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September 10, 2009


Ashley Schott

This looks so tasty! I'm definitely going to try it:) It sounds super refreshing and different than your typical cake! YUM

Hope @ The Queen Of Re

Hi there, I tried this recipe today for my family. The juror is still out. They are waiting to eat it for dinner. Their tongues are wagging. I try to remember to come back and give you the verdict.



Hi Tina,

Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful poke cake recipe. I am headed out the door right now to go get the orange soda..ha! Love your blog sooo much...it is the highlight of my day!

Wife of Rob


I am so going to make my self sick on this...very soon. I love orange anything. And this looks like luciously orangey cloudlike goodness!


ps...still loving my plates!


that sounds heavenly...and...we call our OSU cowboys, "POKES"...colors are ORANGE and black!!! i think i'll make it for the next game! thanks for sharing!




Hi Tina, That cake looks soooo good!! Sounds easy too!

Thanks for stopping by The Southern Cottage...I will add you to my my blog roll!

Hope you have a wonderful weekend! Nancy


Thank you so much. Today is my son's birthday and this cake is in the oven right this minute. He'll love it!


I've go to try this! Looks too yummy!

Debbie Hooper


Terri Steffes

This sounds delightful. I wish I had a spoon and I would eat out of the middle.

Rachael W.

Yummy...sounds like a sunny dessert!!


Tina I like this recipe because it takes so few ingredients. And you could change the flavor of this cake.

Sheri and Sophee~a

Please save a slice for me.....and a cup of coffee,PLEASE


Hi Tina...I think I gained 5 pounds just looking at this delicious cake! Always love visiting and getting a wonderful recipe...my husband thanks you!


christina cadden

mmm, sounds so good!

Carmen Long

Now I have to try this one! I made the Heavenly cake that you had posted for my mom's birthday and the funny thing is that she had seen the recipe on your blog and was planning to make it herself!

Jean Eakin

Tina, I love your recipes, easy and delicious.
jean in Virginia

Tina Smith

LOL!! Hi Kim? LOL!!


Hi Kim,
Oh my!!!! How do you stay so thin? Who eats all that yumminess? Hugs, Rosemary~


Sounds YUMMY Tina

Kathy :)

Karla Nathan

We used to make this all the time when I was a kid, but we used orange jello, not soda. I've not tried it this way, sounds fun!

Tina Smith

I promise you...it's not one-big-orange-scented-blobby mess....


You have done it again!!! I absolutely give up. My pre-turning 40 weight will never be back. Especially if I keep reading your blog. But you know what? I don't care! Pass the cake, please!!!


I remember when I did a recipe similar using jello instead of the orange soda.Always a favorite with my kids.
judy j

Cass at That Old House

Amazing! I am going to trust you that this doesn't turn out to be one big orange-scented blobby mess -- it sure looks interesting. I bet kids love it, too.

Elsie Andrews

Tina that looks delicious! I will try that one for sure,I know my husband and grandchildren will love that. Hey,how you gonna get that on that wicker cake plate? LOLOL...:)


You post the yummiest looking goodies!!!
Must try this one.


My kids would love that cake! I'm going to have to make that this weekend :) It sounds and looks fantastic!


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