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Your heart will bubble-over for this delicious soda pop cake.
This cake is something seriously spectacular. For one, it’s insanely simple to make and for two, you get to use 7-UP as an ingredient. How cool is that? If you are a person who loves the flavor of citrus this is the dessert recipe for you. I can’t begin to tell you how amazing this cake is. Sometimes, I’ll make one of these bundts and slice it in half. Then, I’ll pour the glaze over each half and take one to my husband’s grandparents and the other to my neighbors. They are always happy to receive the dessert and it makes me happy to give it to them. Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: Serve this cake with your favorite ice cream.