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    Guests will swoon over this quick-prep cake flavored with salted caramel and apple-pie filling and topped with creamy whipped topping and butterscotch chips.

    A classic dessert, healthified! Rich and caramel-y pineapple teams up with yellow cake mix for a fantastic anytime dessert.

    From our family to yours, a classic carrot cake you'll want to make and enjoy over and over again. Pro tip: Toss the shredded carrots with the flour before combining with other ingredients. It makes for a better distribution of the carrots throughout the cake.

    We’re kicking off fall-baking season with incredible new bundt cakes from the Betty Crocker Kitchens—from apple spice with butterscotch glaze to caramelized banana bread, you'll LOVE these easy recipes.

    Craving a slice of cake? Have it ready in minutes by following this easy mug cake recipe. Top it with Betty Crocker™ Rich & Creamy rainbow chip frosting for an extra-special finish.

    A welcome addition to any holiday table, our delicious Rainbow Christmas Wreath cake is made from Betty Crocker SuperMoist white cake mix, fluffy white frosting, sprinkles and food coloring.

    Try a new twist on classic carrot cake, from baked doughnuts to cobbler to pancakes.

    Inspired by Key lime pie, this refreshingly easy poke cake is a sweet-tart delight. No one will ever notice it's been lightened up with fat-free yogurt, fat-free sweetened condensed milk and low-fat whipped topping!

    Quick and easy, this homey cake is rich in coffee, toffee and caramel flavors. One Betty member says, "Very easy to make and it makes a great impression!"

    Need to use up extra peaches? Try this one-bowl cake that’s bursting with juicy peaches and smooth vanilla flavor. If you don’t have vanilla bean paste on hand, feel free to use an equal amount of vanilla extract.

    We don’t call it magic for nothing! This ultra-decadent wonder-cake morphs into three distinct layers as it bakes. Keep it simple with just a dusting of powdered sugar, or serve it with whipped cream and fresh berries. A must-try for chocolate lovers!

    This easy poke cake is perfect for any occasion! Betty member MinnesotaMama raves, "This cake is so refreshing. Great for spring or summer. My husband said this is probably one of the best cakes I've made, and I have made plenty. My co-workers couldn't get enough of it."

    Get ready to flip! We’ve got 12 upside-down desserts that are about to turn your average cake recipe on its head.

    Savor the flavors of banana cream pie in this crowd-sized poke cake, made with Betty Crocker SuperMoist yellow cake mix, banana pudding and whipped topping.

    Your family will flip over this summery twist on classic pineapple upside-down cake. The combination of pineapple and zucchini is almost too good to be true!

    Take advantage of zucchini season and bake up this warmly spiced snack cake today. Overripe bananas will provide the best flavor for this cake, so if all you have are under-ripe bananas, bake them in a 300° F oven 30 to 40 minutes or until peels are black and bananas are soft.

    Want a recipe that's got homemade taste and can be made with a beginner's skill? Then try this easy, moist yellow cake that's covered with a rich, satin caramel frosting. The flavor goes for miles!

    Savor the sweetest slice of watermelon you'll ever eat! The chocolate seeds are a melt-in-your-mouth prize. Tip: Toss chips in 1-2 tablespoons of cake mix so they stay distributed evenly throughout the cake!

    This peachy treat will be your new favorite upside-down cake! Betty Crocker yellow cake mix helps take it from counter to oven in just 15 minutes. Best of all, this recipe lends itself to all kinds of variations. Use pecans instead of walnuts or try blueberries in place of strawberries!

    Whiskey, apples and upside-down cake: what could be better? This fruity dessert, which starts with a box of SuperMoist yellow cake mix, is the perfect (boozy) way to upgrade traditional holiday fruitcake.

    Fresh blueberries + lemon = a match made in fruit heaven! This beautiful layer cake has a lemon glaze and a buttercream frosting, making it a super-special birthday treat for blueberry lovers. Grab a handheld plane grater to make grating the lemon peel easier.

    Go big with this super-sized whoopie pie, made with Betty’s SuperMoist devil’s food cake mix and filled with a vanilla-and-marshmallow crème mixture. Ganache might sound complicated, but all it takes is whipping cream, baking chocolate and a gentle touch!

    No wonder this party-ready cake has been pinned so many times! Chunks of chocolate malt balls mixed into vanilla ice cream tops a decadent, from-scratch chocolate cake. Go ahead, take the sweetness up a notch by using chocolate ice cream!

    The pink polka dots are such a fun surprise inside of this Rainbow Chip Cake made by our friend Zoe Bakes.

    You asked, we answered! After a two-year hiatus, Rainbow Chip frosting is back and ready to party for birthdays and special occasions—or any time, really! (Because let’s be honest: We’ve all eaten it straight from the can.)