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post #16 of 21
I am sure your cake will be terrific tina they always are.....
post #17 of 21
Hey TC...

I would love the recipe for that cake as well!! (no rush) Have you ever tried the MM Fluff with any other flavor Jam?? I wold have never thought to use Fluff!

THANKS! T
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post #18 of 21
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I promise I will post the recipe tomorrow ok thumbs_up.gif I'm decorating it today! Hopefully I'll have pics by Sunday evening! Pray for me!!! I need help getting this cake smooth!!!!! icon_biggrin.gif

I PROMISE I'LL POST THE RECIPE TOMORROW!
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post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by SquirrellyCakes

2Cakes, it does get scarey sometimes, doesn't it? Well at least it wasn't potato salad, haha!
I live in fear of offending anyone with these comments and that really isn't my intention. I would hate to see anyone hit with a lawsuit over anything like this.
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You are absolutely right, it does get scarey and especially when you really don't know the person all that well and to try to sample one the their cakes or desserts or anything containing dairy products. SquirrellyCakes, thanks for expressing your concerns, greatly appreciated. Hugs! icon_smile.gif
post #20 of 21
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TO: Wandy27 & Scoobam.......

Here is the recipe for the cake:

Filling:
1-8oz pkg cream cheese softened
1 small jar MMFluff
1 small jar strawberry jam

Mix togther. But not too much or you'll get liquid.

Strawberry Creme' Cake:

1 strawberry cake mix
1 can strawberry nectar
3 eggs
1/4 cup vegetable oil

Mix all the above ingredients together. Bake cakes at 350* till done.

The cakes didn't rise as well as the usual cakes I makel. I made 8", 12", 16" in 3" cake pans. The 8" rose perfect. The 12" didn't rise much at all. It rose only to 2". I did that one over & added more batter. I thought it might cook over but it didn't. It rose only to the top of the pan. The 16" rose fine because I added more batter to that too. We went ahead & torted the 12" that didn't rise just so we could add filling & taste it. The cake was very wet but cooked. I wasn't thrilled w/ it. The cream cheese never mixed w/ the jam & MM fluff. It had little chunks of cream cheese in the filling. I even whipped the cream cheese before adding the other stuff. Since we couldn't use cream cheese because it wouldn't stay fresh we used the filling mixture w/out it. It tasted great. Out of 5 points I'd give this cake a 2.

I think the wet was from the strawberry nectar. If you try it don't add the whole can of nectar.

OH.. I did make a smaller cake w/ pineapple & cocount nectar & added coconut flavoring. It was delicious!!! I recommend that cake!! Very tasty!! It would taste great w/ a pineapple filling! YUMMY!!
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post #21 of 21
Hi Turtlelady,
Some things don't mix up well unless you change the order you mix them in. I think I would try it a few different ways. Leave the cream cheese to come to room temperature and then beat it really well. Try mixing in the Fluff first before adding the jam. Still chunky? Well then try mixing the Fluff with the jam and then adding it to the cream cheese. Still chunky? Then try the jam whipped up into the cream cheese before adding the Fluff. Still doesn't work? Haha omit the darn cream cheese, haha!
I have a few recipes like that where if you mix in a certain order, either the cream cheese or shortening does that. Very annoying!
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