My Version of a Sunshine Cake... Ww Style

"This is my version of a sunshine cake... weight watchers style The whole cake has 50 points. So for 12 servings it is just a bit over 4 points per serving (4.16) Please adjust points to amount of servings"
photo by Bea A Gal... photo by Bea A Gal...
photo by Bea A Gal...
Ready In:
1 cake




  • Mix cake mix and diet soda.
  • Add half of the mandarin oranges.
  • Cook in a 9X13 pan as directed on the cake mix box.
  • Once cake is cooled blend together cool whip and pudding. This is the topping for the cake -- Option: You can either cut remaining orange sections in half and blend in with the topping OR place them on top decoratively.

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  1. I've made this cake several times and my husband and I love this recipe. The only changes I made are not sugar free or diet..


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