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Weight Watcher Chocolate Cake

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Weight Watchers Chocolate Cake

  • Hands-On Time: 5 Minutes
  • Total Time: 40 Minutes
  • Servings: 16
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Ingredients

  • 1 Duncan Hines Chocolate Cake Mix ( not pudding in the mix)
  • 1 Can Diet Coke

Baking Instructions

  1. Take One box Duncan Hines Chocolate Cake Mix( without pudding) empty in bowl
  2. add 1 can Diet Coke (or Diet Cola)
  3. Mix by hand until all ingredients are mixed well
  4. Pour into Glass Cake Pan 9 x 12 sprayed lightly with Pam
  5. Bake in 350 Degree oven for about 25-30
  6. Cake will be moist, but VERY YUMMY.
  7. You can top with CoolWhip when cooled if you desire
  8. Very low in calories and fat.
  9. My Husband loves it!

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Add Color to your Glaze!

Add Color to your Glaze!

Sometimes a pure white or cream colored glaze is just so blah looking. Especially when you want more than just taste as appearance also counts. Try mixing food coloring and water together until you've found the color you would like! Reference is always on the back of any food color box anyway. Make your glaze and if it calls for water, use that amount to color with! Remember you don't need much. Experiment a little to get the color choice. Even white chocolate frost/glaze can be colored!





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