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post #16 of 27
I dont't have customers yet but my friends and family usually rave about the WASC with blueberry filling and my decadent chocolate with dark chocolate ganache (my personal fave).
post #17 of 27
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Originally Posted by aggiechef

It's really a simple thing to do. I'm a box mix caker so I start with a strawberry cake mix (I use DH), and substitute margarita mix for half of the water amount. I'll also grate in some lime zest for color. It's a big hit, and it's something I learned from my mother.



Thanks for sharing I will have to try that out! thumbs_up.gif
What do you use to fill & /or frost it?
post #18 of 27
Hey thanks aggie! I missthe area down around where you are! I went to college at A&M!
post #19 of 27
jovigirl - I usually use just plain buttercream (I'm a fan of the Wilton buttercream) with a little lime juice added in. I try not to play with the flavor in the buttercream because I don't want it to distract from the cake.

Misdawn - I went to the Galveston campus and I loved it. icon_smile.gif
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post #20 of 27
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Originally Posted by aggiechef

jovigirl - I usually use just plain buttercream (I'm a fan of the Wilton buttercream) with a little lime juice added in. I try not to play with the flavor in the buttercream because I don't want it to distract from the cake.



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post #21 of 27
Red velvet cake with cream cheese filling and icing Yummy

Have a great day

Breila

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Have a great day

Breila

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post #22 of 27
My clients love Duncan Hines yellow cake with Wilton recipe buttercream!!!
How easy is that?!!
Nancy
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post #23 of 27
Vanilla Bean White with SMBC.

(aggiechef, oooooh! What a neat way to use a cake mix!)
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post #24 of 27
Just as an FYI (along the same lines as the margarita mix) - I've used pina colada mix in a white cake before as well. It gives a nice flavor for those who don't like the texture of coconut but like the flavor. I actually don't get many requests for this, but I've done it a couple of times.
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post #25 of 27
I am looking for this icing my grandmother use to make. When you would cut the cake the icing would make a crackling noise . It was hard & sugary. I remember going to the church fairs & hearing that sound when they would cut you a piece of cake. She would beat her egg whites until she would turn her plate upside down & the egg whites would stick to the plate& not fall out. I do not know what she would put in the egg white. She would not cook the ingredients. Any one who would know any information please let me know. Thank you.
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post #26 of 27
I tried a white DH cake mix with a can of Bacardis mix (undiluted). My cake didn't not rise in the middle. So, I did it again...lol still flat in the middle.
Anyone who has tried this recipe know why????
post #27 of 27
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Misdawn, thank you so much...i see that you joined cc on my birthday a few years back...well, happy early CC anniversary icon_smile.gif
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