Mix all together with beaters and pour into greased and floured bundt pan. Bake at 350 degrees F for 40-50 minutes (check with toothpick). Let cool in bundt pan for 20 minutes before inverting onto plate.
I received this recipe from my cousin Crystal about four weeks ago and have made about six of these, they're so good (and so easy). I've combined yellow cake/lemon pudding, lemon cake/vanilla pudding, yellow cake/vanilla pudding, caramel cake/vanilla pudding - all were very good and even better with a scoop of ice cream on the side. You can ice this cake if you want, but all I did was dust with powdered sugar.
You won't be disappointed!
Mary Moo from Wilmington, IL
This recipe sounds delicious, but I'm a novice cook and didn't see the temperature for baking it. Thanks so much. I can't wait to make it. I love recipes where I have all the ingredients in the pantry.
<b>Editor's Note</b> It's there now. Thanks for letting us know.
What is the oven temperature?
Editor's Note: I think 350 degrees F would be fine.
Try the cinnamon swirl cake mix sometime/vanilla pudding. I think Betty Crocker makes one. I like to make these for coffee cakes in bunt pans to take to bake sales. They are so good and moist.
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