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Vegan Creamsicle Cake

Easy Creamsicle Cake With Orange Soda | Vegan Creamsicle Cake Recipe

Looking for a super easy vegan creamsicle cake recipe? Well, you’ve come to the right place! This moist and fruity vegan cake, topped with a rich vegan butter cream is the easiest vegan birthday cake you will ever make. Feel free to view & print my recipe below to make your own 2-ingredient creamsicle cake! Or watch me on YouTube show you how to make it!

Vegan Creamsicle Cake

This recipe is part of my monthly #HACKED series that shows you vegan food hacks & cooking hacks to make life easier for you! It’s my birthday today, so I thought I would show you how to make a Vegan Orange Creamsicle Cake recipe using 2 ingredients!

Did you know that you can use a boxed cake mix to make a 2-ingredient vegan cake?! Can you guess what the other ingredient is besides boxed cake mix to make a vegan cake?

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In my newest video, I discuss 3 easy vegan cake mix hacks and how to make this easy creamsicle cake recipe, as well as pumpkin spice muffins and chocolate peanut butter cookies using cake mix!

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If you want to view or print the recipe card, just scroll down for the full list of ingredients and simple instructions on how to make this delicious orange creamsicle cake recipe.

All you need for this recipe is boxed Yellow Cake Mix, as shown in my youtube video, and Orange Soda! SO EASY! And obviously, if you want, you can add frosting and sprinkles as I did… cause y’know, a birthday needs frosting, sprinkles, and candles!

Creamsicle Cake Recipe

Recipe for Vegan Orange Creamsicle Cake

The first thing that you want to do is add your cake mix into a bowl and add the orange soda. Whisk it all together!

Next, you want to grease a cake tin and line it. Spread the batter into the cake tin and put it in the oven for 20-25 mins at 350 F.

Afterward, let the cake cool completely, especially if you plan to add frosting to your cake next. A warm frosted cake will only end up in a thick goopy mess, so WAIT until your cake is cooled before frosting! I mean it!

Did you know that most premade, store-bought “whipped” frostings are accidentally vegan? Because I feel like being a lazy vegan on my birthday, I bought pre-made vanilla icing that I’ll be putting on my orange creamsicle cake!

And voila!

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Easy Creamsicle Cake Recipe

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3-Ingredient Creamsicle Cake | Easy Vegan Creamsicle Cake Recipe
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This moist and fruity cake is the easiest cake you will ever bake! All you need is a box of cake mix and a can of orange soda!
Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Serves: 1 cake
  1. Position the rack in the center of the oven and preheat your oven to 350F.
  2. Grease and line your cake tin. Set aside.
  3. Using a bowl with a whisk; or a stand mixer, mix together the boxed cake mix and the orange soda.
  4. Place in the oven and bake for about 20-25 minutes, or until a tooth pick comes out clean.
  5. Remove the cake from the oven and allow to cool completely.
  6. Remove from the cake pan and enjoy as is, or frost with your favorite icing & sprinkles!


You guys must try this orange creamsicle cake recipe & let me know what you think! Once you try it, come back and leave me a comment below with your feedback and star rating! If you make this, let me see on social! Tag @edgyveg on your photo & add the hashtag #theedgyveg in your caption so I don’t miss it!

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  • Mary Yung says:

    I have to try your recipe! Easy and yummy!

  • Hannah says:

    This is so delicious!! I made it into cupcakes for work. They came out very moist, extremely light and fluffy. I’m not sure if it’s the cake mix I used but they were so light and fluffy they had a bit of trouble holding together when taking the cupcake wrapper off. It’s not a detractor from the recipe and I’m really not much of baker so it could also be something I did, just wondering if this is usual consistency? It was still great and am already planning it again but completely like your recipe so as a cake not cupcakes for a family gathering. Thanks for such a neat and tasty recipe!


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