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post #16 of 24
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Ok guys how's everyone doing? Lol getting crazy holiday busy yet? I think a good white cake recipe is very important so I'm thinking about extending this bake off what do u all think? I was thinking something like recipes n by the 14th u think that's tooo long? Then final rusults in by dec 30th? Need some input. Then we go back to monthly after that. Id really like this to be big and def don't want ppl not being able to participate due to time crunch especially cuz u have to bake two!

K8memphis- thank u for that slyvia tweak ill def give it a try next time cuz I luv her recipe just hate the shrinkage lol!

Maddie90- yay! Alwaya want opions on cake. If u can please write ur review and tuck it away somewhere safe then post when I start a feedback thread after all the recipes have been submitted oh and if u can please take a pic of the crumb! Thank u so much for participating and u can check out previous bake-offs to see the winners and overall opions

Vikki- thanks for that! Saves me some searching for sure!
post #17 of 24
I just wanted to put my 2 cents in about sylvia's yellow cake. I have had it shrink on occasion too, usually the top of it. First be really sure you don't over bake it. I find that I almost have to force myself to take it out of the oven about a minute before I think it should be done. Also make sure you incorporate the egg whites properly. I once read somewhere that the reason cakes shrink at the top was from egg whites being folded in. I have no idea if this was true. but I did a google search on how to fold properly, and the shrinking stopped. I don't know if that was the reason or not! ALSO even though I loved her old recipe, I was starting to find it a little dry. So I decided to try the new recipe (modified) I found that adding about 3 oz of milk to the recipe (she says to add 8 oz) was just about right. I just sort of mixed it up with the sour cream and added it together. It really does make the cake more moist. The first time I tried 6 oz of milk. The cakes was REALLY moist and tasted great, but the texture started to get a little weird.
post #18 of 24
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Originally Posted by springlakecake

ALSO even though I loved her old recipe, I was starting to find it a little dry. So I decided to try the new recipe (modified) I found that adding about 3 oz of milk to the recipe (she says to add 8 oz) was just about right. I just sort of mixed it up with the sour cream and added it together. It really does make the cake more moist. The first time I tried 6 oz of milk. The cakes was REALLY moist and tasted great, but the texture started to get a little weird.



I had the same experience with this cake. I finally settled on adding 2 oz of milk.
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post #19 of 24
Sooo...I've been a lurker and trying the recipes, but not posting any results yet. Has this stopped, or is it going to continue on? I haven't seen a new post for a new scratch-off yet, so was just wondering. If you decide to do a carrot cake...I have a really good recipe I'd like to share.....
post #20 of 24
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Originally Posted by Gerle

Sooo...I've been a lurker and trying the recipes, but not posting any results yet. Has this stopped, or is it going to continue on? I haven't seen a new post for a new scratch-off yet, so was just wondering. If you decide to do a carrot cake...I have a really good recipe I'd like to share.....



Last I thought, we were doing white cakes, but the final recipe list hasn't been post (to my knowledge). I was really looking forward to this, but I guess I'll be making a spice or butternut cake for Thanksgiving, so for time time being, I'm out. I'll check back after Thanksgiving icon_biggrin.gif.
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post #21 of 24
I'm still interested in participating. In the above post, OP said the recipes had to be in by the 14th; I am assuming you meant November 14th? Do you feel we have enough recipes from which to choose? I've got my go to chocolate cake and yellow cake from prior scratch-offs and really want a go to white one as well.
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post #22 of 24
I'd like to add the White on White Buttermilk Cake. It is in the recipe section somewhere. It has a yellowish cast to it due to the lot of butter in it, but it is very tender and moist.
post #23 of 24
The white on white cake was actually submitted in the yellow cake scratch off. I believe it came in second place. In my opinion, it's the best tasting cake out there and is now my go-to vanilla cake.
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post #24 of 24
Thread Starter 
heres the link to the bake off sorry for the delay!

http://cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopicp-7001416.html#7001416
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