Weight Watcher Cake

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  1. Aladdin

    Aladdin Guest

    One twelve ounce can diet cola
    spice cake mix

    mix and bake and you've got a great cake and moist with few calories

    can of pumpkin
    pumpkin or spice cake

    mix and bake another great low fat and sugar moist treat

    I'm hypo=glycemic and boarderline type two diabetic but i hate artificial sweeteners (some are not always good for you) but I try and limit sugar and splena (tm) is not too bad.

  2. jrw

    jrw New Member

    I always thought a weight watcher's cake had to be invisible. :D Seriously, you can make a cake from scratch and use pureed fruit instead of part of the shortening. And if it's a 2 egg cake you can cut the recipe in half so you don't have quite as much cake sitting around to tempt you. Whole wheat flour can be substituted about 1/4 of the flour; more than that and the cake is way too heavy and doesn't rise well.

    I've never heard of soda being added to a cake. That's a different idea.
  3. Aladdin

    Aladdin Guest

    it tastes great

    my dad uses 7 up for his pancakes and they are delicous (sp)
  4. AshleysMom

    AshleysMom New Member

    My mom uses this recipe formula. Her favorite is diet strawberry soda in a white cake.
  5. Gina05

    Gina05 Guest

    Sounds yummy!
    I'm adding it to my recipe file!
  6. N8vScot

    N8vScot New Member

    I would check the sodium content in the cake mix however.

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