Elvis Presley Sheet Cake


The Elvis Presley Sheet Cake is a renowned and beloved dessert, celebrated for its tribute to the legendary rock and roll icon. This delectable cake transforms traditional ingredients with a tropical twist, creating a treat worthy of the King himself. In this exploration, we’ll delve into the origins of the Elvis Presley Sheet Cake, break down its ingredients and preparation methods, and offer tips on how to create this irresistible delicacy in your own kitchen.

Baking mixes: What You Need: Amount of Ingredient

Cake mix with yellow hue One 3-oz package of regular vanilla pudding (not sugar-free) One can of eggs 4 quarts of oil Half a cup of milk (16 ounces, undrained) of crushed pineapple, measuring 1 cup sugar, one can One cup of frosting

What you need:

Quantity of Ingredient

Cheese cream (at room temperature to soften) one 8-oz. container

Grated butter (unsoftened) confectioner’s sugar, 1/2 cup 3 tablespoons

Pecans, chopped (if desired) Half a cup of vanilla essence, if desired one teaspoon


As an Add-On:

Warm Up the Oven:

The oven should be preheated to 350°F, or 175°C. Use cooking spray or line a 9×13-inch baking sheet with parchment paper.

Toss the cake batter:

Get out a big bowl and mix together the cake mix, pudding mix, eggs, oil, milk, crushed pineapple (with juice), sugar, and vanilla cake mix. Blend until completely smooth.

Pour the cake mixture onto the baking pan that has been prepared and spread it out evenly. Bake the cake. After 30–35 minutes of preheating the oven, remove the toothpick from the middle; the cake should come out clean.

After taking the cake out of the oven, set it on a wire rack to cool entirely in the pan.

Regarding the Sugar:

Whip up the Frosting:

Cream the softened butter and cream cheese in a separate dish by beating the ingredients together until they are completely combined.

Add the Sugar: While mixing the cream cheese mixture, gradually add the confectioner’s sugar until frothy and thoroughly blended. Add the vanilla extract and mix well if you like.

Once the cake has cooled completely, frost it with a uniform layer of frosting. Chopped pecans, if desired, may be sprinkled on top.

Before serving, cut the cake into squares. Put any excess food in the fridge for later use.


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