Vintage Lemon Apricot Nectar Cake - Recipes

Vintage Lemon Apricot Nectar Cake

This Vintage Lemon Apricot Nectar Cake is an old school recipe that starts with a cake mix but turns into a super moist, crazy flavorful dessert! I read a post on another site that said that Duncan Hines originally introduced the recipe when they launched lemon cake mix years ago, but I can’t verify that. The crazy thing about it is that when I tested this recipe with a Duncan Hines mix, the middle fell every single time, much like it does when folks use Duncan Hines cake mixes with that Pineapple Juice Cake recipe. So, as much as I love Duncan Hines mixes, I have to recommend another brand for this recipe. I’ve tested it extensively after folks reported problems with that recipe and it seems that the amount of oil in the recipe is the culprit.  Now the lemon is the real star in this recipe. I like the novelty of the apricot nectar, but didn’t really find it to have much apricot flavor. Regardless, it makes for a super moist lemon cake that everyone who’s tasted it just loved. With that being said, I think you could use other juices or nectars, if you so desired. My local grocery store had canned nectars that ranged from peach and apricot to coconut-pineapple, strawberry, even strawberry-banana. So there are tons of great options! 
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