I love cake. I also love whipped frosting. Don’t get me wrong, buttercream is delicious when it’s fresh and prepared properly. But there is something refreshing about smooth, light whipped frosting. I’ve made it myself before, but was very excited when I found out that Cool Whip now has their own whipped frosting. This, of course, meant that I had to try it out right away. All of this has also inspired me to use the Cool Whip Frosting and white sugar sprinkles on snowflake sugar cookies. I’ll try that another day.
This White Winter Cake was ridiculously easy to prepare. It tastes delicious. And it would look great in the middle of any holiday party food layout. You can also customize it in many ways. I chose to stay simple with white sugar sprinkles. Here are the details.
Duncan Hines Classic White cake mix (plus items needed to make the cake – water, oil, egg whites)
Cool Whip Frosting – Vanilla (2 containers – find them next to Cool Whip in the freezer aisle)
Wilton Sprinkles White Sparkling Sugar
I simply prepared the cake according to the box instructions and let the Cool Whip Frosting thaw in the refrigerator. After my two 9″ round cakes cooled, I applied the Cool Whip Frosting generously. Then I sprinkled the Wilton White Sparkling Sugar all over the top of the cake. Done!
Please keep in mind that I am not a nutritionist, chef or doctor. This recipe is intended for fun sharing only.