Large Pound Cake, like Sara Lee Family Size
2 Packages vanilla pudding
1 Tub Cool Whip, 8 oz
2 Cans Pineapple Rings
Maraschino Cherries - you know the red syrupy ones!
12 Cup capacity dome-shaped bowl & Plastic wrap
Slice pound cake into 16 slices. Drain pineapple rings (can do it on top of cake slices). Cut cherries in half, drain. Line bowl with saran wrap. Mix pudding according to directions, only reduce milk to three cups total. Fold in Cool Whip to pudding mixture. Set in fridge to chill for about ten minutes. Line bowl with pineapple rings and cherries. Spread pudding mixture over rings. Layer pound cake slices, then pineapple, then pudding until bowl is full. Make sure top layer is pound cake slices. Chill bowl in fridge for at least two hours, longer if possible. When ready to serve, flip bowl onto serving plate. Peel off plastic wrap. Enjoy.
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