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Dreamsicle Cake Flavoring?

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Is there a dreamsicle cake flavoring or extract? If there is could someone please tell me where to get it! Thanks!!
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I haven't used it, but Capella Flavorings makes an Orange Creamsicle extract (online). If you're in a pinch (like I was), you can try adding (don't laugh) the duncan hines frosting creations powder in Orange Creme. I have successfully added it to my yellow cake recipe and it was delicious paired with vanilla buttercream! icon_wink.gif
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Thanks Tiz for the suggestions. Im trying to recreate our wedding cake to surprise my husband for our annaversery. It was a dreamsicle cake. I always thought of it as a white sourcream cake with the dreamsicle flavor and it had little pieces of manderan oranges in it too. But I haven't been able to find a recipe.
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Loriann also makes an orange which I used for making 50/50 orange cupcakes, they were a hit !
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Hi, this is not from scratch, but macsmom(c/cer) has a recipe for this . Look up her user name and it will lead you to it. hth
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Thanks everyone for your help! I've tried a couple diffrent recipes now they sure good but not what I was looking for. I'll keep experimenting, but if I don't find it I have a couple great recipes to fall back on! icon_smile.gif
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I buy a flavoring from King Arthur Flour called Fiori di Sicilia and it's a creamsicle flavor. It's yummy in just about everything.
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post #9 of 10
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Originally Posted by aggiechef

I buy a flavoring from King Arthur Flour called Fiori di Sicilia and it's a creamsicle flavor. It's yummy in just about everything.



Now that is some good stuff! thumbs_up.gif To me, the flavor is more delicate than a creamsicle, but it is so good!

The recipe you describe, with the bits of mandarin orange, sounds like this one (without the nuts): http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/luscious-mandarin-orange-cake/02e67811-b56b-4047-8804-9cf3992dd249
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Originally Posted by Momy2Boys

Thanks everyone for your help! I've tried a couple diffrent recipes now they sure good but not what I was looking for. I'll keep experimenting, but if I don't find it I have a couple great recipes to fall back on! icon_smile.gif



For my dreamsicle cupcakes, i use a orange cake mix. (yes Im a boxed mixer) the duncan Hines Orange Supreme is divine. Instead of the veg oil it calls for i use Pamppered Chef orange infused canola oil, and grated orange if you like. The frosting i use a pure buttercream (all butter no shortening) and divide the buttercream in 1/2 after made so i can keep one side vanilla (add vanilla extract after frosting is divided), and i use orange food coloring and orange extract in the other 1/2 so i can swirl two different colors.. Everyone LOVEs THEM.
If you want to use a filling, which makes these even better try and look up the "twinkie" filling receipe.
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