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MARYSABEAN Posts: 687
11/8/11 7:29 P

The Diet 7UP in the cake recipe sounds delicious. I will try this soon.

HEALTHY14REAL Posts: 2,543
11/5/11 4:32 P

Sounds great. I love the idea of muffins too.

Lynda
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11/5/11 1:41 P

sounds good.

ANIKAJAC SparkPoints: (34,860)
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10/19/11 3:00 P

Thank you for the tip of keeping it cold.

I make soda cakes and had some trouble cutting them recently.

Keeping it cold would defintely help that.

HEALTHY14REAL Posts: 2,543
10/13/11 6:51 P

Sounds yummy. I think I'll give it a try.

Lynda
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KYMMADCHOPS Posts: 41
10/13/11 4:41 P

Awesome recipe ... I've been looking for low fat muffin recipes and this seems like it would work great as a muffin! Thanks for the post.

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MYTURN1011 Posts: 3
10/13/11 10:37 A

I have been making a lemon cake with Diet 7 Up. Just mix the pre-packaged lemon cake with 20 oz of Diet 7 Up, pour into a 9x13 pan and bake at 350 for 30 minutes. The cake is quite sticky and I find keeping it cold not only makes it easier to manage, but makes it taste better too. It's pretty good by itself, but a little lemon yogurt on top REALLY makes it a treat! As far as nutrition, if the entire cake is divided into 12 pieces, each serving is 240 calories, 3g of fat, 34g of carbs, and 2g of protein.

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