- November 10, 2007 at 3:34 am #254186
Thank you for much for the “Diet Cake” ideas. I am diabetic, and all
three of my children have birthdays right around now…I am always
looking for great receipes that the kids will enjoy as well. I just
tried the White Cake with Diet Orange and it was SUPER. Thanks again!
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, whomeworry@… wrote:
> Here are popular combos:
> spice cake mix w/ diet orange
> Banana cake mix w/ diet root beer
> lemon cake mix w/ diet 7-up
> Chocolate cake w/ Diet coke
> Lemon cake w/ Diet ginger ale
> orange cake w/diet Mountain Dew
> cherry chip cake w/ A& W diet Cream
> Lemon cake w/ Diet Lemon lime
> angel w/ Diet Orange
> White w/ Diet Orange
> yellow cake w/ Diet orange
> white cake w/ Diet Peach
> spice cake w/ diet lemon-lime
> White w/ diet ginger ale
> chocolate cake w/ Diet cherry coke
> devils food w/ diet vanilla coke
> chocolate cake w/ rootbeer
> marble cake w/ diet cream soda
> lemon with tangerine diet rite
> white cake mix w/ diet sprite
> Red Velvet w/ Diet Cherry Vanilla Dr Pepper Banana cake w/ diet root
> Pineapple cake w/ diet Squirt
> I use a full can of diet soda along with two egg whites.The egg
> the cake a little lighter in texture and doesnt change the points.I
> highly suggest cutting with a plastic knife instead of metal.
> stick quite so much.
> I also found that beating for several mins on my stand mixer
> down the sides of the bowl and beating for a few mins more helps
> incorporate air into the batter for a lighter texture.After you
> mix into a cake pan or muffin tins drop on the counter a couple of
> to get rid of the large air holes.
> For the frosting,I add one box of sf ff instant pudding to 8 oz of
> cool whip.No milk just the dry mix.Cheese cake is my favorite but
> flavor could be matched up to your cake flavor.
> For most mixes 12 servings of cake with no frosting is 3 points and
> cupcakes with no frosting is 2 points
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