Strawberry Fudge Poke Cake

It is so easy to make a box cake mix taste like a decadent dessert.  This Strawberry Fudge Poke Cake is so delicious…you won’t want to stop after one piece.

Strawberry Fudge Poke Cake from www.insidebrucrewlife.com - chocolate cake with hot fudge and a strawberry topping

Last year I made this Chocolate Coconut Cake.  It was my first poke cake using sweetened condensed milk.  The only poke cakes I had ever made before were with a pudding or jello mix.  The sweetened condensed milk over the cake was absolutely delicious.  Something about a cold gooey cake topped with Cool Whip just satisfies every dessert craving in me.  Then I waited an entire year to make another one.  What was I thinking?

A few weeks ago I made this Coconut Fudge Poke Cake, and I remembered why I loved this cake so much.  It got me thinking of what other combos I could do with this cake.  And really, the ideas are still coming.  But this one stuck out in my mind and I had to go buy all the ingredients right away.  
Strawberry Fudge Poke Cake

One thing that I love about this cake is how easy it is to make.  Only 5 ingredients/packages!!!  Ok, a few more because you also need eggs and oil to make the cake.  Really all you need is a cake mix, sweetened condensed milk, a can of frosting, a can of pie filling, and Cool Whip.  That’s it!   What’s really great about this is that Duncan Hines has 3 of those covered for you.  I used a Duncan Hines cake mix, frosting and pie filling.  I just love easy peasy desserts.

Hurry!  Run to the nearest grocery store and buy these 5 items, so you can have Strawberry Fudge Poke Cake in your refrigerator too.  I promise you are going to love it!!!

Strawberry Fudge Poke Cake - chocolate cake with fudge and strawberry topping

 

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Strawberry Fudge Poke Cake

Prep Time: 30 minutes

Cook Time: 25 minutes

Yield: 24 squares

Strawberry Fudge Poke Cake

Chocolate Fudge cake topped with canned frosting and a pie filling Cool Whip.

Ingredients

1 dark Chocolate Fudge cake mix (Duncan Hines 16.5 oz.) + ingredients on back of box
1 can sweetened condensed milk (14 oz.)
1 container Classic Chocolate Frosting (Duncan Hines)
1 can Strawberry Pie Filling (Duncan Hines)
1 container Cool Whip (8 oz.)

Instructions

  1. Prepare the cake according to the box directions. Bake at 350* for 25-27 minutes. As soon as the cake comes out of the oven, poke the cake with a fork all over. Make sure you cover the cake with holes. Drizzle the sweetened condensed milk slowly over the top of the hot cake. Make sure to fill all the holes. Let set until cool.
  2. Remove the foil top of frosting. Place in the microwave for 30 seconds. Stir and spoon over cooled cake. Spread over the entire top. Refrigerate.
  3. Open the can of pie filling. Use a fork to break apart the strawberry chunks. Fold into the Cool Whip. Spread the strawberry Cool Whip over the top of the cake. Keep refrigerated. Makes 24 squares.
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Comments

      • Donna Bredeken says

        I saw many posts about how good this Strawberry Fudge Poke cake WOULD be if one were to make it, but no one said they actually made it! Well, I made it this weekend for our Mother’s Day gathering. I will say that it was delicious and moist!! Fabulous! The only comment I would make is that melting the chocolate frosting beforehand made it kind of…slippery when you put the cool whip/strawberry topping on! Even after being refrigerated, the cool whip layer slid right off of the chocolate frosting layer, when the pieces were cut. Still tasted great though! :)

    • says

      I completely understand the speechlessness! I was kind of in awe when I cut into this cake too!!! Double frosting is definitely the way to go. I mean why stop with one now? Right?

  1. Lina says

    This may be a silly question but the cal is warm when you put the team s.c. milk and fudge frosting on it right? I have never made a poke cake (even a hello one) before so I just want to make sure I make this right for my anniversary tonight. Thanks so much!

    • says

      You will put the sweetened condensed milk on while the cake is hot! You want to wait to put the frosting and Cool Whip on after the cake has cooled. I hope you enjoy it. Happy Anniversary!

  2. says

    I cant find strawberry pie filling and everyone I have talked to has not heard of it. Its chilling in the fridge now, had to make it, I got some fresh and sweetened frozen and mixed them together, it has just got to be great, thanks for the recipe

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