Absolutely The Best Tasting Reduced Sugar Cake Mix

I have found the absolute best tasting reduced sugar cake mix !!! I tend to not include a whole lot of sugar in my diet so I most certainly stay clear of cake, but when my husbands birthday was coming up he asked me to make him a cake…YIKES I thought immediately, off the band wagon I go indulging myself in sugar and sweets…

In turn I went to our local market and found a Pillsbury moist supreme reduced sugar classic yellow cake mix and SMILED this was a GREAT idea and I bought it…but the more I thought about it the more worried I got that people including my husband would be able to taste the difference so when I finally made it I held my breath..but not for long, it was a hit!!! It was one of the best cakes he and I have ever had. You could NOT taste the difference though I put regular frosting on it, not wanting to go full boar with the reduced sugar. It was just absolutely delicious and this is going to be the only cake mixed I by and bake from now on.

The cake mix has 50% less sugar than the regular yellow cake mixes and is sweetened with splenda. When baked regularly with oil, 3 real eggs, and water the cake mix has 230 calories, 3 grams of fat, and 10g of sugar. However I drastically decrease those numbers by substituting the oil with apple sauce, the 3 real eggs with egg beaters or whites, and using the water as directed. This also helps make the cake moister too. They may make other flavors but I have only tried the yellow cake, but I know for a fact they make a few flavors of frosting that I have not tried yet. If you have tried them, let me know what you thought 😀

Make and ENJOY a reduced sugar cake today!

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