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Does anyone know the is meant by "infused cake fillings"?
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Where did you see that? Usually it means that another flavor is added, but I can't be sure without seeing it.
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Sometimes that term is used when you poke holes in a cake that has been cooked and pour something over the cake. The cake becomes "infused" with that flavor. Examples are jello or fruit and its juices etc!
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Or you can use milk, some hispanic cakes do this.
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Thank you.......I saw this term used on someone's website.....it said, "we now make infused fillings"............I just wasn't familiar with the term........it makes sense that it is something added............
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