Orange Creamsicle Cake Bites

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For a fun, quick, and tasty bite sized summer treat, look no further than Orange Creamsicle Cake Bites.

This delicious recipe is provided by Butter with a Side of Bread, a website full of appetizing recipes. The blog is written by Jessica and Nellie. Both are busy moms with large families, so you know that any recipe they cook up must be delicious. Jessica and Nellie provides recipes of all kinds, from main dishes to desserts. This particular recipe is provided by Nellie.

These treats are made in broadly two steps: first make the orange muffins, and then make the glaze. For the muffins, mix the ingredients, pour into a muffin tin, and bake. This recipe uses sour cream for the cake mix, but Nellie says vanilla yogurt is just fine. For the glaze, mix the required ingredients in a bowl and coat over the cake bites. The entire process takes around 20 minutes!

Orange creamsicle bites are stable favorites, and there are many different varieties of them. Some suggests yogurt over sour cream, but you can combine mix and match them. There are cake versions where these bites are baked, and there are also microwavable versions of yogurt and Jello mix. These bites can also be served warm with the glaze melting on top, or served chilly with texture like orange ice cream.

The common ingredient is some form of orange, whether orange juice, orange cake mix, or orange zest. And this citrus ingredient is what gives the creamsicle bites their tangy taste and also makes them nutritious. The flesh or pulp of oranges is an excellent source of Vitamin C, and an average sized orange can provide over 60% of the daily value in a 100 grams serving. Orange zest are also rich in anti-oxidants and rough dietary fibers, which benefit the body metabolism. Moreover orange zests from peels are low in calories, sugars, and fats, making them the not-so-guilty garnish that is both healthy and tasty.

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