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30 Delicious No-Bake Refrigerator Cake Recipes Kindle Edition

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"The recipes are obviously carefully crafted and tested, easy to make, and delicious! I especially like it that in her introduction she tells us how to make these delicious desserts with lower calories" - Grace Darby

"This is a great little book for cake recipes of all kinds! These are great for birthday cakes, special occasions and more. I really like that Lori gives options for substitutions if you're trying to lose weight."  - Shelley Lynne

"The refrigerator cakes in this delightful book are presented in a simple, step by step fashion that allows anybody to create a cake that will melt in your mouth.- Princess Lau

"This book opens up a whole new world of cakes that you can make at a moments notice without having to actually bake. " - Lee Dobbins

From the Author

I absolutely loved writing this book because it brought back so many happy memories of cooking with my Mom and cooking for my family and friends.   I hope that you will share some of these cakes with your own family.  Kids love helping with some of the simpler recipes!  Cooking together is one way to make happy family memories :)

Lori

Product Details

  • File Size: 112 KB
  • Print Length: 44 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: January 18, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006ZNG5K0
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #483,184 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Hi!

I'm Lori Burke, the Best-Selling author of Best Ever Christmas Dessert Recipes, 30 Delicious Poke Cake Recipes, 30 Delicious Dump Cake Recipes,30 Delicious Ice Cream Cake Recipes, 30 Delicious Refrigerator Cake Recipes, 30 Delicious Family Favorite Cake Recipes, 30 Delicious Brownie & Bar Recipes and 30 Delicious Icebox Cookie Recipes.

I have been an avid baker and cook my entire life. I learned to cook from my Polish Dad and Italian Mom. We had some very interesting meals in our home :) I married my college sweetheart and we have two beautiful children. I'm a regular person who juggles work and family.

I LOVE to bake but often don't have time for traditional oven-baked cakes or rolled dough cookies. Over the years I've collected recipes that are Quick, Simple, Delicious and Fun to make.

In Best Ever Christmas Dessert Recipes I wanted to share some of the traditional Christmas dessert recipes from my childhood along with more contemporary recipes that I collected throughout the years. You'll find Christmas cookie, cake, bread, dessert and drink recipes. Try the Italian Hot Chocolate ~ it's DELICIOUS and so different from standard hot chocolate!

Poke Cakes are so much fun to make! You bake a cake and poke holes into the top. Then you pour Jell-O gelatin or Jell-O pudding or homemade fruit syrups and purees over the holes and chill the cake. After that you add sliced fresh fruit on top. Toppings include sweetened whipped cream or Cool-Whip or anything you'd like. You're only limited by your creativity with Poke Cakes. Kids also LOVE helping to make these cakes!


Dump Cakes are cobblers and they are so delicious ! The Dump Cake recipes are simple, take 5 to 10 minutes of prep time and just 45 minutes to 1 hour to bake.

I also enjoy fast, easy-to-make Refrigerator Cake recipes that I can whip together quickly when I get home. Finally I published my favorite recipes for slice and bake cookies that are quick, easy and delicious.

I love to make Ice Cream Cakes for birthdays and special occasions. My family loves them and there are never any leftovers. You can't beat ice cream, cake, whipped cream and your choice of ice cream toppings and nuts. Mmmmmmmm!!


I love quick and easy Brownie and Bar recipes that I can make on weekends for my family. I've included both bake from scratch and cake mix recipes in my Brownie and Bar Cookbook.

I started making Icebox Cookies years ago. I wanted to have cookies in the freezer when my kids got home from school and we got home from work. I found it was so easy to make roll cookies from scratch and they were much healthier than store-bought cookies.

There are special cakes that I make for family gatherings. I decided to share them all in the Family Favorite Cake cookbook.

My husband and kids love these tasty cakes and cookies. I really hope you like them too. :)

Lori

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46 of 50 people found the following review helpful By SLB on May 21, 2012
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These are not "cakes", per se. They are frozen or refrigerated desserts. They make use of boxed cookies, Cool Whip, gelatin, boxed pudding mix, cake mix, frozen strawberries, etc. I don't mind some of those things, although I draw the line at Cool Whip. If you are looking for something sweet to throw together quickly, you'll find it here. If you're looking for "homemade", you're out of luck. But it will give you ideas of how to create your own versions with fresher ingredients -- although if you're working from scratch anyway, I don't see how these would necessarily improve your work.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By H. Tebo on January 30, 2012
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Among the wonderful talents I inherited from my European grandparents, I did not obtain intuitive cooking skills. My mother can do wonders with a cup of cocoa, two eggs, flour, and an assortment of spices. I don't think she has looked at a recipe since she was 21. For the rest of us mortals, recipe collections are an essential component to feeding ourselves more than raw foods or burnt concoctions vaguely resembling something palatable. My highest praise is often reserved for illustrated volumes with straightforward instructions to create delicious, inspired meals which do not require a French sous-chef and a PhD in particle physics or mathematics to accomplish. There's an extra star for attempts to be healthy in an era of health consciousness, though I respect a dessert book may be challenged by keeping calories.

Refrigerator Cake Recipes fits the bill as a concise trove of opulent delectables that won't require some unusual techniques guaranteed to put terror into the hearts of aspiring bakers and cookers. Put down the blow torch, pick up a spatula, and head to the races. There are no hard to find ingredients that require a trip to a specialty shop for a tiny bottle of vintage pressed truffle oil that costs more than the rest of the cake combined. Intelligent, well-laid out recipes burst off the page to take your hunger by the horns. Imagination is sure to follow with ways to dress up good standbys. The tone is neither intimidating nor too basic for accomplished kitchenistas, and it strikes a nice balance on either end. I especially enjoy how many of these recipes can be dressed up or modified for taste, and not in a way that requires intense alteration or consideration.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Isadore Ann on January 29, 2012
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I was a little apprehensive when I saw this, because I'm not much for non-traditional cakes. But I was pleasantly surprised. There are several that have an interesting little twist that will make it better than just some frozen or chilled cake. The recipes are laid out in such a way that they also fill you with ideas on what you can do yourself just by substituting a few ingredients.

I thought the collection was a good one, and the instructions were simple enough where just about any cook could complete them with success.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Felicia A. Sullivan on May 23, 2012
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Cute Kindle freebie (thanks, author). It's a quickie e-book, not very detailed or anything, but I did see a few cakes I would try. I don't like that there are so many processed ingredients to make these cakes, but I guess if you're looking for a quick sugar fix, these would fit the bill. I do tend to eat healthier than the recipes in this book, but have to remind myself that IT'S CAKE - it's not SUPPOSED to be healthy. :-)

That said....I'm gunning for you, Oreo Refrigerator Cake.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Trip Ellington on January 27, 2012
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I'll be the first to admit that I'm not the greatest cook in the world, but I do love to cook. Lori's book is the real deal. I've not only impressed myself, but my friends as well with her cake recipes (with no baking involved). These are definitely an excellent set of recipes that will join my growing repertoire of deserts.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jenelle Mocniak on May 27, 2012
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The recipes all look like they'll make decent desserts but after I had bought the book and started reading it, I found that the recipes were hard to follow. Most recipe books, when the recipe is written, the ingredient list is in the order that you use them. These aren't.

Also, the directions can be hard to understand, especially if you're a brand new cook. They aren't very descriptive. I believe the author almost seems to assume that you would know what they are trying to get at. An example: one recipe calls for plastic wrap that is placed inside the pan and then the dessert is made in there and frozen. Once made, freeze the dessert and then frost the topping. What about the plastic wrap? I would assume pull the dessert out of the pan and frost the side that had the plastic wrap once the wrap is removed but you don't know because the author doesn't explain.

Overall, looks like a decent book with decent recipes but the editing job that was done was very poor and the author did not do a very good job describing the recipe in how it is supposed to be done.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By T. L. TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 11, 2012
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I'd never heard of refrigerator cakes until I saw this recipe book. As I began to read down the list of cake recipes, my mouth started to water...

Ambrosia Refrigerator Cake
Banana Icebox Cake
Brandy Refrigerator Cake
Banana Split Poke Cake
Chocolate Eclair Refrigerator Cake
German Chocolate Icebox Cake
Holy Cannoli Refrigerator Cake
Oreo Refrigerator Cake
Raspberry Icebox Cake
Strawberry Icebox Cake
Sweet Chocolate Refrigerator Cake

...Oh Lord, have mercy! I think I'd died and gone to heaven!
After reading several reviews, I couldn't stand it any longer. I knew I must try one of those recipes right away!
They all are quick to put together and most ingredients, one typically has stocked in the pantry. Items such as canned fruit, chocolate chips, shredded coconut, pudding mix, Graham crackers, oreos (or similar cookies). Jello mixes & cans of evaporated milk. Other items you might have on hand in the refrigerator, such as: cream cheese, whipped topping, milk,fresh fruits, eggs, ricotta cheese, etc.

Because there's no baking involved, it significantly cuts down preparation time, which is going to make this recipe bookmy "go-to" cake book for that last minute cake or dessert idea for unexpected company. The great selection of 30 recipes will help to keep my kitchen cool on those hot humid days when my 12 year old daughter, who loves to bake & entertain our guests! I won't need to.fret the next time she insists on putting together another cake on a 95° day! She's already found a handful of recipes she can't wait to try! :)

The only thing I think that could make this recipe book any better, would be pictures!
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