5 Delectable 7 Up Cake Recipes to Wow Your Tastebuds


Originally from northern Louisiana, I now live in the southern part. I have many great country, Cajun, and New Orleans recipes to share.

Bake It up With 7 Up!

7 Up Cake has been popular since the 1950s, when adding the lemon-lime soft drink instead of water to a mix was said to make the cake "light and airy". In the early 1980s, baking a 7 Up pound cake in a bundt pan became a popular trend.

7 Up was added to baked goods, such as:

  • a pound cake made from scratch that was usually baked in a bundt pan.
  • a sheet cake made from a mix.
  • a 3-layer torte made from a mix.

These cake recipes also make excellent cupcakes. I've included easy recipes for all three of the popular types of 7 Up cake as well as recipes for pineapple-butter frosting and a sauce with orange and apricot.

Learn how to make five different cakes with this soda:

  1. 7 Up Cake With Brown Sugar Sauce
  2. 7 Up Pound Cake
  3. Aunt Eleanor's Tropical Cake
  4. 7 Up Pound Cake From Louisiana (Circa 1983)
  5. 7 Up Cake With Orange Sauce

You'll also find the history of the drink and some memorabilia that will send you on a trip down memory lane. I hope you enjoy these recipes and memories.

7 Up Cake Poll

1. 7 Up Cake With Brown Sugar Sauce

This unusual recipe dates back to 1959: "In the following recipe, dried apricots are cooked in 7-Up soft drink, for the brown sugar sauce. The natural lemon-lime flavor of 7-Up is used as the liquid ingredient."

Reference: "Please Your Family This Week With An Apricot Up-Side Down Cake," Daily Defender (Chicago), February 17, 1959 (p. 40)


  • 2 (7-ounce) bottles 7 Up
  • 1 cup dried apricots
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 1/4 cups cake flour, sifted
  • 2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 3 egg whites


  1. To make the sauce, simmer 7 Up with the apricots for 20 minutes.
  2. Stir in the butter and brown sugar. Continue simmering it to melt the butter. Spread the sauce over the bottom of a 9"x12"x2" baking pan.
  3. To make the batter, cream the butter and sugar until the mixture is fluffy.
  4. Sift the flour, baking powder, and salt together. Stir it together, pouring in a bit of the soda each time.
  5. Beat the egg whites until they're stiff and fold them into the batter. Pour the batter over the sauce into baking pan. Bake at 350° Fahrenheit for 45 minutes.
  6. Once the cake is done, invert the pan and serve the cake up-side down.

2. 7 Up Pound Cake With Pineapple Icing

This pound cake recipe is quite involved. Mary Jane Altman of West Palm Beach wrote the first recipe, and she said, "It's a little extra effort, but it's worth it." Similar recipes emphasized that it is important to beat the butter for a full 20 minutes. They also said the cake improves if it's baked a day before you plan to serve it and that it keeps well frozen.

The pineapple butter frosting can be used on other versions of the cake as well.

Prep timeCook timeReady inYields

20 min

1 hour 25 min

1 hour 45 min



  • 4 sticks of butter (margarine will not do)
  • 3 cups granulated sugar
  • 5 eggs
  • 3 cups flour
  • 2 tsp lemon extract
  • 3/4 cup 7 Up
  • 3 cups confectioner's sugar
  • 1/3 cup crushed pineapple, with juice


  1. Cream three sticks of butter and granulated sugar together for 20 minutes.
  2. Add lemon extract and 7-Up. Bake 1 1/4 hours at 325°F in a well-oiled bundt pan.
  3. Cool for 8 to 10 minutes, and then dust it with powdered sugar.
  4. To make the frosting, cream one stick of butter. Add the confectioner's sugar and crushed pineapple to it.
  5. Continue creaming until the mixture is well blended and fluffy. Spread it on the pound cake.

3. Aunt Eleanor's Tropical Cake

This is Steffan's recipe for 7 Up cake that begins with a packaged mix. Similar recipes call for a yellow or a lemon cake mix in place of the pineapple and lemon or vanilla pudding in place of the pineapple pudding. Pat Krenick of Goulds uses an orange cake mix and lemon pudding. Some cooks bake this in a 9"x13" pan; others make this in three round pans.

Prep timeCook timeReady inYields

20 min

1 hour 10 min

1 hour 30 min



  • 1 package Pineapple Supreme cake mix
  • 4 eggs
  • 1/3 cup oil
  • 1 package instant pineapple pudding
  • 10 ounces 7 Up


  1. Mix the cake mix, eggs, oil, pudding packet, and 7 Up together.
  2. Beat it on medium speed with an electric mixer for two minutes.
  3. Pour the mixture into greased and floured 8" cake pans or a 13"x9" pan.
  4. Make one of the three frosting options below. Then, add it to the cooled cake.

Three Frosting Options

1. Krenick's Cooked Frosting

This recipe for a cooked frosting comes from Krenick, who says the 7 Up cake with this frosting is always requested for family birthdays and special occasions. She got her recipe from friends in Arkansas.

What You'll Need:

  • 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar
  • 1/4 cup butter
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 small can flaked coconut
  • 1 small can crushed pineapple


  1. Beat the sugar, eggs, and butter together until smooth.
  2. Then, stir in the coconut and pineapple. Frost the cooled cake.

2. Pineapple Frosting

What You'll Need:

  • 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar
  • 1/2 stick butter
  • 2 tablespoons flour
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 small can crushed pineapple in heavy syrup
  • 1 cup coconut flakes


  1. To make the pineapple frosting, mix the following ingredients together: granulated sugar, butter, flour, eggs, and the can of pineapple in heavy syrup.
  2. Cook it over the stove until it's thick and transparent.
  3. Remove it from the heat and stir in the coconut.
  4. When it's cool, fill and frost cake.

3. 7 Up Icing

Finally, just to be sure we've had the last word on the 7-Up cake, here's a recipe from Bedell that will really top it all.

What You'll Need:

  • 2 egg whites
  • 3 tablespoons 7 Up
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/4 tbsp cream of tartar


  1. Put all the ingredients in the top of a double boiler over boiling water. The upper pan should not touch the surface of the water.
  2. Beat the mixture with a rotary beater until it's stiff enough to stand in peaks, about 5 minutes.
  3. Top the cake with this icing.

Reference: "AMERICA IS TURNING 7-UP CAKE," Linda Cicero, Miami Herald, August 5, 1982

4. 7 Up Pound Cake From Louisiana (Circa 1983)

This is the recipe we used in both north and south Louisiana. I found copies of it in Pots, Pans, and Pioneers III, Councils of Louisiana Chapter #24 Telephone Pioneers of America Cookbook and also New Orleans Public Service Middle South Utilities System Newsletter. Enjoy!

Reference: Mattie M. Johnson, Ouachita Council, Monroe, LA; Betty Beatty, Caddo Council, Minden, LA


  • 1 1/2 cup butter
  • 3 cup s sugar
  • 5 eggs
  • 3 cups flour
  • 2 tablespoons lemon extract
  • 3/4 cup 7 Up


  1. Cream the sugar and butter together until the mixture is light and fluffy.
  2. Add eggs one at a time, beating them in well. Add the flour, then the lemon extract and 7 Up.
  3. Pour the batter into a well-greased and floured bundt pan. Bake at 325° F for 1 hour or up to 75 minutes.

Did You Know?

Early sheet cake recipes used a pineapple icing either cooked or made into a buttercream. Most bundt recipes use a sprinkling of powdered sugar or a light glaze on top.

5. 7 Up Cake With Orange Sauce

Here is another version of the delicious 7 up Cake with an orange sauce instead of the traditional lemon. Recipe is from Fun Vista.

Prep timeCook timeReady inYields

20 min

1 hour 25 min

1 hour 45 min



  • 1 cup butter, softened
  • 1/2 cup shortening
  • 3 cups sugar
  • 5 eggs, room temperature
  • 3 cups flour, sifted 3 times
  • 3/4 cup 7 Up
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 teaspoon butternut flavoring
  • 2 cups powdered sugar
  • 1/4 cup orange juice


  1. Preheat the oven to 325° F.
  2. Cream the butter, shortening, and sugar together. Add the eggs one at a time and beat well.
  3. Add the sifted flour and 7 Up alternately, beating well. Then, pour in the vanilla extract and butternut flavoring. Mix well.
  4. Pour the batter into a greased bundt pan or angel food tube pan. Bake for 1 hour and 15 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the center of the cake comes out clean. Let the cake completely cool before serving.
  5. To make the orange sauce, put the powdered sugar in a saucepan. Add enough orange juice to make a paste.
  6. Heat the mixture until the powdered sugar dissolves and the paste becomes more of a sauce. Add a little more orange juice if needed.
  7. Pour a tablespoon of warm orange sauce over each slice of cake right before serving. Otherwise, you can put the orange sauce in a heat-resistant pitcher and let everyone pour the sauce over their slice of cake themselves.

How to Make 7 Up Cupcakes

  • Use any of the recipes above to create the batter base.
  • Instead of pouring the batter into a cake pan, pour it into muffin tins lined with cupcake liners.
  • Bake in a preheated 350° F oven for 20-25 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the middle of a muffin comes out clean.
  • Cool the muffins.
  • Frost them with the icing of your choice.

A Snapshot of 7-up Cake History

You can find more information about the food timeline, but here is a brief overview of 7 Up's baking history.


"Now here's a request that really fizzed. Sally Garber of Deerfield Beach asked our readers to come up with a recipe for 7-Up cake with pineapple frosting. We received 72 replies. Apparently, there are 3 versions of 7-Up cake: A pound cake, baked in a Bundt pan, that is made from scratch; a sheet cake made from a mix; and a 3-layer torte, also made from a mix."

The pineapple frosting comes in many versions.

  • Usually, the topping for the pound cake recipe is a sprinkling of powdered sugar or a light glaze.
  • The sheet cake or the 3-layer recipe often has a pineapple frosting. Some recipes called for a cooked frosting while others used a buttercream type. Other recipes add chopped pecans along with the pineapple—most added coconut. And while most recipes called for the frosting to be spread on a cooled cake, some specified that the frosting be spread while the cake was warm.

Why would you add 7 Up to a recipe? According to a quote from a cookbook published by The Seven-Up Co. in 1957, here is the answer: "Make a cake with the contents of a packaged mix, using 7-Up instead of the liquid in the recipe. You'll be amazed at how light and airy your cake is." Here are some of the delicious recipes for this easy cake.

History of 7 Up

Source: The History of 7up

Charles Leiper Grigg

By Mary Bellis

The soft drink, 7 Up, was invented by Charles Leiper Grigg (originally of Price's Branch, Missouri). When he was an adult, Grigg moved to St. Louis, where he was first introduced to the carbonated beverage business.

By 1919, when he was working for Vess Jones, Grigg invented and marketed his first soft drink called "Whistle".

After a disagreement with management, Charles Grigg quit his job (relinquishing his rights to "Whistle") and started working for the Warner Jenkinson Company, where he developed flavoring agents for soft drinks. While there, he invented a second orange flavored soft drink called "Howdy". He eventually moved on from the Warner Jenkinson Co.and took his soft drink "Howdy" with him.

Along with financier Edmund G. Ridgway, Grigg went on to form the Howdy Company. But his soft drinks could not stand up to "Orange Crush", which soon dominated the market for orange sodas.

In 1929, Charles Grigg decided to focus on lemon-lime flavors, and by October of that year, he had invented a new drink called, "Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Sodas".

The name was quickly changed to " 7 Up Lithiated Lemon-Lime" and then again quickly changed to just plain 7 Up.

7 Up merged with "Dr Pepper" in 1986.

Questions & Answers

Question: How do you make the glaze for the seven up pound cake?

Answer: Glaze Recipe

4 tablespoons butter

2 cups powdered sugar

2 to 4 tablespoons milk or hot water for desired consistency

1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract

Melt butter in saucepan or in a bowl in the microwave. Sift 2 cups powdered sugar into medium-size bowl. Add melted butter and 2 tablespoons of liquid (milk or water) and vanilla to the powdered sugar. Stir to blend. Beat with a mixer until smooth and creamy, add a little more liquid if necessary. Drizzle the glaze over the cooled cake.

© 2008 Yvonne L B

Do you have a 7 Up Cake recipe?

Margie's Southern Kitchen from the USA on September 15, 2016:

I have not made one in a long time, I have a recipe for one in a hub. I will be trying one of your recipes soon. Thanks!

ashleydpenn on October 21, 2013:

I'd never even heard of adding soda to a cake before. I think I'm going to have to experiment.

Ramona from Arkansas on June 29, 2013:

Nice Lens. I've never tried any of these 7-up cakes before. I'm not much of a baker but, I think I could do one of these!

PaigSr from State of Confusion on May 26, 2013:

I don't have a recipe unless you count what is on this page. Thanks.

anonymous on May 19, 2013:

I have been told of using frozen peaches, a cake mix and poour 7up over the top, but don't know the amounts. Anyone else do this and what are the amounts?

Margot_C on December 25, 2012:

Crisp and clean with no caffeine. Amazing how you remember marketing slogans for years and years. I had no idea 7-up could be used to make a cake, let alone anything else. Great lens.

waihou on December 06, 2012:

I love this recipe!

loveanime22 on November 27, 2012:

don't have 7-up cake recipe

Ramona from Arkansas on November 04, 2012:

Never had 7-up cake. I think I will try your pound cake recipe since my husband loves pound cake.

anonymous on November 01, 2012:

I love 7-up but I newer thought of making a cake out of it. Thank you for sharing.

dellgirl on September 18, 2012:

Yes, I have one - somewhere. These are so delicious. Congratulations on making the TOP PERFORMERS: Best of Food & Cooking page. ~Blessed by a SquidAngel~

dellgirl on September 18, 2012:

Yes, I have one - somewhere. These are so delicious. Congratulations on making the TOP PERFORMERS: Best of Food & Cooking page. ~Blessed by a SquidAngel~

pheonix76 from WNY on August 04, 2012:

Sounds really tasty! I would like to try one of these recipes, although I don't like baking with butter, it just might be worth it. Thanks for sharing!

poorwendy lm on June 28, 2012:

Now I do. I'll spend one weekend trying these out.

belinda342 on June 17, 2012:

My next cake will feature 7-up. I can't believe I hadn't heard of this before. Thank you!

GeekGirl1 on June 16, 2012:

Thanks for sharing your delicious sounding recipes.

JoshK47 on June 16, 2012:

This sounds positively delicious - blessed by a SquidAngel!

ShoppingWithMonty on June 13, 2012:

No! I've never even tried a 7-Up Cake, but I really like the sound of your 7-Up Cake with Orange Sauce recipe....YUM!

biggking lm on May 28, 2012:

do they have one for dr pepper

looniestlove lm on May 24, 2012:

we never tried this before, but it seems that it is worth a try, the recipes looks very easy and delicious, thanks for giving us this great lens and for giving us a great idea on how to use 7-up in cooking...great lens

BestRatedStuff on April 23, 2012:

Never did, now I have yours :) Delightful idea, recipes look good, should give my baking daughter.

KateHonebrink on April 09, 2012:

Who needs mine when there's so many of yours?!

MelonyVaughan on April 01, 2012:

Wonderful recipes - thanks for sharing!

TTMall on March 29, 2012:

Thanks for sharing these great resources.

justDawn1 on March 18, 2012:

I did years ago, but lost it :( Thanks for sharing yours! :)

Pam Irie from Land of Aloha on March 16, 2012:

Now I do. :)

anonymous on February 22, 2012:

@BobZau: Its a very delicious recipe

anonymous on February 11, 2012:

This is a new one on me, 7up recipes?

Linda Hahn from California on February 07, 2012:


You bet I do.

Bob Zau on February 07, 2012:

This is news to me, I'd have never thought to use 7-up in a cake. Will have to give it a try

Rhythmgame on December 18, 2011:

I love the burping bunnies!

TopToysForKids on December 14, 2011:

7-up cake is so good...I don't have a recipe, but whenever I went to my Grammy's house, she always had some made....I'll have to see if my mom has her recipe....

three rexer on December 09, 2011:

wooo yami

anonymous on December 06, 2011:

My aunt, Mary, started making a 7-up cake for my birthday when I was about 12 years old. It became my favorite. Now, I'll be 43 in two weeks and still love it. Of course, I have to make it for myself since Aunt Mary lives about 1800 miles from me. But, I will enjoy it with the memories of the birthdays she made better for me.

theSEOmama on December 04, 2011:

Hmm, never tried a soda, or 7-up recipe. Not even sure if I've ever tasted one, but I've always been curious. Maybe I'll try one of these recipes out soon!

queen2010 on December 04, 2011:

I like reading all you recipe because I love cooking a lot

anonymous on December 01, 2011:

This is the first time I've ever heard of using 7-up in a cake and it sound delicious. I'm going to give it a try to let my family be the testers.

seosmm on November 25, 2011:

Good info and very nice lens!

Mary Beth Granger from O'Fallon, Missouri, USA on November 24, 2011:

Happy Thanksgiving to you Blessed.

Renaissance Woman from Colorado on November 24, 2011:

7-up in recipes is new to me. I will definitely try one or more of these recipes. Thanks!

Gayle Dowell from Kansas on November 24, 2011:

Now I've never used 7-Up in a cake recipe before. I'll have to try this. Happy Thanksgiving and a squid angel blessing too!

Heather Burns from Wexford, Ireland on November 24, 2011:

Yummy! Happy Thanksgiving!

anonymous on November 19, 2011:

I really enjoyed this lens. Very informative. Thanks for sharing. Squid-liked!

BestToysReviews on November 05, 2011:

I don't have any 7-up cake recipe. I didn't even know you can make one with it

BestToysReviews on November 05, 2011:

I don't have any 7-up cake recipe. I didn't even know you can make one with it

Shari O'Leary from Minnesota on October 28, 2011:

Don't have my own recipe. A few of these look quite awesome though. Great lens!

anonymous on October 17, 2011:

don't have a recipe, just a big fan on eating it! earned a 'thumbs up' from me.

anonymous on October 07, 2011:

&-up cake is one of my favorites, When we have a Bake sale at my church , I bake about 3,,,,,,,, I use swan cake flour ,,,,,,, this cake is the best ever, everyone loves, doesn't need any frosting at all,

Wendy Leanne from Texas on October 06, 2011:

I've never had 7-up cake before, though I've known about it for years. Around here Coca-Cola cake recipes are more popular. You created a super nice lens that looks great, has a ton of information, and features really nifty products (I really like that apron).

ArtformTheHeart on September 20, 2011:

I have never heard of this before but will definitely have to give your recipes a try!!

anonymous on September 13, 2011:

How cool is this? Thanks for sharing these recipes, I am saving them to try. I can't wait to share this bit of tasty history.

Lenskeeper on August 28, 2011:

These recipes look great. I'm especially going to try to pineapple frosting!

LeopoldBlatt on August 20, 2011:

What a great idea for a cake! The recipe might be as old as I am but I had never heard of it before. I will give it a go.

anaamhussain on August 16, 2011:

Wow I have never heard of 7up cake before.Must try this. Great lens :)

RecipePublishing on August 10, 2011:

So cute.

unqedomain on August 08, 2011:

Thank you for sharing the 7-up secret for the cake , I will try it.

RecipePublishing on August 05, 2011:

This is such a nice lens!

ultimapalabra on August 01, 2011:

Interesting! I only tried baking with Coke yet.

laki2lav on July 31, 2011:

I never tried any of those cakes. But they look very good.

The Great Conve on July 29, 2011:

I haven't had one of these in YEARS. Thank you so much!

mnewhall lm on July 13, 2011:

Great lens. How about some DIET 7-Up recipes??

AsianMarketplace on July 09, 2011:

I wouldn't know there are 7-up recipes before visiting your lens. Now i know

CherisSweetShoppe on July 06, 2011:

These are great summer recipes=p

Tracy Smith from Maryville, TN on July 01, 2011:

Sounds yummy. I'll have to give these a try.

kimbesa from USA on June 12, 2011:

Classy...I love these cakes. Thanks!

bames24 lm on June 10, 2011:

I will definitely try the 7-up pound cake for sure :) great lens

ellagis on June 07, 2011:

what an unusual series of receipes! I'll try them, or... I'll make a mess in my kitchen :D

Linda Hahn from California on May 25, 2011:

Yes I do, a true kitchen disaster. Hold for lensrolling - Rainbow Cake.

Yvonne L B (author) from Covington, LA on May 25, 2011:

@QuinnWolf LM: I think that any clear lemon-lime type carbonated "un-cola" should work. Thanks for the comment.

QuinnWolf LM on May 25, 2011:

Never heard of this recipe but will have to give it a tray as I love 7-up. I wonder if it would be possible to substiture Mountain Dew for 7-up.

anonymous on May 24, 2011:

Love your pound cake recipe, it is different.

UKGhostwriter on May 19, 2011:

Brilliant! - well done!

promotional-coupons-codes on May 16, 2011:

I have never heard of soda cake but definitely going to try once

Robert T Gasperson from South Carolina on May 08, 2011:

Mmmmmm. These sound so good. I made a lens about what you can do with coke zero. There is a great cake recipe using Coke zero. Who knew soda could be so useful.

ludyshubs on April 30, 2011:

I had never heard of 7-up cakes. I will try! Thank you for the recipes.

mattseefood lm on April 28, 2011:

Really interesting! We usually put some 7-up in some pork stew dishes :) Works great as a sweetener!

careermom on April 16, 2011:

Brings back childhood memories. My mom made them for family reunions

anonymous on April 16, 2011:

@ljm63: just wanted to let you know that the 7 - up cake is the best ever, I make several for my church when we have our bake sale , it is a winner ,,, as a matter of fact I have 3 to make today for our bake sale tomorrow,

anonymous on April 16, 2011:

@ljm63: just wanted to let you know that the 7 - up cake is the best ever, I make several for my church when we have our bake sale , it is a winner ,,, as a matter of fact I have 3 to make today for our bake sale tomorrow,

ljm63 on April 02, 2011:

I will definitely try one! I've heard of them, but never had one, now I will!

Philippians468 on March 30, 2011:

wow i never knew we could use 7-up to substitute water! the commercial is hilarious! cheers

Positivevibestechnician on March 23, 2011:

I have never heard of using 7up as a substitute that's why i love reading these lenses!!

tssfacts on March 17, 2011:

I haven't had one of these in ages. You have made me want to go and bake one right now!. Great job. Blessed by a SquidAngel. Happy St. Paddy's Day.

DogToys LM on February 21, 2011:

Never heard of this before.

jackieb99 on February 20, 2011:

No, but I'm going to try yours!

xenoc on February 09, 2011:

love to try it..must be tasty..thanks for the recipe..

jojokaya lm on January 26, 2011:

I would love to try 7-up cake recipes. Thanks for sharing

photofk3 on January 19, 2011:

I love 7-up. I would love to try a 7-up cake recipe, too.

anonymous on January 18, 2011:

I know this is probably a silly question, but when it says flour is that all purpose or self rising? I can never figure that out!

Sharon Berry from Michigan on January 13, 2011:

I love all the recipes and can't wait to try the pineapple frosting. Great lens.

Yvonne L B (author) from Covington, LA on January 12, 2011:

@anonymous: You're welcome!

Yvonne L B (author) from Covington, LA on January 12, 2011:

@miaponzo: I don't see why not. Try it and see how it tastes. You'll have to figure out the conversion on the sugar vs stevia.

Yvonne L B (author) from Covington, LA on January 12, 2011:

@JVandewalker LM: I think any carbonated lemon-lime flavored soft drink would work.

miaponzo on December 28, 2010:

Can we use Stevia and diet 7 up instead?

JVandewalker LM on December 19, 2010:

Does 7-up even exist anymore? I can never find it in my area. Not even at wal-mart. Can you substitute sprite instead?

anonymous on December 15, 2010:

A very big and I mean BIG mistake was made when 7 UP changed their formula for original 7 UP. It was bad enough when Coke tried to come up with their formula change and produced Pepsi in a Coke can. What a disaster that was and then 7 UP went and changed their formula. Now you have Sprite in a 7 UP can. Can you bring back original 7 UP and call it 7 UP Classic. 7 UP cakes and Gin and 7 UP drinks would taste much better. Thanks for letting me thump my chest and get it out in the open. Jerry L. Bird Charleston SC. 843-769-6217...... ;>)~

slackira on December 15, 2010:

Amazing lens. I had never before heard of a &-up cake.

TheCountrySignS on December 12, 2010:

I can't wait to try these recipes. I have never made a 7-up cake before. Thanks for all of the great recipes.

Sami4u LM on December 09, 2010:


Great 7-up Recipes Blessed :)

anonymous on December 09, 2010:

I never knew there were so much 7-up recipes, I do not know if I am going to try them out? Great job on the lens. Very green, Looove it!

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