follow the box instructions for the instant pudding mix may I ask?
Mary Jean L. 3 years ago
I thought the cake wasn't as moist as I expected so I'm going to try Irene's idea of poking holes and adding pudding. I used applesauce instead of oil and added coconut to the icing. Icing is delicious and addictive!
Rose C. 4 years ago
Very refreshing cake for summer. Took to work everyone loved it. Made no changes , and I will be making it again.
Irene W. 4 years ago
It was amazing ! I poked holes in cake and made another package of vanilla pudding and poured it into holes and then frosted it with the pineapple whipped cream mixture