Discontinued Pillsbury Orange cake mix (1955)
Crystals made from real oranges are right in this new mix. An entirely new delight in a cake! Real fresh fruit flavor, and you don’t squeeze an orange or grate a rind. Country-fresh eggs are blended into the mix, too. Milk is all you add.
Vintage chocolate malt cake mix from Betty Crocker (1955)
There’s real malted milk in this new cake mix from our Betty Crocker kitchens. There’s creamy-soft vegetable shortening. There’s Softasilk Cake Flour. And there’s something more — our promise that you’ll bake a perfect cake — a sweet ‘n light ‘n lovely cake — a brand-new kind of chocolate flavor cake — every single time you bake. Don’t wait to try it!
Old Duncan Hines burnt sugar cake mix (1955)
Discovered in New England by Duncan Hines… unforgettable flavor you can match in this caramel-y Burnt Sugar Cake !
Honest-to-goodness Burnt Sugar Cake . . . and only Duncan Hines brings you this old-fashioned favorite in a mix! The secret is real caramel syrup made from pure sugar, melted and slowly simmered for hours to perfect caramel-y richness then sealed in an air-tight packet at the peak of its goodness. Syrup enough for your frosting, too. Try it tonight.
Peanut Delight discontinued cake mix flavor (1955)
There’s real peanut butter to bring a gentle, elusive and much-liked flavor to this unusual cake mix. A Betty Crocker ‘first ever anywhere.’ Be the first in your group to serve it. It’s easy and so much fun!
Vintage Pillsbury Caramel flavor cake mix (1956)
At last from a mix! The really moist, old-fashioned kind you probably haven’t tasted in years.
… Rich and true in flavor… moist and tender as can be. And for the first time, this once “tricky” cake is now so easy. No sugar to caramelize. Nothing of the kind.
You merely add milk to the new Pillsbury caramel cake mix. Even the country fresh eggs are blended right into this mix.
Old-fashioned Honey Spice cake mix from Betty Crocker (1956)
Discontinued 1950s Betty Crocker Black Walnut cake mix (1958)
Country Kitchen white cake mix (1960)
This box of old Betty Crocker discontinued cake mix was popularly used to make a Pink Azalea Cake — a white cake layer colored pink with cherry juice, covered with a pink frosting that’s studded with bits of chopped cherries. (Add shredded coconut and silver dragee/edible pearls as decorations, if desired.)
Pink lemonade angel cake & frosting (1961)
Looks like fun, tastes like a party: All pink and lemony, this high-flying angel helps make any party more fun than a circus.
It’s cool and tart with a refreshing taste like no angel ever brought you before. Bakes up extra high and light because the whites of 14.4 eggs are right in the mix. What a difference the extra egg white makes!
Two new Pillsbury mixes make this showpiece possible — Pink Lemonade Angel Food Cake Mix and Pink Lemonade Fluffy Frosting Mix. Buy them and conquer. Remember, nothing says lovin’ like something from the oven — and Pillsbury says it best!
Duncan Hines Butterscotch Crunch – Dutch Topping Cake Mix (1962)
Cake with a topping you bake right on… tender cake, crunchy butterscotch-almond topping!
A cake you take from your oven all covered with a thick, crunchy crust of butterscotch and toasted almonds. Ready to eat cozy-warm, like the Pennsylvania Dutch do. Wonderful good! One of three Dutch-topping cake mixes, exclusively from Duncan Hines.
Vintage flavors: Butterscotch crunch, apple n’ spice, cinnamon raisin
Toffee cake mix (1962)
Have you tasted English toffee? We’ve matched the flavor of toffee and lavishly marbled it through a new rich cake. You’ll find the same good flavor in a creamy-smooth frosting… You’ll like them, and so will your candy-loving children.
Vintage Duncan Hines Early American cake mix (1963)
These chewy good cakes and tall frosty glasses of Nestle’s Quik are the go-togethers of the summer! … tastes great with any of Duncan Hines wonderful fruit and nut-filled Early American cakes.
Cake mix flavors: Apple raisin, Butter pecan, Fudge nut, Cherry almond, Date nut, Orange
Discontinued Pillsbury Bundt cake mixes with filling inside (1963)
Some long-lost cake flavors from 1965
Discontinued vintage Pillsbury “Flavormoist” varieties include: Banana, Lemon creme, Vienna-style, Pineapple, Lord Baltimore, Double Dutch, Applesauce Spice, Bavarian Creme, Swiss-Style, Orange, Old-fashioned spice, Mocha fudge & Pink Lemonade
Fudge macaroon cake mix & frosting (1966)
Really something else! Wild new look… wild new flavor. Rich fudge cake swirled with chewy macaroon. Real coconut bits in fudge frosting. My man loves it. yours? Pillsbury’s new Fudge Macaroon cake and frosting.
Discontinued vintage Betty Crocker Sunkist Orange cake mix (1968)
Retro ’60s Betty Crocker Dole Pineapple cake mix (1969)
Strawberry Create-A-Cake mix (1971)
Pillsbury introduces the Create-A-Cake mix for people who are wild about strawberries.
…Now the cake mix specially made to let you be creative gives you a great new flavor — along with the freedom to add fruit or frosting mix to make every cake your own creation.
Now, an orchard of upside-downs from Betty Crocker. (1971)
Take your pick. Topping, fruit and a special cake mix to hold the juiciness. Three delicious, easy-to-fix desserts. The hardest part is making up your mind.
— Apple cinnamon upside-down cake mix & topping
— Cherry upside-down cake mix & topping
— Pineapple upside-down cake mix & topping (this one is still around)
Betty Crocker vintage Snackin’ Cake (1970s)
Vintage Pillsbury Fruit N Crunch snack and dessert cake mix (1972)
The Snack and Dessert Cake that gives you cake mix, real fruit filling and crunchy topping in one box!
Pillsbury’s new Fruit ‘n Crunch has what it takes to make it your family’s all-time favorite — a delicious cake base, real fruit filling and a rich, crunchy topping. All together — in one box! Spread the cake base in an 8-inch square pan, cover with fruit, sprinkle with topping. Bake.
And just like that you’ve got a snack cake that makes a great dessert. And a terrific dessert that makes a great snack. Neat enough to eat with your fingers. Fancy enough to eat with a fork. Stock up on all three Fruit ‘n Crunch flavors: Cherry, Apple and Blueberry. At your grocer’s now!
Retro 70s Strawberry ‘n Cream Betty Crocker cake mix flavor (1973)
Strawberry n Cream. Another Betty Crocker cake with moistness plus rich body. Strawberry Cream whipped frosting you whip for a lighter texture and taste.
Retro discontinued Stir n Frost cake mix (1976)
Introducing Stir ‘n Frost. It’s everything you see on this page. The cake mix, the frosting, even the pan. Everything.
Four flavors: Yellow cake with chocolate frosting, chocolate cake with chocolate frosting, spice cake with vanilla frosting and lemon cake with lemon frosting
Duncan Hines Moist & Easy snack cake mix (1976)
Flavors: Banana nut, double chocolate chip & spicy apple-raisin
Chocolate pudding cake & Boston Cream pie mix (1976)
Chocolate flavor pudding cake mix: Warm tender cake, baked in rich pudding sauce. Comes in chocolate and lemon flavors.
Boston cream pie mix: Everything you need in one package. Yellow cake, creamy custard cake filling, and rich chocolate icing.
Duncan Hines Sour Cream Chocolate discontinued cake mix (1977)
Retro Betty Crocker chocolate chip cake mix & canned frosting (1982)
Unbelievable Bundt brand ring cake mixes (1987)
Bundt cake varieties: Black forest cherry, pineapple creme, tunnel of fudge, Boston cream and more
Betty Crocker MicroRave cake mix (1989)
Bonus: Frosting mixes you don’t see anymore (1959)
Betty Crocker cherry fluff frosting mix & chocolate malt flavor frosting mix
Vintage discontinued Minute Man Instant Frosting (1955)
MORE GOOD STUFF: 6 dessert recipes made with Duncan Hines cake mix (1978)