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eggs in wasc- white velvet version

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I am making the white velvet version of the wasc cake but using yellow cake/vanilla pudding/french vanilla coffee creamer instead of the white choc. version, the recipe calls for 4 egg whites, if I use whole eggs how many whole eggs would I need to use? TIA
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Never saw a white velvet wasc version... I know this post is old, but please let me know the recipe. I'm baking a white velvet this weekend & unsure of which recipe to follow.

 

Thanks!

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Hi, I have printed this recipe in the past on his site. I cannot find it now. Linking you to another site with the recipe. I hope this is what you need. He adds(in the recipe I printed from his site) 3/4 cup more cake mix flour along with the smaller versions of the cake mixes. So he is using 3 eggs. hth

 

http://www.justapinch.com/recipes/dessert/cake/buddys-white-velvet-cake.html

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Hi, I have printed this recipe in the past on his site. I cannot find it now. Linking you to another site with the recipe. I hope this is what you need. He adds(in the recipe I printed from his site) 3/4 cup more cake mix flour along with the smaller versions of the cake mixes. So he is using 3 eggs. hth

 

http://www.justapinch.com/recipes/dessert/cake/buddys-white-velvet-cake.html


That's crazy ~ this is the exact recipe I have started using :)

 

*still unsure why it's called "white velvet" when a velvet cake, like red, usually has cocoa in it. But it's a good cake & pretty much become my "go to" white cake. Thank you!!!!

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