Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Right Now

I'm baking a Diet Coke Cake.

Basically, a cake mix and a diet soda mixed together and baked according to the box directions. Nope, you don't use oil or eggs.

I've heard raves about it, and it's only 2 WW per slice (or something crazy like that) and tomorrow we are celebrating the birthday of a co-worker who is very health-conscious, so this will be just her style. (I hope!)

I chose a yellow cake mix and a Diet Cherry 7up.... Hope it turns out OK! I'll let you know.

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17 comments:

Elaine's Semi-Homemade Life said...

I Hope it turns out much better than the one and only time I tried it... with a diet coke and a brownie mix. (I was addicted to brownies - my only choc dairy-free choice - and I was trying to cut back on calories.) I'm not sure WHAT I did wrong... but it was super salty and not edible! ;)

cw2smom said...

Sounds interesting! Can't wait to hear how it turns out! I will be trying it myself! Thanks for the info. Lisa

Laurie said...

You can also do a spice cake (or any for that matter, spice just taste really good) and a 20 oz can of crushed pineapple! It is really good too, nothing else, just those two things!! YUM. Still two points per muffin I believe. I made muffins, it was just easier as it is a little sticky.
Also, strawberry cake with diet sprite is yummy!!

Melissa said...

That's interesting, I've never heard of doing that! Definitely let us know how it works out!

Natalie said...

I've been so tempted to try this recipe & have heard nothing but yummy reviews. Let us know how it turns out!

Cornelia said...

I bet it will be really good. My grandfather makes 7-Up cakes all the time...they are so good!

Sasha said...

Girls, it rocks!

Everyone is raving!

I will definitely be making it again and trying different combinations!

Elaine's Semi-Homemade Life said...

I'm going to try it again.... but definitely just for us - not to take anywhere. How can I screw this up? ;)

Miss Priss' Momma said...

Aren't they the moistest cakes ever!

E - for whatever reason, it does weird things to brownies... I'd stick to a cake mix!

Stephanie said...

did you use cool whip for topping or regular icing? I've made them twice and they were SO good!

WPMomOf2 (jen) said...

I *heart* my Diet Coke!!

Chic Runner said...

DUDE. i NEED pictures. And a complete review!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wow I can't believe it. ha ha please post soon! I am excited.

Sharon said...

What a great idea! Thanks for sharing that! And for telling everything in such a cute way!!

My husband and I are trying to be on the Zone this week but that will be perfect for next week when I can have more girl food, I mean carbs!!

Tiffany said...

I do this all the time and its SOOOO good! I like that it makes them so moist and it's diet friendly for those that need it but it still tastes good for those that don't!

Julie said...

Never heard of that before but it sounds good.

errynshealthandbeauty.com said...

WOW Ive never heard of this! I will definitly try this out for Tursday family night.I usually make a desert and my In laws are diabetic so maybe this could please the picky kids and the in laws!Great blog BTW :>

Jan @ Struck by Serendipity said...

This is how I've been making cakes for years. Delicious!

My fav = white cake + diet cream soda

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