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post #136 of 178
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Originally Posted by CakeBaker

Yes, DH new formula is bad news with this recipe -- turns out all dry and crumbly. Use Betty Crocker or in a pinch, Pillsbury.



That really does explain it. I love this recipe but all of a sudden my last few batches seemed drier than normal and I know I make it the same way all the time. Thanks for the heads up, I'll have to try Betty Crocker.
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post #137 of 178
Is this cake able to be sculpted???
post #138 of 178
icon_biggrin.gif my husband thought this was the best cake he had ever eaten, great
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post #139 of 178
Would this recipe work in a sports ball pan?
post #140 of 178
Yes, you can sculpt with it- it's what I used for my football cake! I can't say about the sports ball pan for sure since I don't have one, but I don't know why it wouldn't work with it. As far as the different flavors, I'm pretty sure there are some good methods mentioned in this thread...
post #141 of 178
Okay, I just saved this recipe in my favs. I really want to make it for myself and use my recipe for fresh raspberry filling. The combination than that, except maybe fresh blackberry filling. Oh, maybe a custard and fresh strawberry filling. Is it dense enough to carve?


Amy
post #142 of 178
Yes, it is.
post #143 of 178
For those of you who have made cupcakes, do you cook it the same amount of time as regular cupcakes, and could someone give me advice as to how to fill the cupcakes with the fillings? Thank you in advance....
post #144 of 178
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Originally Posted by lizzard14

For those of you who have made cupcakes, do you cook it the same amount of time as regular cupcakes, and could someone give me advice as to how to fill the cupcakes with the fillings? Thank you in advance....



I'd say cook them about the same time as regular cupcakes, to fill: I use a number 12 tip and go through the top!
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post #145 of 178
Thank you rhopar33, I appreciate it very, very much.
post #146 of 178
Oh, one more thing....What all kinds of fillings taste good with this cake? I'm going to be making cupcakes for the tax lady, her mom, and the folks at Physical Therapy and I thought I'd make an assortment. So Please any ideas would be great. I got the raspberry one from the beginnning of the post, but what would be some more good ones?
post #147 of 178
i think a chocolate ganach filling, maybe even with some crushed up nuts would be good. or maybe apricot. i think anything since it's a white cake would go well.
post #148 of 178
Thank you smashcakes. It all sounds sooo yummy!
post #149 of 178
Ummm, sounds yummy!!
post #150 of 178
I wanted to let you all know what combinations I tried with this cake, I was a busy little baker; Raspberry filling as previously mentioned is delicious, Lemon curd, fresh blackberries w/ whipped cream, cookies and cream. I also made the chocolate variation and tried it with the raspberry, cookies and cream, I made a filling of buttercream mixed with white & dark chocolate chunks mixed with lingonberries, and a raspberry & chocolate buttercream filling.
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