Dumb question- Is the flour self-rising or plain? Thanks.
I have a cannister of good ol' all purpose flour on my counter and that's what I use.
i just had someone ask me for a cake flavored like a orange dreamsicle i was about to make my own trial and error version but then i saw this, thank you! why do you prefer orange juice to orange soda or orange jello?
Where would I find an orange cake mix? I've never seen one before and I very much want to try this recipe!
greenapron - The orange soda and orange jello seemed to give it a chemical-ish flavor.
circus - Orange cake mixes are hard to find, I found it at two smaller grocery chains recently.
Would love to try this but all the stores within my area have never carried orange cake. Bummer.
On the East Coast, Duncan Hines has a delicious Orange Cake.
Made one of these today in the bakery. Delish!
Publix carries them.
i was just talking about this cake yesterday,i live in ga and i dont think they sell orange cake mix.what about using manderine oranges 2
you can find the orange cake mix at Meijer, Super K-Mart. Go to Duncan Hines website and search by your zip code and you'll find it.
By the way.... what does WASC method mean?
i live in the carolinas i found the duncan hines orange supreme at food lion today gettin ready to try this today cant wait
What type of frosting do you use for your orange dreamsicle cake? I have been wanting to make one but am not sure that a traditional buttercream would be good on an orange cake?
i was wondering the same thing mom of 4....what kind of frosting would go good on this cake?
can't wait to try this. I don't usually use a mix but just happen to have a couple of orange in my cabinet.
thanks for all the info on finding orange cake mixes everyone!
mdmunster... where on the duncan hines website can you search by zip code for the cake mix?
PS mdmunster... WASC means white almond sour cream... there are recipes for it in the recipe section
Mom_of_4 and Sandrajeanjellybean
I've been making dreamsicle cake with Dream Whip filling and vanilla buttercream. I haven't been brave enough to try orange butter cream, a dreamsicle is orange and vanilla ice cream so I think the vanilla icing is appropriate. Cream cheese icing could be a good flavor combination too.
Is this cake sturdy enough to do a 3-tier cake?
You read my mind! Thanks for posting this, I am gonna try it today!
I will love to try this cake since I have an orange cake mix. Could you please share the dream whip filling recipe? Thank you in advance
This is the dream whip. It's made by Kraft.
Has anyone tried this recipe with french vanilla cake, orange juice, orange flavoring, etc...I'm dying to try this recipe but I can't find Duncan Hines Orange Supreme Cake Mix (I live in Long Island, NY). I also read somewhere that someone used orange koolaid and vanilla cake mix because they couldn't find the orange cake mix. Interesting idea.
HOW MANY MINUTES DO YOU BAKE THE CAKE FOR? AND WHAT SIZE PANS?
mballen60: the recipe that you read somewhere about someone that used orange koolaid and vanilla cake mix...is that vanilla cake mix with a packet of dry orange koolaid mix add to it?
This will make 2 extra tall 8" layers, 2 tall 9" layers, a thick 9 x 13 sheet cake, 1 10" round or 10" square, or a slightly thin 12" cake. I generally set my baking timer for 40 minutes for 8", or 9" cakes and then check in intervals of 5-6 minutes until it's done. For larger cakes I set the timer for 50 minutes and then check in intervals of 6-8 minutes.
Is this cake good for stacking or tiering...like for wdding cakes? Thanks
I found the Duncan Hines orange cake mix at the store! Whoohoo. I have a key lime cream cake that I make a lot, and the topping is lime zest and juice added to sweetened condensed milk, then extra creamy cool-whip folded in. I think it will be luscious with orange zest and juice on this cake. I'll let you know!
Where can i find dream whip and what is it? I'm doing a wedding cake 5 tiers, would this cake hold up well?
I have not stacked this cake, it can be a little sticky but I think you could stack it using good supports and cake boards.
Dream whip is usually near the pudding and jello in grocery stores.
after the filling and all is added does this need to be refrigerated until you are ready for it, or can it just be kept at a cool room temp (65 F)? Thanks
lhaycook - If filled with a perishable filling then it should be refrigerated. If filled with vanilla butter cream or a shelf stable icing or filling the cake would not require refrigeration.
I made this today and substituted a french vanilla cake mix and it was delicious!
I also couldnt find the orange supreme mix, so i used the DH french vanilla, a little extra orange extract and i added orange zest. I was surprised it baked so flat on top.
I used french vanilla cool whip (limited edition... very yummy) instead of dream whip.
the orange taste is an after taste not something you taste right away. i think i should have added more zest and extract.
But it is great. Made a lot of batter too.
Could someone please explain what WASC means???
Is so good. Makes a good amount of batter 2-6 in, 24 reg cupcakes and 36 mini cupcakes. So delicious! Thanks for sharing.
spudbaker- WASC is White Almond Sour Cream cake.
I make this recipe all the time, but I use French Vanilla Betty Crocker cake mix, and for the orange I use Lorann's Orange Bakery Emulsion. I've never seen the orange cake mix at the store, but I wanted to try an orange dreamsicle cake. I went to my local cake supply shop and came across Lorann's Emulsion, and it is awesome. I just happened to stumble across this recipe, and wanted to throw in my 2 cents. I also use the same Emulsion in my IMBC, for the frosting. SO yummy!
I LOVE putting Italian Butter Cream on this! It is very light and makes the cake a really good comparison the and actual dreamsicle!!
Cake mixes use Orange 'flavor' so you can just as easily put orange flavor in your cake too! Love the Italian Cream!
....Hubby just asked, "Why don't you just buy an Orange and use real Orange in the Cake Mix?" sheesh does he have to make it sound so easy? ;}
Thank you I am going to try this recipe for sure, I made the original MacsMom dreamsicle orange cake and it did not had an orange flavor and it was very hard. I don't know what I did wrong it seems like it needed more liquid or something. but I will make this recipe for sure. I am lucky to be able to find Orange cake mixes in my area
can you carve this cake? I'm making a lantern and using the Orange but need to be able to carve it.
Made this recipe today for a 3 tier cake (top tier) It tastes really good.
Where on the Duncan Hines website can you find where this cake mix is sold??
made this cake tonight and it's awesome. could not find the orange cake mix anywhere and didnt have time to order it on line as I needed it for tomorrow....so used the french vanilla cake mix and added orange zest, Wow talk about flavor, it taste awesome. Think next time I will add just a little more zest than I did, wasn't sure if my family would like it so didn't put that much in it. For those who made this receipe for a tier cake, please let me know how it turned out, as I would like to make this for one of the tiers in my daughters birthday cake in September.
Is there not any oil in recipe?
Just made cupcakes with this and it's great!!! A keeper for sure!!!! I did add orange gel color to make it more of an orange color.
I just made this today and it tastes great! I am covering it in fondant and stacking it, it has a good texture for it. Thank you for the recipe!!
With regard to stacking this or any other cake..... Your supports are what will allow your cakes to be stacked. They will hold the weight, not the actual cake.
Oh my gosh, you people and your acronyms!!! It took me over 45 minutes to find out what WASC was and IMBC were. Please spell things out for us retirees. It would be greatly appreciated, thanks,
grammy1963: please tell me what WASC is?
I made a dreamsicle cake this week that used orange cake mix, orange gelatin, and orange juice. It was the best one I have ever tasted. I did not add any additional flour.
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