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post #46 of 63
Thank you, made a topsy turvy cake the flavor was wonderful. I may need to stick to a pund cake next time. I have a request for February another topsy Turvey cake can you suggest a couple of dense cakes? Or refer me to a link or page. Thank you so much..
post #47 of 63
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What brand white chocolate do you use? How hard is it to do? How would I know how much I would need to cover a 6, 8, 10 round cake.
post #48 of 63
I used Cadbury Dream white chocolate. I have also used Nestles Milky Bar white chocolate.
The method is easy and basically the same as
InspiredByMichelle making ganache on YouTube . She explains it much better than I could write in a few sentences for you. See how you go. She has all chocolates on this too. Well worth watching. : )
post #49 of 63

I'm from the UK and managed to get USA Betty Crocker Super Moist Strawberry Cake Mix. It says the Pudding is in the Cake Mix. Should I still add a packet of Pudding?

post #50 of 63
No. I really dislike adding pudding to any cake mix. Mixes are bad enough and the pudding mix just makes them rubbery and creepy.
post #51 of 63
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Originally Posted by Sim108 View Post
 

I'm from the UK and managed to get USA Betty Crocker Super Moist Strawberry Cake Mix. It says the Pudding is in the Cake Mix. Should I still add a packet of Pudding?

 

 

no--i think you'll be fine to use the cake mix as is without adding pudding--

 

enjoy your cake & take care

 

happy baking to you

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post #52 of 63
Lol. A box mix is no more unhealthy than a scratch cake.
post #53 of 63
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I wouldn't use a box mix, they are so unhealthy. I started making my own cakes from scratch with my kitchenaid stand mixer...its worth it :):-D

 

I have been making cakes from scratch for over 35 years. I just thought I'd have a bit of fun with some Cake Box Mixes :)

Moderation is the key to many things in life. I don't plan to eat them on a daily or weekly bases. 

post #54 of 63
To make my cakes fluffier I make sure to seriously whip my eggs before anything gets put in it.icon_smile.gif
post #55 of 63
I use cake box but I use milk intend of water and butter intend of oil and add half of box of budding , it work great for my cakes
post #56 of 63
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I use cake mix but insted of watte rI like to use milk and insted on oil I use butter, that work for me and my cakes .
post #57 of 63

I've had great luck with using premade snack pack puddings. Especially Fudge added in a chocolate cake. Gives moisture and that much more chocolate flavor.

post #58 of 63
So it doesn't make it heavy or stodgy. I would have thought you might need to take some of the liquid ingredient out. Would that be correct? If so what size cake mix & pudding do you use? What special tweeks do you make to allow for this.?icon_smile.gif
post #59 of 63
I use DH mix, adding a box of instant pudding mix and 2 tbl of mayo. Besides that I use the directions on the box. Next time I bake I plan to try some suggestions above.
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post #60 of 63
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I use cake box but I use milk intend of water and butter intend of oil and add half of box of budding , it work great for my cakes

 

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