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Red White & Blue Poke Cake

A red, white, and blue treat – Red White & Blue Poke Cake! Homemade white cake, with red and blue jello with a fluffy white frosting. 

It’s the official start of beach season – Memorial Day weekend! I don’t think that New England got the message though, it’s cold and grey outside. That isn’t going to put a damper on the festivities though. This is a weekend for barbecues, cleaning off the beach chairs, and stocking up on sunscreen. Summer is here!!

I made this fun red, white, and blue poke cake for Dixie Crystals and am happy to have another fun patriotic recipe up my sleeve. I love anything red, white, and blue. The cake layer is homemade, and could not be any simpler to make. It’s so easy that you can actually mix it up in the pan that you are going to bake it in. After it bakes and cooled, you poke holes (a chopstick is the perfect tool) and pour red and blue Jell-O into it. It soaks into the cake and when you slice it, the colors are amazing. It is topped with a fluffy vanilla frosting and has an extra layer of red and blue sprinkles. Super fun!
Red White & Blue Poke Cake

This recipe can be found at the Dixie Crystals website. Click below for the full recipe.

Red White & Blue Poke Cake
Red White & Blue Poke Cake

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  1. Brad Nierenberg

    May 24th, 2017 at 1:38 pm

    This looks very patriotic and I bet it tastes even better! Haven’t had a poke cake in years. Great idea!

  2. bakedbree

    July 23rd, 2017 at 1:30 pm

    It’s fun!

  3. Susan Salzman

    June 16th, 2017 at 7:06 pm

    This is great. Just set up a scheduled post on my Urban Baker wall!

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