OMG! Check out this 7-UP Cake

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This Easy 7-UP Cake recipe is delicious, and the pineapple topping makes it even better. This recipe for 7-UP Cake is just one of those delicious and different cake recipes you will try again and again. Surprisingly this cake is also quick and easy to make. This bake a cake recipe uses ingredients like lemon cake mix, Jello lemon pudding and 7UP for lots of flavor in a moist cake recipe. The filling has crushed pineapple, butter, and coconut. The delicious icing recipe is also made from scratch and uses lots of coconut for a yummy icing that sets the cake recipe off right. You'll want to be sure and refrigerate the cake recipe once you have iced it to set it properly. One unusual ingredient in the icing recipe is the crushed pineapple. The recipe calls for canned pineapple, but in season, you might be able to add the ingredient fresh. The icing recipe also contains coconut. The sweet and tart blend of these two ingredients makes this cake recipe a special one your family will ask you to make time and again.

Coconut is a popular fruit that we hear a lot about lately. Unsweetened coconut nutrition can be found in raw coconut, coconut milk, and coconut water. Coconut can be eaten raw, and used for a variety of recipes. Unsweetened coconut nutrition includes dietary minerals of manganese, iron, phosphorus and zinc. The various parts of the coconut fruit have a variety of culinary uses and recipe ideas. The seed of the coconut can also make oil for that is used for frying, cooking, and making margarine. The white, fleshy part of inside the coconut seed, is known as the coconut meat, and can be used either fresh or dried in cooking. Popular coconut recipes include desserts and confections such as macaroon recipes. Dried coconut has a lot of coconut flakes nutrition. Eating coconut raw is one of the best ways to get all of the coconut flakes nutrition and unsweetened coconut nutrition offered.

Crushed pineapple is a good addition to all sorts of dessert recipes from jam recipes, yogurt recipes, sweet recipes, and ice cream. The juice of the pineapple is also yummy whether it is served as a beverage, or used as the main ingredient in cocktails such as the piña colada cocktail recipe and cocktail recipes. Pineapple vitamins and nutrients include high levels of vitamin C, with lesser amounts of Vitamin A, iron, and calcium, making pineapple a healthy choice in healthy cake recipes and amazing cake recipes. Pineapples are a fruit that can be either cooked, fresh, juiced, preserved or dried. Pineapples can be used in all sorts of recipes from amazing cake recipes, healthy stir-fry recipes, healthy cake recipes and dessert recipes. You can use crushed pineapple in all sorts of dessert recipes from crushed pineapple recipes, best cake recipes, cake baking ideas, pie recipes, cake recipes, bake a cake, pudding recipes and so much more.

Thank you to Judy from The Southern Lady Cooks recipe site for sharing this crushed pineapple recipes for easy 7UP cake. This is just one of the best cake recipes you will find on her site. On this recipe site, you will find cake recipes, bake a cake, cake baking, best cake recipes, crushed pineapple recipes and more. You will also find easy pie recipes, easy and delicious dessert recipes, tasty snack ideas and more. You will also find bread recipes, appetizer recipes, breakfast recipes, cobbler recipes, and more. Along with dessert recipes, main dish recipes, meat recipes, salad recipes, snack recipes and so much more. **

Nutrition Facts for: Easy 7-UP Cake from The Southern Lady Cooks
Ingredients: Lemon cake mix, instant lemon pudding, eggs, 7-up, vegetable oil, crushed pineapple, butter, sugar, all-purpose flour, coconut.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 16 servings. * Per Serving:Calories 403, Calories from Fat 203, Total Fat 22.6g 35%, Saturated Fat 8.9g 45%, Cholesterol 77mg 26%, Sodium 512mg 21%, Potassium 90mg 3%, Carbohydrates 48.2g 16%, Dietary Fiber 1.2g 5%, Sugars 30.9g, Protein 3.8g, Vitamin A 6%, Vitamin C 29%, Calcium 2%, Iron 12%

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