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2 boxes white cake mix
(make according to directions)
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup sugar
1- 16 oz cool whip
1- 8 oz cool whip
1-2 14 oz bags shredded coconut flakes
1. Use your favorite brand of white cake mix and make up two boxes (separately). Bake according to directions using only 3 round cake pans.
2. After baking, let cool.
3. Level tops (if necessary) with a long knife.
4. In a saucepan on low-medium, dissolve sugar in milk. After sugar is completely dissolved, let cool.
5. To make the frosting, mix coconut and cool whip using at least one full bag of coconut (or more if you LOVE coconut).
6. Place one cake on a cake plate. Poke holes in the top and drizzle 1/3 of sugar/milk mixture over cake. Top with enough frosting to cover cake.
7. Add 2nd cake layer, poke holes in the top and add another third of the sugar/milk mixture. Spread frosting to cover the top of cake layer.
8. Repeat previous step for third cake layer. Spread frosting around the outside of cake, being sure to completely cover. (Insert wooden skewers for stability if needed)
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Of all the lasagnas out there, this is the one with Chocolate. This Chocolate Lasagna is a dessert you don’t want to miss.
Chocolate Lasagna | Serves 12
1 box chocolate grahams
2 cups heavy cream
2 tbsp granulated sugar
2 − 8 oz packages cream cheese, softened
½ cup granulated sugar
¼ cup milk
½ tsp salt
2 – 3 oz boxes chocolate instant pudding
2 1/2 cups milk
LET’S GET COOKING…
In a bowl, whip heavy cream with 2 tbsp sugar until fluffy. Set aside
In another bowl, beat cream cheese, sugar, milk and salt until smooth. Fold in whipped cream until incorporated. Set aside.
In a different bowl, beat pudding mix with 2 ½ cups milk until combined.
Cover bottom of baking dish with chocolate grahams, breaking to fit if needed.
Spread ⅓ of cream cheese mixture evenly over graham layer in baking dish. Place half of pudding mixture over cream cheese; spread evenly. Cover pudding with additional layer of graham crackers and repeat layers of cream cheese and pudding.Top with remaining cream cheese mixture and refrigerate for 4 hours to overnight.
When ready to serve, dust with cocoa powder.
Cut into squares, serve cold and enjoy!
1. Always load your horse last in the trailer so it is the first one
unloaded. By the time he’s got his horse unloaded, you will have
your cinch pulled and be mounted up ready to go – lessening the
chance of him riding off without you with your horse trying to
follow while you are still trying to get your foot in the stirrup.
2. Never – and I repeat never – ever believe the phrase “We’ll be
right back,” when he has asked you to help him do something out on the ranch. The echoing words, “this will only take a little while” have filtered through generations of ranch wives and still today should invoke sincere distrust in the woman who hears them.
3. Always know there is NO romantic intention when he pleadingly asks you to take a ride in the pickup with him around the ranch while he checks waters and looks at cattle. What that sweet request really means is he wants someone to open and close the gates.
4. He will always expect you to quickly be able to find one stray in a four-section brush-covered pasture, but he will never be able to find the mayonnaise jar in four-square feet of refrigerator.
5. Count every head of everything you see – cattle especially, but
sometimes horses, deer, quail or whatever moves. Count it in the gate, out the gate or on the horizon. The first time you don’t count is when he will have expected that you did. That blank eyelash-batting look you give him when he asks “How many?” will not be acceptable.
6. Know that you will never be able to ride a horse or drive a pickup to suit him. Given the choice of jobs, choose throwing the feed off the back of the pickup. If he is on the back and you are driving, the opportunity for constant criticism of speed, ability and your eyesight will be utilized to the full extent. “How in the *@*# could you NOT see that hole?”
7. Never let yourself be on foot in the alley when he is sorting cattle horseback. When he has shoved 20 head of running, bucking, kicking yearlings at you and then hollers “Hold ’em, hold ’em” at the top of his lungs, don’t think that you really can do it without loss of life or limb. Contrary to what he will lead you to believe, walking back to the house is always an option that has been used throughout time.
8. Don’t expect him to correctly close the snap-on tops on the plastic refrigerator containers, but know he will expect you to always close every gate. His reasoning, the cows will get out; the food will not.
9. Always praise him when he helps in the kitchen – the very same way he does when you help with the ranch work – or not.
10. Know that when you step out of the house you move from the “wife” department to “hired hand” status. Although the word “hired” indicates there will be a paycheck that you will never see, rest assured you will have job security. The price is just right. And most of the time you will be “the best help he has” even if it is because you are the ONLY help he has.