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Deb's Butter Cake

This make a very moist yellow cake.

Deb's Butter Cake


  • 1 Duncan Hines butter recipe cake mix 1 cup of sugar 4 large eggs 2 sticks of butter (softened) 1 cup buttermilk 1 cup self rising flour 3/4 cup buttermilk


  1. Add first 5 ingredients beat at medium speed for 4 mins.
  2. Then add next 2 ingredients beat at medium speed for additional 2 mins.
  3. Pour evenly into 4 - 8" prepared pans. Bake for 25 - 30 mins in preheated oven at 325 degrees.

Comments (7)

is this cake dense enough to cover w fondant????
I don't know if I did something wrong, but I didn't have luck with this recipe. I made a football cake and some cupcakes. Unfortunately they shrunk after they came out of the oven. It is odd, but although it is a moist cake, it seems dry at the same time. Most unfortunate because I LOVE the flavor of this cake. Like I said it is probably operator error, but I thought I would share.
I have used this recipe for about 3 cakes now and get great reviews on it. It's yummy. It's also pretty moist which is good. Although I used this in a 3d cake design, I would honestly not do it again. It held up ok but I was nervous the whole time because of the softness. I think just for sanity purposes on my part, I will make another one if it's for a 3d design. Overall though, it's amazing!!
This cake didn't work out for me at all! I tried the recipe two times and both times the cakes sunk horribly in the middle...which was too bad because I loved the flavor. =( The failure of the recipe was likely due to an error I made, but I don't see myself trying it for a third time. =(
Does anyone think this cake is dense enough for a 4 tier wedding cake?
I don't think I would honestly use this for a 4 tier wedding cake.....It's way too won't hold up!
My cake sank also. It was also too moist that it fell apart.
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