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post #16 of 18
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Originally Posted by DaisyLisa17 View Post

My pudding extender is similar to pastryjens...

Chocolate cake mix (Devils Food...yum)
1 box vanilla pudding
1 cup milk
3 eggs
2/3 c oil

Its easy and I've never had someone who didnt like it! Its delicious!

 

Hi Daisy!

 

I'm new at this and I have a question regarding your pudding recipe: Are the ingredients you've listed in addition to what the box tells you to do, or do you use these ingredients instead of what's listed on the box?

 

Thank you :D

post #17 of 18

To a basic recipe, I add pudding mix (1/2 small bx) + sour cream (1/4 cup) + dream whip (1/2 pouch) + melted choc (1/3 cup) (I add white to any flavor other than choc cake) or grated Bakers (block choc) = moist cake

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post #18 of 18
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Originally Posted by gscout73 View Post
 

To a basic recipe, I add pudding mix (1/2 small bx) + sour cream (1/4 cup) + dream whip (1/2 pouch) + melted choc (1/3 cup) (I add white to any flavor other than choc cake) or grated Bakers (block choc) = moist cake


I also always use extra large eggs.

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