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Help! Pillsbury or Duncan Hines

post #1 of 4
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I'm in the middle of baking a 12,10,8 WASC cake and one of my bags of Duncan Hines was ripped, so it's either I turn my oven off and run to store OR I have a Pillsbury I can use.. But I have never used it before.. I have the right about of DH to bake my 10, 12in but not my 8.. Will it be noticeable if I use Pillsbury? I really hate to go to store..ERR

 

 

Thank you in advance for any advice..icon_smile.gif

post #2 of 4

Hi Shelby, sorry to hear your issue. I can't help you much on this question but I did hear Bakemark had Duncan Hines in 50# bags now so you don't have to run to the store for little boxes anymore. Good Luck.

post #3 of 4

No it will not make a difference.  The sour cream and almond flavoring will mask that.  No need to stop baking.

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Virginia 323.253.8213
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He is the man of my dreams, my prince; He gives me the desires of my heart, He completes me. His name is Jesus
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Thank you, Pillsbury it is for now..

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