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post #16 of 23
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Thank you for trying this. So basically your cakes came out just fine with the extra pudding added to the already pudding mix.
post #17 of 23
Yup!
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post #18 of 23
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You are the best mouse! I really appreciate you taking the time to test this.
post #19 of 23
Hehe, no problem, I like baking cakes!
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post #20 of 23
I just happened to read this thread, when I started into this cake stuff I prepared a cake and added a box of pudding. The response was that even it was "good" it tasted like pudding.????? then it stroke me what I have done. Then found out in one of my books that it should only be used on cakes made from scratch and never with mixes that already contain pudding. Since then, I had no more comments of this kind on my cakes. thumbsdown.gifthumbs_up.gif
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post #21 of 23
I really think it is personal preference. I buy the cake mix with 1cup pudding already in the mix and add a package plus the sour cream and I love it. It makes it really moist and heavier. On the other hand my mother says it is too heavy and likes her cake light. You will have to ask the bride what she wantsI went to a wedding yesterday and the cake was HORRIBLE. The frosting was ok but the cake was tasted dry to me and seemed like it might have been overbaked. It made me feel really good cause hubby said my cakes taste so much better icon_biggrin.gif That sure was a nice confidence boost.
post #22 of 23
I'm going to try adding pudding to an already pudding in the mix.... I'm still waiting patiently for my CMD book....they emailed and said they sent it out..... how long does it take to get something mailed to you from Walmart.....gads....
My daughter brought me a piece of wedding cake home to try from a wedding she went to..... They don't like the buttercreme icing....complain it's tooooo sweet.....huh.... the cake she brought me...yuck on the icing...it was sooo sweet it made my teeth hurt.... I'll stick to my buttercreme... I love the taste of it... that's dawn's recipe that I use...
mmmmmmm....I'm going to try the MMF next...
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post #23 of 23
I made the red velvet cake on page 152 from the Cake Mix Doctor and added a chocolate instant pudding powder. The uncooked cake mix was very thick but turned out beautifully and my son said it was the best cake yet. I used white cake mix with pudding, chocolate pudding, sour cream etc as listed in the recipe.
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