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Lemon cake and lemon filling!

post #1 of 18
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Hello! i got an order for June... She would like a Lemon cake with lemon filling.
Is there a good boxed recipe for a lemon cake?? where in the world do i get a lemon filling/ I have never made this cake before! so, i would like to make one soon to test it out!!

thanks!
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post #2 of 18
Hello! I have no idea for the cake, but you can use lemon curd (alone) or mixed with your favorite buttercream icing to make a great filling!
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post #3 of 18
I posted this somewhere las week, I make a lemon cake just about everyweek for someone! I just use plain old cake mix (lemon flavor of course!) Bake as directed 2 -9" layers is what I ususally do. I then buy a can of lemon pie filling - (Comstock brand 21 ounces can) I use about 1/2 of the can for between the layers, and the remaining filling I mix with a small container of Cool whip. I use that to ice the top and sides. I always get rave reviews on this and it is soooo easy.
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post #4 of 18
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Originally Posted by Quadcrew

I posted this somewhere las week, I make a lemon cake just about everyweek for someone! I just use plain old cake mix (lemon flavor of course!) Bake as directed 2 -9" layers is what I ususally do. I then buy a can of lemon pie filling - (Comstock brand 21 ounces can) I use about 1/2 of the can for between the layers, and the remaining filling I mix with a small container of Cool whip. I use that to ice the top and sides. I always get rave reviews on this and it is soooo easy.



OH YUMMY!!!!!!!!!!!! OK,, BUT ONE QUESTION. I CANT USE COOL W HIP FOR TOP AND SIDES, ITS FOR AN B-DAY... BUT THE FILLING SOUNDS GOOD!!!
ILL JUST DO REGULAR BC!! OH YUMMM THANKS!!
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post #5 of 18
If there is a cake supply store near you, you can go there to get lemon pastery filling. icon_smile.gif
post #6 of 18
You could also use lemon pudding. =)
post #7 of 18
I use the DH lemon supreme cake mix and I make lemon curd from scratch from a recipe I got off the net somewhere... If you are interested, I could e-mail it to you! It's really good and a tad on the sour side- just a TAD though. It makes for a nice contrast between the sweet cake and icing. Everyone I have made it for eats every last piece.
post #8 of 18
Just a note, I did use lemon pudding in a DH yellow cake mix over the weekend and made some lemon icing to go with it (1/2 c butter, 2 tsp or so lemon juice & 3 cups powdered sugar) and put seedless raspberry jam in the center. It turned out awesome! (Sorry can't help with the lemon filling)

The pudding turned out really good though, as the lemon cake mix itself is way expensive, and the yellow cakes are twice as cheap even with buying the lemon pudding.
post #9 of 18
make a lemon curd.. its realllly good as a filling
post #10 of 18
Here the lemon cake mix is the same price as all the other ones - at super Walmart they are between .88 and .98 each! (Central Ohio)
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post #11 of 18
I've used JELLO Instant Lemon Pudding with Lemon cake and it's yummy....not too sweet.
post #12 of 18
I buy the lemon filling they sale for fillings in cakes at a cake supply/party supply store... It's about $3.99 and it will fill about 3 or 4 cakes ... it tastes really good too icon_smile.gif
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post #13 of 18
I also used the DH lemon supreme cake mix, but modified it according to the pound cake recipe on the side of the box (it adds pudding). Then I also used raspberry filling (from the cake supply store), and buttercream icing. It really is an amazing combination! I did this for my sister's wedding cake, and there wasn't a single piece left - they all said they never had anything so good!
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post #14 of 18
mmmm.....lemon cake with raspberry filling!!! Sounds delicious icon_razz.gif
post #15 of 18
Lemon and raspberry DOES sound good!!! That's now on my "to-make" list!
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