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WASC with smaller mixes

post #1 of 7
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Hi there,

 

I loved making the WASC cake and everyone raved about it. I tried the trick of adding in the extra cake mix to make a 16.5 oz mix an 18.25 oz mix but it didn't turn out great in my opinion. The cake was dense and sticky. Does anyone have any other ideas? I felt like the WASC cake was fairly cheap to make. Does anyone have any tried and true white cake recipes that are reasonable to make too? Thanks so much!

post #2 of 7
http://cakecentral.com/t/746365/best-white-cake-recipe

I really like FromScratchSF's recipe (Michelle), there's a link in this thread to her website. She goes through the steps and the reason behind them, her BC recipe is really good too.
post #3 of 7

I have used my *original* WASC recipe with NO changes in a 9x13x2 pan and had great luck with it.  If the resulting cake is stickyt on the top just bake it a few minutes longer .  What I do is turn off the oven but let the cake 'rest' inside for another 5 minutes.

post #4 of 7

I've been adding 3 oz. per cake mix of extra dry mix [so 6 oz. total for the standard WASC recipe] and they've been turning out perfectly.

post #5 of 7
I add extra 1/3 cup from another box and just save that box for my "extra"
post #6 of 7

........ 6 oz. total for the standard WASC recipe......

 

A 'standard WASC recipe uses only one cake mix - not two :(

post #7 of 7

Not for me.  My "standard" is the 2 mix version and when I make a "half recipe" I use one mix.

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