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You Can't Buy These 19 Boxed Cake Mix Flavors Anymore
Sunkist Orange
This Betty Crocker cake mix from the 1960s boasted an orange hue and featured dehydrated orange zest and citric acid, infusing the cake with a bright, tangy flavor.
Dutch Topping
Duncan Hines Dutch topping cake mixes featured a separate packet of crunchy streusel topping that transformed a simple cake into a textural and flavorful delight.
The Butterscotch Crunch, Apple N' Spice, and cinnamon raisin flavors each had their fans. Sadly, they haven’t been around since the 1960s.
Chocolate Malt
This Betty Crocker mix from 1956 offered a delightful balance between rich cocoa and creamy malt. It captivated taste buds by offering a unique flavor in every bite.
Honey Spice
In the early '60s, fall wasn't complete without Betty Crocker's honey spice cake mix. It was a versatile cake with notes of cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, ginger, and honey.
Applesauce Raisin
This Duncan Hines's cake mix was sold from 1961 through the '80s. Applesauce and raisins were key ingredients and made for a delightful surprise in every mouthful.