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Hey Ian,

Here is the recipe for the 7-up cake

Ingredients

3 Cubes of Butter (not margarine...butter)
3 cups of Sugar

(cream this together for 20mins)

5 eggs

(add 1 egg at a time and beat with mixer into cream mixture)

3 cups of Flour

(add lil at a time, beat into mixture)

2 T Lemon Extract

3/4cup of 7-up ( I sometimes add a lil more)

Fold into batter and mix

Put into a bundt cake ( spray pan and lightly coat so it wont stick)

325* oven (preheat)
Bake 1hr - 1hr 15mins
 

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Ok, I would have totally just bought a box mix for yellow cake & sub 7-Up for the water :lol: !
 

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That is exactly how I make pineapple upside down cake. Sub pineapple juice for water. Instead of butter & flour on the bottom of the pan use butter, sugar, pieapple chunks & marishcino cherries :lol: . It works w/ peaches & peach juice too.
 

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ohhh you are the best! I cant wait to make this cake :)... my tummy is rumbling just thinking about it.... got to fill that hollow leg as my mother would say lol...
 

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Mmmmm....sounds very intriguing. Thank you, smellit (do you have another preferred name we can call you?)
 
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hey Woodi.. Im Shannan

Love the Calculator..been using it I think since you came out with it lol
 

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I still have the newspaper cut out of this recipe from maybe 20 years ago. I still make it. It is delicous with a fresh orange glaze
 
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Lucy its older than that, I got it from my mom...who got it from her mom.....who got it from her mom

so my great-grandmother passed it down...my grandmother knows the recipe by heart so did my grandfather.
 

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Sounds about right. I think 7UP was first invented in the 1920s
 

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You know....weight watchers has a recipe that is similar and you use a diet cola. hmmmmmmmmmm......never tried it, but now I am a little intrigued. Thanks for sharing it! k
 

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