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     Cow Pie Cake

Category   Desserts - Breads
Sub Category   Kids

Ingredients
1 box chocolate cake mix
2 cans chocolate fudge frosting
1/2 cup peanuts
1/2 cup raisins
1 cup sweetened coconut flakes
10 red gummy worms
1 cup candy corn
red and green food coloring
 

Instructions
Mix the cake mix according to the package directions and add the raisins and nuts, being careful to just fold these ingredients into the batter. Pour into an 8 or 9-inch round pan that has been oiled and floured. Bake according to the package directions.
When done, let stand for 10 minutes, then remove from the pan and cool on a rack.In the meantime, divide the coconut into thirds. Make one-third green and one-third brown, mixing red and green food coloring. Mix the other third with the frosting.
After the cake has sufficiently cooled, cut it into two parts horizontally. You don't have to make it an even cut; the more uneven the better. Place on a cake board arranging to look like the shape of cow doo-doo.
Place 1/2 cup of the candy corn into the baked cake spacing each piece randomly. Frost the cake with globs of frosting, being careful not to tear up the cake with your spatula. Dip your spatula in water so it glides on the frosting. Sprinkle the green coconut around the bottom of the pie (this is the special effects for grass), then sprinkle the brown coconut all over the place (this is the dirt). Then put on the gummy worms so that there are innies and outies put the remaining candy corn into the frosted parts; poke it with your fingers but don't lick, you don't want to contaminate the cow pie. To make it totally disgusting you can add some plastic flies.


Originally Submitted
9/17/2008





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