Lemon desserts are some of the best. Lemon is one of those flavors that is so incredible. It’s rich but refreshing at the same time. Lemon has the ability to really be a pick-me-up dessert. This lemon cake is perfect for just that. This is a simple and delicious cake made with graham crackers, cool whip and lemon pudding. There’s no baking involved!

This cake is definitely something that will become a family favorite. It’s perfect for your dinner tonight, a birthday party or backyard barbecue. It’s a snap to put together, since it’s ready to go in 15 minutes. Then just pop it in the fridge and go about your day. In a few hours, it’ll be set up and ready to be devoured!
This light, easy and refreshing dessert is perfect for everyone. Garnish this beautiful cake with lemon zest and some fresh berries. It’s perfect for these gorgeous spring days.
“This versatile lemon icebox cake is the ideal treat to cool us down in the summer, or to brighten up a dreary day. It requires very few ingredients and minimal work, and is perfect for anytime we want to whip up a sweet treat without turning on the oven.”
It’s a great dessert, not only to make for the family, but with the family. Since it’s so simple to make, it’s a great way to get the kids involved in the kitchen! Kids love to make graham cracker crumbs, and stirring up a big bowl of pudding is right up their alley.


This delicious and simple cake is sure to please everyone and become a family favorite with it’s easy preparation and light, refreshing flavor.

2 packages Jell-o lemon pudding mix
1 (8 oz) container Cool Whip
3 cups Land-o-Lake’s whole milk
1 (16 oz) package Honeymaid graham crackers
Lemon Frosting:
½ cup (1 stick) Land-o-Lake’s butter, softened
2 cups powdered sugar
2 tablespoons Land-o-Lake’s milk
2 tablespoons Real Lemon lemon juice
1- Line a 9×13 inch pan with parchment paper or aluminium foil, then cover completely with one layer of graham crackers, breaking the grahams into smaller pieces to fill gaps.

2- In a large bowl, combine pudding packets, Cool Whip, and milk, and pour half of mixture evenly over grahams.

3- Add another layer of graham crackers, top with remaining pudding mixture, and one final layer of graham crackers.

4- In a separate bowl, combine all frosting ingredients. Start with one cup of powdered sugar and add more until frosting is at desired consistency.

5- Spread frosting evenly over cake, cover, and freeze for at least 4 hours or overnight.

Remove from freezer. Slice, serve, and enjoy!