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Old 11-08-2011, 09:39 AM   #1
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Cheerwine Cake

cheerwine cake

Ingredients:
1 box Devil’s Food cake mix
1 cup Cheerwine soft drink
1 tsp almond extract flavoring

Directions:
Mix the cake mix as directed on the box, but use the Cheerwine in place of water for the liquid. Also, add the almond extract which is not called for on the box mix.
Bake the cake as directed on the cake mix box.
Then, make the Cheerwine Cake Frosting.

Cheerwine Cake Frosting

Ingredients:
cup butter or margarine (let soften)
1/3 cup Cheerwine soft drink
cup cocoa (baking powdered chocolate - usually near the flour in the grocery)
1 lb box powdered sugar (or 2 cups if bought in bulk bag)
tsp almond extract flavoring


Directions:
Mix together butter and Cheerwine with a mixer. Add cocoa, powdered sugar, and almond extract and mix until smooth.
Spread frosting on cool Cheerwine Cake



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Old 11-08-2011, 10:19 AM   #2
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your just mad cause you dont have cheerwine up there in New York i think if you was to try it you would like it try to use cheery dr. pepper
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Old 11-08-2011, 11:29 AM   #3
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That could be interesting. I am not a huge fan of cheerwine on it own, but in a cake, I would imagine it could be quite tasty.
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I would not like it with any soda in it. I am allergic to all the additives in soda. Don't use cake mixes, either.

Too easy to bake from scratch. Don't want the chemicals.
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Old 12-22-2011, 02:39 PM   #5
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Hi ChefJune,
I've had Cheerwine cake, from this recipe. It's really good and everyone I've made it for loves it.
However, being a confirmed sourdough baker I had to find a way out of using a box cake. So I found a really good sourdough chocolate cake recipe and substituted Cheerwine for the water, and used the Cheewine icing recipe. Wonderful!!
Then I ran out of Cheerwine and tried Dr. Pepper. Pretty good but not as good. So I tried Cheery Nehi soda. Worked great. Love the cake. I never drink cherry soda but there's always some in the house, unless I get my hands on some Cheerwine.
Since you are allergic to the soda additives try cherry extract, or cheery juice, for some of the liquid and water for the rest.
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