Dixie Diners’ Club Yellow Cake & Cream Cheese Frosting… Just 5 Carbs a Square!

February 8, 2012

I whipped this up last night in less than 15 minutes!  In addition to the mix (buy it Monday with the coupon – see below), you just need 4 large, extra large or jumbo eggs, 1/4 cup sour cream, 1/4 cup softened butter and 2/3 cup water.  It bakes in 20 minutes!

I changed up the frosting from the Butter Cream listed on the package. We love Cream Cheese Frosting so I substituted 1/4 stick of unsalted butter with 4 tablespoons of cream cheese. The end result reminded me of the classic Cream Cheese Frosting of  my teenage years when my friend, Kathy, and I enjoyed leftover icing her mom made for cupcakes.

So, if you want the fabulous low carb version of the Cream Cheese Classic, follow these directions. In small mixing bowl or food processor, combine 1/4 stick of unsalted butter, 4 tablespoons of cream cheese (regular or low fat), and contents of bag #2. Mix until creamy.

The 30% off coupon is due to arrive next week!  Keep a running list of what you would like to have in your pantry – be prepared when the coupon arrives.  Once the coupon arrives you will be able to order this cake mix and frosting.

Dixie USA and Carb Light Living™ recently partnered to offer an upcoming, exclusive promotion! Get 30% off your first Dixie Diner Club (DDC) order! This offer is only available to Carb Light Living™ Facebook, Carb Light Living™ Website and Twitter subscribers! Spread the word to family and friends. Tell them to simply “Like” the Carb Light Living™ Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Carb-Light-Living/230559113666946 or subscribe to the Carb Light Living website at carblightliving.com. This promotion will run for 90 days once the coupon becomes available in the next couple weeks.

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  1. Bunny Devenere

     /  February 8, 2012

    I just want to thank everyone who had anything to do with this site. My 3 year old GreatGrandson was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in July. It has been life changing for all of us. It seems anything he likes is so high in carbs. That is the hard part, just trying to figure out a whole meal without overloading the carbs. This is an answer to our prayers. Thank you

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    • Joann

       /  February 8, 2012

      Dear Bunny,

      Thank you for this beautiful, heartwarming, and encouraging message for all of us. Isn’t it just wonderful that a child with Type I Diabetes can enjoy a piece of cake on his birthday without worrying about a spike in his blood sugar! He can now know normalcy, enjoying low carb cakes, cookies, muffins and other snacks and goodies. I am sure he is much happier now that he has more options – and options that taste great!

      Your comment is very meaningful, as it affirms we are making a difference in our efforts to eradicate the twin epidemic of obesity and diabetes, which sadly has even affected our children.

      We WILL change our great Nation, one by one.

      Thank you,
      Joann and Gary Mercer, Co-Founders of CarbLightLiving.com

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