Original Watergate recipes from the 70's~Lore: These recipes became popular during the Watergate Scandal of the 70's and it's easy to say it's because it was full of fruit, marshmallows, and nuts.                circa approximately 1975 as I am not sure when I cut it from paper.

Original Watergate recipes from the These recipes became popular during the Watergate Scandal of the I would love to bake an impeachment cake now for the current WH resident.

Watergate Cake is a super easy, retro dessert that is right at home at  a church potluck or family dinner! Taste the nostalgia! {Brittany's Pantry}

Watergate Cake is a super easy, retro dessert that is right at home at a church potluck or family dinner! Taste the nostalgia!

Watergate Cake Recipe

Delicious, moist Watergate Cake recipe, made from scratch using JELL-O pistachio pudding, pecans and more!

Watergate Cake is a pistachio flavored Bundt Cake with pistachio frosting. It was named Watergate Cake because of the 1970s scandal (the cake has a ‘cover-up’ icing and is full of nuts).

Watergate Cake

Watergate Cake is a pistachio flavored Bundt Cake with pistachio frosting. It was named Watergate Cake because of the scandal (the cake has a ‘cover-up’ icing and is full of nuts).

If you like Watergate salad, you'll love these Watergate cookies! This family favorite cookie recipe is loaded with pecan, coconut and pistachio and needs just one bowl!

If you like Watergate salad, you'll love these Watergate cookies! This family favorite cookie recipe is loaded with pecan, coconut and pistachio and needs just one bowl! (Coconut Cake With Pudding)

Cake - Watergate Cake With Cover Up Icing BX0012 by Eudaemonius, via Flickr

Cake - Watergate Cake With Cover Up Icing - The best cake ever! I wish I could have pistachios.

Watergate Cake with Cover-Up Icing. So named because they were "filling with nuts and covered with fluff." Nixon was not a crook, but his scandal was delicious! ;-)

Free Fruehling Trout-Sanford Watergate Cake with Cover-Up Icing. Pistachio Cake So named because they were "filling with nuts and covered with fluff." Nixon was not a crook, but his scandal was delicious!

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