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Last post Oct 25, 2008 10:54 AM by bonbon10 . 4 replies.


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    Bologna Cake

    2 loaves of cheap white Bread, crusts cut off
    8 Tbs. of Italian Dressing
    1/2 lb. sliced bologna (we used Oscar Mayer all beef)
    3/4 lb. american cheese slices (we used Kraft)
    2 containers of whipped cream cheese
    Ketchup (if desired)
    Garnishes: Parsley, Black Olives, etc. (if desired)

    It is helpful if you use a springform cake pan, because everything holds together nicely. Begin by layering the bread slices in a double layer in the bottom of the spring form cake pan. Tear or cut up some of the bread to fill in any gaps. Sprinkle 2 Tbs. of the Italian dressing over the two layers of bread. Next, a layer using all of the bologna over the dressing and bread. Next double layer the bread again and again sprinkle with 2 Tbs. of Italian dressing. Next create a cheese layer using all of it over that bread layer. Use the rest of the bread to cover the cheese layer and again sprinkle 2 Tbs. of Italian dressing over the bread. Press the entire thing gently down into the pan.
    Next you make the ‘frosting'. In a large bowl, mix the rest of the dressing (2 Tbs.) with the two containers of whipped cream cheese. Remove the metal spring form pan. Using a spatula, ice the cake with the whipped cream cheese the same way you would ice a cake. Transfer the cake to a serving platter or large plate.
    If you have a cake decorating kit, use any remaining cream cheese to pipe around the cake. Fill a small baggie with ketchup, seal and snip off the end. Use the ketchup to decorate the cake, write a phrase on the top or just as a side.

    source is cookwithmetoday.com

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  • Re: Bologna Cake

     Salsa, That is cute. I made one of the frosted loaves that had chicken salad, egg salad, and tuna salad as fillings. It also had a cream cheese "frosting" and it was delicious. I'll have to try your bologna version next.

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    Ham would be much more tempting but I still can't imagine anyone I know eating it. Still, it's interesting. Might work for a potluck.

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  • Re: Bologna Cake

    Love the idea, dislike any bologna of any kind, lol.  You could use any lunchmeat I'm sure.  Thanks so much for this adorable idea.  THis would be great for April Fool's Day too.

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  • Re: Bologna Cake

    This is right up my DH's alley! Thanks so much for posting..he would rather have OM Bologna then a filet mignon..Yes

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