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    • Raspberry Orange Cake

      6 sliced almonds
      2 packages yellow cake mix

      For Each Cake:

      6 teaspoons orange juice
      1/4 teaspoon orange peel; grated
      2 Tablespoons raspberry preserves

      Grease and flour 2 cake pans. Carefully Press almonds onto sides only of greased pans. Set aside.

      Stir together 1 package of yellow cake mix, 3 tsp orange juice and 1/8 orange peel in mixing bowl until smooth.

      Pour batter into prepared Easy-Bake Oven pan.

      Repeat process with second cake mix.

      Bake in Easy-Bake Oven for 12 minutes.

      Remove from Easy-Bake Oven and invert onto small plate immediately.

      Spread raspberry preserves over top. Arrange 6 almond slices in center of cake (to resemble a blossom), makes 2 cakes


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