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post #76 of 434
I made the pumpkin recipe with the pumpkin spice creamer and it came out really good. I think this is going to be my recipe for everything from now on.
post #77 of 434
Are most of you using the 1 cup of milk and butter, or the 2 cups of milk/shortening recipe?
post #78 of 434
I've only made it with the 1 cup of milk and butter instead of shortening.
post #79 of 434
i've only done 3/4 creamer, butter and egg white variation.
i'm going to ditch the office one day this week and try making it with lemon.
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post #80 of 434
Best thread ever! How can I copy or save these posts? I saved the original recipe to favorites, but how can I save the variations posted here without retyping everything?
post #81 of 434
I've been using the 2 1/2 cups milk. With the pumpkin spice creamer I used 1 1/2 cups milk and 1 cup of creamer and I used butter. With the almond flavor I used shortening. I don't know if I could tell the difference from using butter or shortening. So far I have only used egg whites, not whole eggs.
post #82 of 434
Thanks so much for this post. I tried it Saturday, as per the OP, and it was great. Family and neighbors loved it. I got 17 cupcakes and 7 8" rounds. Had one cup cake last night around 1am (hahaha) and it was still great! I'll try some mods to the recipe next, just to see. Always looking for a good white cake.

Also, I torted one cake and tried MacsMom's canoli filling, yum!

Thanks all!
post #83 of 434
correction, 2 8" rounds.
post #84 of 434
This is awesome...I wil be trying this recipe for sure!
post #85 of 434
luddroth,

i save threads by adding them to my favorites for websites.
the favorites that give you a short cut to any website you visit alot.
does that make sense? does anyone else know an easier way?
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post #86 of 434
just click on 'watch topic' on the bottom left underneath the number of pages for this topic.
post #87 of 434
Another way to "copy" the variations without retyping is to cut and paste them (highlight the recipes and right click or ctrl/c) and then save it or copy it (ctrl/v)in notepad...then you could print them out if you'd like.
post #88 of 434
Thanks, guys. Deb, for some reason the edit functions don't work from the forums for me. When I try to save or print, I get the last thing I copied/saved from somewhere else and not the info I want from CC forum. You can highlight, copy, and save from here, huh?
post #89 of 434
I made the op's recipe (using egg whites and shortening) and subbing strawberry puree for some of the milk and sour cream. I added all but about a 1/4 cup of a 16oz container of sour cream, 1.5 cups of milk, and the strawberry puree (I think it was about 1.5 cups). It was great. Very moist. I filled the layers with fresh sliced strawerries and strawberry buttercream. Then iced with vanilla buttercream. Thought it turned out great!
post #90 of 434
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Originally Posted by luddroth

Thanks, guys. Deb, for some reason the edit functions don't work from the forums for me. When I try to save or print, I get the last thing I copied/saved from somewhere else and not the info I want from CC forum. You can highlight, copy, and save from here, huh?



i do it all the time and save it on a word doc.
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