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  1. Step 1
    Bake the cake according to package directions for a 9 X 13 cake.

  2. Step 2
    Let cake cool for 5 minutes, then use a fork or end of a wooden spoon to poke holes all over the top of the cake.

  3. Step 3
    Drizzle the can of sweetened condensed milk slowly over top of the cake. Let the cake cool completely on the counter. Then refrigerate to chill.

  4. Step 4
    Remove the foil lid from the can of frosting. Heat frosting in the microwave for 20 seconds. Stir and then spread over the top of the chilled cake.

  5. Step 5
    Set aside 2 tablespoons of fruit filling. Stir together the remaining fruit filling and cool whip. Spread over the frosting layer.

  6. Step 6
    Spoon tiny dots of the reserved fruit filling over the top. Gently swirl with a knife.

  7. Step 7
    Refrigerate cake until time to serve. Cut into 24 pieces.

  8. Step 8
    Store remaining cake in a sealed container in the refrigerator.


Lemon frosting is delicious if you can't find orange frosting.

What others are saying about this recipe

  1. Jo Soriano Ferguson says:

    Will make this great cake. Thank you

  2. Regina Cavacas says:

    My family really liked this. The cake was moist and had a fresh taste. It was easy to make.
    I used a wooden spoon handle for the condensed milk. It left large holes that the orange frosting filled in. It was a nice surprise when eating the cake.
    I could not find Orangesicle Frosting. I bought a can of cream cheese frosting and added orange extract.
    I found heating the frosting made it soupy. I added powder sugar to thicken it up.
    We will make again and switch out the flavors and fruits.

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Jocelyn began baking at five years old. Baking helps her relax when she’s feeling stressed. When she’s not in the kitchen, she enjoys doing crossfit with her husband. With all the sugar that comes out of their kitchen, working out is definitely a necessary evil!

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