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Just make a regular cake and then put food colouring in it, it will look the same, promise.

If I don’t make it with soda, will the colours run? In fact, like I keep saying, please just use whatever the hell cake recipe you like. The rainbow part has nothing to do with Weight Watchers. Yes, buy a tub of Duncan Hines frosting as a backup plan. Let it cool before you move it, and more importantly, don’t jostle the thing about. You probably aren’t on a diet, so I don’t know why you bothered to make diet cake.

The recipe at the bottom is accurate, but this made for a really REALLY small cake, and there was not nearly enough frosting, especially considering its lightness. The Rainbowing Measure the total volume (by my estimate, 64 oz), then divide by 6 and measure into separate bowls.

Though I don’t need to defend my method thanks to the double-dub (WW) aspect, even when I make a “real” cake I usually use box mix because let’s face it: Betty’s been doing it way longer than I have, and has pretty much perfected the art.

Bake the cake for however long the box tells you to bake it. Just keep baking, checking back every 5 minutes or so until a toothpick to the center comes out clean. People seemed to miss the point that I am a 25-year-old woman on a diet with no kids. Not bad considering that a comparable cake would be 14 points. My cake burnt/stuck to the pan/was underdone/crumbled. No, the food colouring has nothing to do with the failure of your cake.

Since kids don’t really need fat-free anything, there’s no need to use the soda recipe if you don’t like the idea, and if you don’t like dye, don’t make this for dinner for them every night for a month. Edit 2 (two weeks later) A note to Weight Watchers (the people on the diet, not the company): WW has long advertised 1/12 of a cake mix with diet soda to be a “one point cupcake.” I have no idea why they insist this is the case when according to the “as packaged” nutrition information, this much cupcake has 170 calories, 3g fat and no fiber . Edit 3 (two months later) FAQ Here are questions I get over and over again about this cake. You baked it too long/didn’t grease enough/didn’t bake long enough/moved it before it was cool.

So I did mention something about health and/or diet food in my last post, and while this recipe is the latter, it is most certainly not to be confused with the former. Pour Drop the colours, one by one, into the middle of the pan, in neat concentric-ish gobs.This blog is the place to share information and ideas on green flooring.Exchange green tips with other flooring bloggers and learn how green flooring can make your home more environmentally friendly.To view more flooring blog posts, visit the main floor blog at Find Any E1 and E0 are the European formaldehyde emission standards.

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