Easy Fluffy Orange Cake


Christine Whisenhunt Recipe

By Christine Whisenhunt cwhisenhunt


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Makes one 9x13 cake.
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Another recipe from the old church cookbook mom put together. This can be done with any flavor cake mix and jello, and you can change the juice in the glaze to suit the flavors you choose for the cake. This recipe was from Alice Hunsucker. Enjoy!

Note: Photo is borrowed from the internet.

Ingredients

1 pkg
orange cake mix
3/4 c
water
1 small
package orange jello
4
eggs
3/4 c
oil
FOR GLAZE:
juice of 2 oranges
2 c
powdered sugar

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Mix first four ingredients for 3-4 minutes. Add oil and mix for an additional 2 minutes. Bake in a 9x13 pan according to package directions. As soon as cake comes out of oven, poke holes in top with long tined fork and pour the glaze over top.
2
FOR GLAZE:
Stir orange juice and powdered sugar until dissolved.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cakes
Other Tag: Quick & Easy


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25 Comments

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Christine Whisenhunt cwhisenhunt
Sep 14, 2013
I don't. Wish I did! This was from one my mother put together when I was about 9 or 10...
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Cheryl Green SpicyMelon
Sep 10, 2013
Christine, this cake recipe sounds very delicious! I'm printing it and hopefully I will make it soon.
Just curious....do you still have any of the Church cookbooks? I will buy one, if you still have them.
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Christine Whisenhunt cwhisenhunt
Sep 9, 2013
Sounds good to me, Sherry! Glad you enjoyed! You're welcome!

I'm not hot for Rhubarb...think I could leave it out or substitute something else?
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Sherry Blizzard akflurry
Jul 8, 2013
I made your cake today with a few substitutions. I could not find an orange cake mix anywhere in Fairbanks, Alaska. I used a white cake and substituted orange juice for the water. I also topped it with my Pineapple Rhubarb Marmalade (see my recipe on JAP). Delicious! Thank you for sharing.
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Christine Whisenhunt cwhisenhunt
Apr 2, 2012
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