Feeding Less Than 5,000

OOOOOOGA!!! OOOOOGA!! Sound the alarm.

Theodore Gustersham just passed away, his service will be in three days. At least a hundred people are expected for this long-time member.

Okay, you may not be feeding 5,000, buit who ya gonna call….well…it’s usually the Lutheran Ladies. To help with this problem, the bedazzling, always snazzy Kitchenettes (can you hear them grumbling in background?) have visited other Lutheran Cookbooks for EAZY-PEAZY recipes to whip together quick. quick deliciousness. (Unless you simply buy everything which is quicker, but not cheaper.)

Lemon bundt cake.

Lemon bundt cake. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Today we feature

Quick Quick Lemon Cake
Immanuel Lutheran in Missouri

1 box lemon cake mix
2 pkgs lemon pudding mix
1 1/2 C. milk

1 tub whipped cream

Prepare according to package directions for 2 round layers (8 or 9 inch). Bake and cool    in pans for 10 minutes. Remove to wire racks;
Use a whisk to mix pudding mixes and milk. Spread over the top of each cake.
Place layers on top of each other and frost with whipped topping.
Speedy Tip: Cook in a 9×13” pan. Spread mixed pudding, then whipped topping.

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15 thoughts on “Feeding Less Than 5,000

  1. Pingback: Dinner for the Exhausted | Lutheran Ladies Circle

  2. HI!!!
    thank you so much for visiting my BLOG!!!
    I love getting new visitors and I hope we can become blogging buddies!!
    This recipe looks good and low calorie…so great thing!!!
    Have a great week and again thank you for popping in!!
    Hugs 2 U,

    • Diann, I think this cake would look better on your side of the blog than mine. I’m getting a bit plump over here what with all the treats. I’m enjoying blog-jogging over to your site to work this lemon cake off.

  3. The cake looks yummy – Thanks for sharing.
    Thanks for stopping by and nice comment. No, the picture was not doctored up – I just got lucky the sun was shining on it just right. I don’t normally have much luck taking pictures. – I need a different camera.
    Hope you are enjoying your weekend.

  4. Hi Kris, I’m very sorry about Theodore….that low fat lemon cake looks yummy. (gosh, that’s seems a bit weird, my going from condolences to lemon cake like that. 😦 Sorry.

    Thanks so much for your visit to my blog and for your kind words. You commented on Barby the mouse in my side bar. I didn’t make her, my friend Barby did! If you click on the photo you will go to Barby’s blog where you can see many more of her precious critters. 🙂

    Have a wonderful Sunday! xo Paulette

    • Hi Paulette or BEEDeeBabee which is fun to say, too. I clicked around on your blog and fell in love with the heart pins and then I saw Barby the mouse. I tend to have an affinity for creatures, especially ones that don’t shed.

  5. Oh my word! Many of my family are Lutheran ladies – or as we say it “Good Lut’ren Women” and I love them so much. LOVE your blog. Good advice, good recipes – what’s not to like!

    • Dear Helen Hartman…I love saying that whole phrase. Of course you love Lut’ren gals or we’d send the famous Lutheran goose to chase you and change your mind, hence creating the old phrase…”YOUR goose is cooked.” Thanks for coming by.

  6. I have a quick cookie recipe I use when need something good and fast. It only has 3 ingredients–the main one being a box of cake mix!! I guess Lutheran ladies are ready with those make it quick recipes!

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