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post #46 of 51

I love this WASC recipe did it yesterday and it came out so perfect can I use buttermilk instead of the sour cream? I like sour cream but would like deferent options

post #47 of 51
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Originally Posted by mollineau View Post

I love this WASC recipe did it yesterday and it came out so perfect can I use buttermilk instead of the sour cream? I like sour cream but would like deferent options
You can use different flavored yogurt cups.
post #48 of 51

Is the sour cream or the yogurt that make's it so nice and sponge I did the recipe from cake central came out really good but I saw one WASC recipe without the cake mix have you ever done it ? and dose it has the same sponginess thank you manddi icon_confused.gif

post #49 of 51
I'm assuming you're talking about the scratch wasc recipe; I can't answer your question as I've yet to try it.
post #50 of 51

yes it is...have not tried it with yogurt

post #51 of 51
I do a version of a doctored up box cake. I haven't tried the true wasc cake so can't say how minde stacks up against that but mine is pretty good never the less. Here you go if you care to try it.
1 box cake mix
1 box instant pudding
4 whole eggs
1/4 cup oil
1cup sour cream
1/4 cup water
2 capsfull vanilla
1 capfull butter extract
1 capfull almond extract.
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