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ROXIELU0422 Posts: 317
8/14/13 10:26 A

Its not 2 points per slice. I used to make this all the time and it's 4 points. The fruit is not free when you add it into cake.

It is what it is....
MICHELLEXXXX SparkPoints: (10,080)
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8/14/13 7:40 A

About 2100 per cake with a DH cake mix; about 170 per slice.

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SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 60,360
8/14/13 7:11 A

If you go to SparkRecipes, at the top you'll see the Recipe Calculator. There you can put in all of the ingredients and calculate the nutritional information per serving.

Hope that helps,

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NIRERIN Posts: 13,073
8/14/13 7:11 A

you can. just use the recipe calculator or look for the link in the articles and video tab. all you have to do is enter the nutrition info from the cake box as a food, add the number of servings in a box to the recipe, do the same for the soda, add the total amount of fruit that goes on the bottom, then enter how many pieces of cake the recipe yields. the program will do all the math for you.

-google first. ask questions later.

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8/14/13 7:00 A

My sister makes this cake that uses any white cake mix (from a box) and, instead of adding eggs and oil and water/milk, she simply pours a can of ginger ale in and mixes it up. She pours this mixture over frozen fruit, and then bakes it. It's awesome! And Weight Watchers has allotted only 2 points to it! You can use chocolate cake mix with any cola and fruit as well. Would anyone be able to calculate the calories in this?

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