I follow the reddit forum r/1200isplenty, basically fellow MFP users counting calories, supporting each other and exchanging recipes.
One recent fads of this forum is the so-called "diet soda cake" recipe : you mix one box of any brand of cake mix with a carbonated diet soda of any brand, instead of eggs and butter usually recommended. Because it's carbonated, the fluid will cause the dough to rise and expand when heated. You then put it in the oven and voilà, a delicious cake with half the calories of the normal version.
Did anyone use this hack to make a cake ? Was the result worth it ?
Thanks in advance