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You don’t have to put together everything from scratch to have a tasty and original dessert! This Orange Creamsicle Cake recipe cleverly combines a couple of mixes with a few basic ingredients to recreate that classic childhood frozen treat in cake form. This is such a delicious dessert that your whole family will enjoy!
I have always been a bit of an experimenter in the kitchen. Particularly when I’ve let myself get in a bit of a food rut, I enjoy putting together a few “same-old, same-old” ingredients to see if the combination gives me something tasty and exciting. So this sort of recipe is just down my alley. It didn’t hurt, either, that I loved those orange creamsicles so much as a kid.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Flavorite
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Quick tip: You can make this cake ahead and frost when ready to serve.