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Orange Creamcicle Poke Cake

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I am so addicted to pudding poke cakes!!!  They are so easy, so tasty and they are real crowd pleasers!  There are sooo many combinations you can make with these poke cakes and since it is the summertime I have been making citrus ones and they are amazing!!

You just take whatever flavor cake mix you like, bake it, poke it, pour over whatever pudding flavor you choose, top with cool whip and there you go, a wonderful refreshing dessert that will wow everyone!

This one I made with my sister in mind.  She loves creamcicles so naturally she adored this cake :)

Creamcicle Poke Cake

Orange Creamcicle Poke Cake

Orange Creamcicle Poke Cake


  • Orange Creamcicle Cake Mix OR Orange Cake Mix, made according to directions
  • 2 small boxes instant vanilla pudding, made according to directions
  • Cool Whip, whipped topping


  1. Mix cake according to directions and bake in 9x13 Pyrex dish.
  2. After cake bakes, poke holes throughout top of cake.
  3. Prepare the pudding and pour over cake.
  4. Top the pudding layer with a layer of whipped topping.
  5. Place in fridge at least 4 hours.
  6. Slice and serve!!

Orange Creamcicle Poke Cake

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  1. Great idea! I have made poke cakes before but have never experimented with different flavors. When I saw this orange creamcicle one I had to pin it! Visiting from Let’s Get Social Sunday and following you via Google+!

    1. Pillsbury makes it but I think it is for the summer, and Duncan Hines makes an Orange Cake mix all year round.

  2. Oh does this look good! I am sharing it on Facebook right now (and pinning it).
    Thanks so much for adding this link to Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop!!!

  3. This looks delish! I have never tried a poke cake before and cant wait to make this! Thanks for sharing found you over at the domestic superhero link party! Carly :)

  4. This sounds like exactly what we “need” for this weekend, lol. Thanks for posting this. Who doesn’t like a creamcicle? And, from a Pyrex collector-addict, I esp appreciated that you threw in the Pyrex nod! Take care- Dawn

  5. Happy Friday! My Friday Flash Blog linky party is live @ The Jenny Evolution – a flash mob of blogs where you share your favorite posts of the week. Hope to see you there — you may just get highlighted next week!


  6. This looks so delicious and refreshing! Pinning this now and hoping to try it soon.
    By the way I love your header design! I have really similar colors on my blog so it looks like we have similar taste.
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  7. This looks totally delicious and we love it!

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  8. Thanks for pinning this to the Pin It Party! It was my pick to pin to the party board this week. Can’t wait to make this recipe soon.

  9. Oh my!!! You are so mean with me… This looks delicious and you are too far from me… do you make delivery?????? Thanks so much for sharing this with me at Bewitch Me & Titi! Hope to have you back with another awesome share! Hope you are having a wonderful week!!!

    Cami @ TitiCrafty.com

  10. Just catching up on some Friday linkups and came across these delicious looking cake bars. This sounds so good, I wish I had one now! Blessings, Catherine

  11. They looks absolutely wonderful. I remember the old creamsicle ice creams and how much I loved those things as a kid. If that cake is anything like that I can’t have it in my house. I have given up sugar and grains, but my husband still eats sweets. I usually try to make this kind of thing to take out so there is none left over to bring home.

    I followed you on Sverve.

  12. I make this, but I add a can of Mandrian Oranges. Drain oranges. Use large can of oranges. Save half of oranges for icing. Put other half of oranges in cake mix and mix with cake ingredients. The mixer will break up the slices into small pieces. When you put the cool whip on, lay on the orange slices as well, or cut slices in half and and fold into cool whip.

  13. Made this in my 9×13 Pyrex dish. I had no room for the whipped topping. Next time I will only make one box of pudding. Two boxes was a bit too much. It’s à good quick cake.

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