one thing i suggest you put on the site is a picture of the finished product. :)
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awsome November 21, 2013 REVIEW:
oh my goodness wonderful wonderful cake.my husband not a big fan on cake bot loved this.ty ty ty super super
Guest Foodie November 3, 2013 REVIEW:
Like the other reviews, I didn't know what to do with the "2 cups water" so I just ignored it as it didn't make sense to use it anywhere in the recipe. Cake turned out great so maybe this needs to be edited to remove that ingredient from the list.
CatLover October 24, 2013 REVIEW:
Would really like to know what to do with the second amount of water....before I attempt this recipe! Is it a typo or do we add the milk AND water etc.....to the pudding and jello (dry)?
Ms.RedVelvet March 25, 2013 COMMENT: This recipe sounds so good. Really looking forward to making it. I noticed as one on the other guest did that there are no instructions shown concerning the 2nd 2cups of water listed with the ingredients for the icing. Would someone who has used the recipe be so kind as to advise....should the 2nd "2cups of water" be ignored?
ashcakes April 28, 2012 REVIEW:
Won me a lot of points with my boyfriends parents. I changed everything to sugar free And it was still amazing. I want to experiment with other flavors now.
Guest Foodie January 24, 2012 COMMENT: I have not had a response to this question. The recipe has 2 amounts of water. The first one is 2 cups water(1 hot and 1 cold to dissolve the jell-o. Why is there a second amount of 2 cups water? Is there a direction missing as to how to use it or is that a misprint. Please help. I loved the cake but I did not use the second 2 cups of water anywhere.
twink2 February 5, 2011 COMMENT: What size pudding box, what size jello box...HELLO! They come in two sizes.
CDKitchen Staff Reply: If a recipe doesn't specify a can or box size always use the standard size (which is usually the most common size and often comes with the most varieties). In this case the standard size is the smaller size.
Member since: Jan 29, 2011
akoehler1216 January 29, 2011 REVIEW:
I made this last night and it was great!! I used sugar free Pillsbury cake, sugar free jello and pudding mix, I used diet soda, skim milk and sugar free cool whip. Even with all the changes it still tasted great! Low sugar option great for diabetic.
stormy January 15, 2011 REVIEW:
My husband made me this cake for my birthday and it was by far the best cake i have ever had. im only 120lbs and i ate it all myself. GREAT RECIPE!!!
earle April 19, 2010 REVIEW:
Frosting was amazing, cake was very good !
Guest Foodie June 7, 2009 REVIEW:
This recipe is great! I made this cake for my mother's birthday who is a diabetic. I used the Pillsbury reduced sugar cake mix, diet orange soda, sugar free orange jello and sugar free pudding, and it came out superb!
Shelia May 30, 2008 REVIEW:
Made it for the first time and took it to work for a birthday party. Everyone loved it and asked for the recipe! My 4-year-old even helped and thought it was neat pouring a soda into the cake mix.
TRISH September 29, 2007 REVIEW:
Fantastic and easy! Made for a party of 12 and everyone left with a copy of the recipe!
Recommend letting cake cool for 30 min. before poking holes, and adding Jello mix.
Christie July 16, 2007 REVIEW:
I made this cake and immediately fell in luv with it, i totally reccomend it for neone who is a dreamsicle luver!!! enjoy :D
NeacyTyy November 23, 2006 REVIEW:
I tried this reciepe for the first time it is very delicious. It taste just like a dreamsicle ice cream bar!!
JONIB May 23, 2006 REVIEW:
This cake is awesome!!! Best orange cake I've ever had.