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Lemon Supreme Special Cake Recipe — Lemon Supreme Cake Recipe

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Special Lemon Supreme Cake Recipe

1 box Duncan Hines Lemon Supreme Cake Mix (If that’s not available, any lemon cake mix will do.) 1 cup apricot nectar (Found in the canned fruit juice section.) 3/4 cup cooking oil 4 eggs 1/2 cup sugar Glaze: 2 cups powdered sugar 2 lemons (or enough lemon juice to make a glaze) Mix cake mix, sugar, oil and nectar together. Bake in a tube pan at 325° for 1 hour. Cool, right side up for 15 minutes then remove from pan. Mix 2 cups powdered sugar and the juice of about 1-1/2 lemons (2 lemons if they are not juicy). Pour over cake while still warm to make a glaze.


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3 thoughts on “Lemon Supreme Special Cake Recipe — Lemon Supreme Cake Recipe

  1. I have used this recipe for many years but can no longer find apricot nectar that doesn’t have water as its first ingredient. Do you have a source for concentrated apricot nectar or do you use the watery version?

    1. I haven’t made it in years. My husband and I both found out a few years ago that we’re diabetic, so I try not to cook things like this that we’ll be tempted to nibble on all the time. Frankly, I never noticed the water content of the nectar. I simply bought the only apricot nectar I could find. I have no idea of its water content, if it has changed or if it’s even still being made, although, I believe my daughter bought some sometime in the past year or so. She does still make the cake from time to time. Wish I could be of more help.

      Gosh! I would love some lemon supreme cake right now! 🙂

    2. Thanks for your reply. Sorry about your diabetes. I have some apricot nectar but again the first ingredient is water and am going to adjust for the water. I’ll let you know how it turns out.

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