It’s another installment of “I love to cook and bake, but don’t love recipes with tons of ingredients that yield tons of work!” OK, so the series isn’t really called that, but it definitely could since my most recent recipes seem to follow that trend. I can’t hide it…I love a good recipe with minimal ingredients and minimal work! As a stay-at-home-mom, business owner and person that likes as much down time with my family as possible, do you blame me? So here ya go…another easy peesy Pinterest find recipe…and it’s low-fat!
Three-Ingredient Low-Fat Orange Creamsicle Cake
1 box of white cake mix (I used Pillsbury)
1 cup of orange juice
1 6oz. container of plain, non-fat Greek yogurt
1. Mix cake mix, orange juice and yogurt thoroughly in a large mixing bowl (should take a few minutes if you do it by hand).
2. Pour into greased 8×8 pan or dish.
3. Bake at 350 for 30-33 minutes.
BAM. DONE. Three ingredients and three instructions.
FINAL REVIEW: This cake is delicious! The texture is a bit more dense than a regular box cake, but it’s super moist. I was afraid there’d be too much orange flavor, but I think it’s just enough and definitely doesn’t overpower. I tested this out at our MOPS meeting this morning (pictured above) and it was a hit! You can add powdered sugar for a little extra sweetness, but I think it’s fine without it. Definitely one of the easiest, most delicious cakes I’ve ever made! I might try apple juice instead of orange juice and add some cinnamon next time.
Recipe adapted from here.