Deedra Rogers Recipe

Orange Juice Cake

By Deedra Rogers Freckledee

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Deedra's Story

A yummy moist cake! Everytime I have made this to take somewhere everyone raves about how moist it is and there is never any leftovers. If you like lemon cakes and such you will like this one. Out of orange problem...use Sunny D. Enjoy!


1 box
yellow cake mix
1/2 c
veg. oil
1 pkg
small instant vanilla pudding
1 c
orange juice
1-2 c
1 c
3/4 c
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1/2 c
orange juice

Directions Step-By-Step

Preheat oven to 350
Mix first four ingredients together until smooth.
Spray bottom of bundt cake pan. Put pecans in bottom and pour cake batter over pecans. Bake 50-60 min.
Mix all glaze ingredients together and boil for 2 minutes.
While cake is still hot poke holes in cake all the way through and pour glaze into cake. I reserve a little to add to the top.
Let cool completely. Turn cake over and serve.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cakes

  • Comments

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    Kimi Gaines kimijo - Mar 3, 2011
    Hi Deedra,
    My name is Kimi, and I have a discussion group called Cakes from Cake Mixes...Please join us...there are some great cakes, cookies and other desserts made from cake mixes.
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    Thea Pappalardo Sassy01 - Mar 3, 2011
    This sounds delicious. Is that granulated sugar in the glaze? I really want to try this.
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    Wendy Rusch snooksk9 - Mar 3, 2011
    mmmmmmmmmm yummy! orange orange, I love orange!!! lol thanks for this post Deedra!
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    Deedra Rogers Freckledee - Mar 3, 2011
    Thanks Kimi I will join!

    You're welcome Wendy.
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    Deedra Rogers Freckledee - Mar 3, 2011
    I used granulated (sorry for not putting that on the recipe) and the "glaze" is going to be more like a clear type syrup, not a actual glaze/frosting, it's what makes the cake moist since your putting most of it into the cake and not onto the cake. You don't really see this glaze.

    Although I don't see why you couldn't make a glaze with confectioner's sugar and add some orange flavoring to it to top the cake with! Yummy!

    And I must confess that the first time I made this cake I forgot to add the pecans to the bundt pan before putting the cake mix in. So I added it to the "bottom" of the cake....that's how I make it all the time now actually. This way my son can just eat from the top down since he prefers no nuts. And I personally thought the "glaze" was too runny and I was expecting a actual frosty type. That's not what this is, so don't fret if it just doesn't seem right.

    ....the main thing is does everyone eat it up! And around here at gatherings, church functions, etc, it gets eat up or someone is asking to take the last piece home or for me to make them a whole cake for themselves. Which just makes me smile! :)