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Thread: Rhubarb Custard Dessert

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    Rhubarb Custard Dessert

    1 package yellow cake mix
    4 cups chopped rhubarb
    1 cup sugar
    1 pint heavy whipping cream

    Prepare cake mix according to directions. Pour into a greased 9 x 13 glass cake pan. Cover batter with 4 cups chopped rhubarb, sprinkle rhubarb with 1 cup sugar. Pour 1 pint heavy whipping cream over all ingredients in pan. Bale at 350 degrees for 50 - 60 minutes or until cake springs back to touch. Cream and rhubarb will sink to the bottom forming a lush custard layer. Store leftovers in the frig.

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    Sounds really yummy!
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    OMG! That's so easy and sounds terrific - Hope my 2 dwindling plants give me enough to try it soon!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PurplePassion View Post
    1 package yellow cake mix
    4 cups chopped rhubarb
    1 cup sugar
    1 pint heavy whipping cream

    Prepare cake mix according to directions. Pour into a greased 9 x 13 glass cake pan. Cover batter with 4 cups chopped rhubarb, sprinkle rhubarb with 1 cup sugar. Pour 1 pint heavy whipping cream over all ingredients in pan. Bale at 350 degrees for 50 - 60 minutes or until cake springs back to touch. Cream and rhubarb will sink to the bottom forming a lush custard layer. Store leftovers in the frig.
    As I've said before - I miss rhubarb!! Too expensive here - drat! I added more rhubarb cause I really really like it. Yes this is a very good recipe.

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    I wrote that one down. Thank you!

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    PurplePassion, that is the recipe I have been using and it has been requested every spring and even in place of a birthday cake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoyjoyMarie View Post
    OMG! That's so easy and sounds terrific - Hope my 2 dwindling plants give me enough to try it soon!!
    I have cut the recipe in half ; it's enough for just a couple of people.

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    Sounds so good. Unfortunately, DH is prone to kidney stones, so no rhubarb for us.

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    What? no eggs? I thought Custard always had eggs! I haven't had custard in years because I can't have eggs.
    This looks delicious. Grow little Rhubby, grow!! (it's early spring for us, it's still "cute" and about 2" high. )
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchaicArcane View Post
    What? no eggs? I thought Custard always had eggs! I haven't had custard in years because I can't have eggs.
    This looks delicious. Grow little Rhubby, grow!! (it's early spring for us, it's still "cute" and about 2" high. )
    Well there would be eggs in the cake mix. But you could scrape that off and just eat the rhubarb custard on the bottom.

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