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Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Easy Guava Cake




Ingredients:
1 pkg Yellow Cake Mix or Strawberry Cake Mix
1 1/3 C Guava juice
3 Eggs
1/3 C Vegetable oil
1 8-ounce Package cream cheese, softened
1/3 C Sugar 1 tsp Vanilla
1 small pkg Cool Whip, thawed
2 C Guava juice
1/2 C Sugar
1/4 C Cornstarch
Cooking Instructions:
Bake cake according to package directions, substituting guava juice for water. In a medium mixing bowl, beat cream cheese with hand mixer until fluffy. Add sugar and vanilla and beat in. Slowly fold in the Cool Whip and refrigerate until ready to use. In a medium sauce pan, bring the 2 cups guava juice and sugar to a boil. Make a paste out of the cornstarch and a small amount of water. Remove guava juice from heat and stir in the cornstarch mixture. Return to heat and bring back to a boil and boil for one minute. Cool in refrigerator.

To assemble cooled cake:

Thickly ice the cake with all of the cream cheese mixture. Glaze the top of the cake with guava gel. Refrigerate until ready to serve.

Source: Aloha World Ono Recipes

10 comments:

  1. Can you give me the recipe of the really yummy doughy balls with coconut milk? we had that at our wedding luau and I would love to attempt it.

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  2. Thank you! I am going to give this a try for our New Year's Party today...hopefully it will be delicious (not the best baker in the world). I love this cake!!!

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  3. Hi! Thank you for recipe. Can you share with us where you purchase the guava gel?

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  4. Very easy to make and it turned out great! Thank you for the recipe!

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  5. good cake. If you want a pink cake, you need to add 4-6 drops of red food coloring, esp. if you use the yellow cake mix. The Guava topping taste exactly like Dee-lite Bakeries.

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  6. YAY..I've always wondered how you make this oh sooo yummy cake. I'll definitely have to try it out.. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. We tried your recipe. It is so yummy! Thanks!!

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  8. Having Memories of living in Hawaii in the late 50s where I fell in love with the taste of Guava. Now I live in the Colorado Rocky Mountains and can only dream of Fresh Guava! Looking forward to following you.

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  9. Aloha, with fondest memories of fresh Guava Juice!

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  10. So...if we were to substitute the guava juice for say mango juice, would it work out the same? (with the exception of taste of course)

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