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Orange Diet Cake

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Better if made ahead of time.

Ingredients

1 white or yellow Pillsbury cake mix with Splenda
12-ounce can diet orange-flavored soda
3 eggs (See note)
FILLING:
1 package orange-flavored sugar-free Jell-O
1 cup hot water
1 cup cold water
FROSTING:
1 package sugar-free, fat-free vanilla instant pudding
1 package sugar-free orange Jell-O
1 cup milk
TOPPINGS:
8-ounce container Cool Whip
11-ounce can mandarin oranges, drained

Instructions

Mix the cake mix with the soda and eggs. Pour batter into a 9x13-inch pan and bake at 350 degrees F. as long as directed on box. Cool cake and poke holes in the top. For the filling, mix the sugar-free Jell-O with the hot water until dissolved; add cold water and stir. Pour over cake. For the frosting, mix the pudding, Jell-O and milk. Spread over cake. Top with Cool Whip and oranges.

Geraldine Moore, Geneseo



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