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post #16 of 178
Do you HAVE to use a white cake mix or can you use a yellow cake mix? Or even the DH butter cake mix?
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post #17 of 178
This recipe is FANTASTIC with raspberry filling! It's my favorite.

I have not tried it with yellow cake, but I'm sure you could. The chocolate variation calls for 6 whole eggs instead of 8 egg whites - you could probably do the same thing with the yellow cake.
post #18 of 178
Try it with lemon curd filling and a lemon buttercream......it's verrrrrrry good!!
post #19 of 178
errr... can someone tell me what is white cake mix and yellow cake mix? I dont think I have seen it on the shelves here... and what can I use to substitute. The recipe sure sounds fab.
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post #20 of 178
OMG you mean theres a chocolate version?? I LOVE this cake. Your house smells amazing when your making it and suddenly everyone comes out of the woodwork looking to catch a piece straight out of the oven. icon_lol.gif
post #21 of 178
I have made this cake twice now - first time with chocolate cream cheese icing and filling. Yesterday with strawberry filling and whipped icing. Both times it was just delicious!! The cake comes out sooo moist. I'll definitely have to try the chocolate version - maybe with a cherry filling... hmmmmm
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post #22 of 178
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Originally Posted by swillshaz

errr... can someone tell me what is white cake mix and yellow cake mix? I dont think I have seen it on the shelves here... and what can I use to substitute. The recipe sure sounds fab.



I believe that the reference is to the box cake mixes such as Duncan Hines or Pillsbury, Betty Crocker, etc. Where are you from?
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post #23 of 178
ohhh that sounds soo good! Think I have to try it tonight!!
post #24 of 178
This recipe is FANTASTIC!! Everyone raves about it (making me look like a true cake hero!) icon_wink.gif I tweak it a tad more, but I like the variations I've heard here. Also, I did notice that when I bake it in Wilton pans, it browns considerably more, but when I bake it in MagicLine pans it gets a very light golden color rather than brown.
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post #25 of 178
This is the cake recipe I use for my cakes. It is wonderful. I add a little apple pie spice to the chocolate recipe. It makes it a very unique cake. Wonderful with buttercream or whipped icing.
post #26 of 178
Sounds wonderful my grandfather's 80th birthday is next Tuesday and I was looking for a fabulous recipe for his special day. Thanks!! icon_biggrin.gif
post #27 of 178
I'm wondering what variations of this cake y'all have done -- I've heard using a yellow box mix with whole eggs (how many?) What other variations are there?
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post #28 of 178
I use this also.. all variations are good. I have done it with all kinds of mixes also. There is a lemon variation and a strawberry one that I know of.. I am sure there is more I am not thinking of. Love it!
post #29 of 178
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Originally Posted by bonnscakesAZ

I use this also.. all variations are good. I have done it with all kinds of mixes also. There is a lemon variation and a strawberry one that I know of.. I am sure there is more I am not thinking of. Love it!

Where can I access those versions??????
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post #30 of 178
Ok the cupcakes I have to do for tomorrow are going to be my experiment batch This recipe sounds so AWESOME. I can't wait to try it. Off to the store I go to get sour cream.
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