Moist White Cake

Baking By AgentCakeBaker Updated 19 May 2005 , 7:15pm by luvbaking

AgentCakeBaker Posted 12 Apr 2005 , 4:46pm
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I've searched and searched and searched and I cannot find a MOIST white cake recipe that I absolutely love. Does any have one that they are willing to share or do you recommend any websites for me to check out? Please let me know.

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Mchelle Posted 12 Apr 2005 , 4:58pm
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i have one from the cake doctor. Do you have that book? If not let me know, I'll send it to you. I substitute the almond flavor instead of vanilla and use 1 whole egg and 2 egg whites. I can't remember the whole thing off the top of my head, but I think it's the brides cake.

AgentCakeBaker Posted 12 Apr 2005 , 5:30pm
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I have the cake mix doctor but I didn't think the bride's cake was white enough. When I bake the bride's cake recipe my cake looks yellow.

Do you add something else to this cake mix?

By the way this is one of my favorite recipes so if you know how to doctor it up even more please share.

Crystalhrt25 Posted 19 Apr 2005 , 3:47pm
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Hi I once got that book from the library but there were so many recipes I didn't know which one to try and I never tried the brides cake recipe would you be nice enough to e-mail me this recipe? icon_wink.gif Thank you!!!

Crystalhrt25 Posted 19 Apr 2005 , 3:48pm
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wooops forgot to leave my e-mail [email protected] icon_lol.gif

AgentCakeBaker Posted 19 Apr 2005 , 5:05pm
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I sent you the recipe. I hope you enjoy it.

chrisrich Posted 27 Apr 2005 , 7:05pm
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Oooh! Could you send me the recipe, too?
I'm looking for a really fabulous whote cake recipe for my sister's birthday party this weekend and am having trouble finding one.

My email is: [email protected]

And if the bride's cake isn't white enough for you, what do you do to whiten it up?

Thanks in advance.

AgentCakeBaker Posted 27 Apr 2005 , 8:12pm
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Chrisrich, I sent it to you.

I never tried to get the batter whiter so I couldn't tell you how to do this. Maybe you could use the egg whites instead of the whole egg.

Someone else maybe the expert on this.

cakeconfections Posted 27 Apr 2005 , 8:21pm
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Originally Posted by AgentCakeBaker

I have the cake mix doctor but I didn't think the bride's cake was white enough. When I bake the bride's cake recipe my cake looks yellow.

Do you add something else to this cake mix?

By the way this is one of my favorite recipes so if you know how to doctor it up even more please share.




Is the cake not white enough because of the butter, if you are using it or perhaps egg yolks, if you are using those.

AgentCakeBaker Posted 27 Apr 2005 , 9:00pm
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I think it is the egg yolks to cause the cake to look a little yellow but I don't know what else to use. I'm afraid the recipe may not taste the same if I use only egg whites. Besides, the recipe calls for 3 eggs not egg whites.

Ironbaker Posted 27 Apr 2005 , 9:13pm
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That's interesting because a true white cake should only all for egg whites. The yolks will definitely add color.....try it again without the yolks. If it calls for 3 eggs....about 4-5 egg whites should be fine.

Good luck!

tastetester Posted 27 Apr 2005 , 9:30pm
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The Whimsical Bake House white cake is excellent. It is a scratch cake; but, I have had consistent results with it. My family loves it. Especially when its filled with a thin layer of rasberry jam and rasberry mousse. thumbs_up.gifthumbs_up.gif

melissablack Posted 27 Apr 2005 , 9:35pm
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I posted a recipe on this site, Classic White Cake II, and I love it! It turned out great for me.

Melissa icon_smile.gif

tlnewman Posted 27 Apr 2005 , 9:37pm
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Could I get this recipe also? My email is [email protected]
Thank you in advance icon_smile.gif

JessicaM Posted 1 May 2005 , 5:02am
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I have used the recipe from Cake mix dr, I think if you use only the egg whites it will definitely give you a more white cake, but will also be less moist, and isn't that what you're looking for? I often use the whole egg in just plain mixes, I just let my customers know it's not a true white, they are fine with it because it tastes better!

cakegal Posted 1 May 2005 , 8:16pm
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May I have the recipe too..... [email protected]
Thanks bunches...
I'm going to try the one that was posted on here as well...
Thanks bunches,
cakegal

veejaytx Posted 1 May 2005 , 8:21pm
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If you use the Cake Mix Dr. recipe, put only egg whites and then add 1 cup sour cream, would that offset the dryness but keep the whiteness? Janice

CarolAnn Posted 1 May 2005 , 9:01pm
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I use Duncan Hines Classic White mixes for all my white cakes and they are very moist. I get compliments ALL the time about the moistness. They call for three large egg whites, 2 Tblspoons oil and 1 1/3 cup water. If my eggs are smaller than then I just use one additional egg white to make up the diference (per egg). I have also substituted half and half for the water for extra richness but normally just use the package directions. I've been trying some other white mixes lately (though not for customers, just my guinea pigs) but always come back to this. It makes a very pretty white cake.

AgentCakeBaker Posted 2 May 2005 , 2:31pm
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For those who requested, I sent you the Bride's White Cake recipe.

I guess I'll need to add just the egg whites to get my true white cake. However, this particular recipe is so good the way it is I don't think I should tamper with it.

Just as Jessica mentioned, I'll just make sure my customers are aware that it isn't a true white cake.

chrisrich Posted 2 May 2005 , 3:40pm
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Agent,

Thanks again for the recipe. I tried it for my sister's birthday over the weekend. I used 4 or 5 egg whites instead of the 3 whole eggs. I made a LOT of cake and after it put together, I couldn't tell which one had 4 and which one had 5 egg white.

It all tasted excellent, if I do say so myself. And I'm comfortable sying that because I got lots of comments from the other people there. It was very moist. Our waitress at the bar even took my name and number to possible do her wedding cake!

AgentCakeBaker Posted 2 May 2005 , 3:53pm
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That's great chrisrich!

Thanks for letting me know. Now I'll have to try this.

Oh and congratulations on a possible future wedding cake order.

CarolAnn Posted 4 May 2005 , 1:12am
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peacockplace I think I'll try adding the white chocolate pudding next time. Thanks for the idea!

momof3jotynjake Posted 4 May 2005 , 3:04am
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peacockplace I think I'll try adding the white chocolate pudding next time. Thanks for the idea!




is there sucha thing as white chocolate pudding/

LAA Posted 4 May 2005 , 3:07am
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I have seen the white chocolate pudding. I missed something, what are we doing with the pudding?

Lisa

momof3jotynjake Posted 4 May 2005 , 3:19am
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really! mmmm that sound yummy

LAA Posted 4 May 2005 , 3:22am
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How do you do the text in a box as you did above. detective.gif

Lisa

Misska21 Posted 4 May 2005 , 3:38am
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Originally Posted by LAA

How do you do the text in a box as you did above. detective.gif

Lisa




Just click on the "quote" icon on the top right corner of posts to quote it.

LAA Posted 4 May 2005 , 3:41am
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Lisa[/quote]

Just click on the "quote" icon on the top right corner of posts to quote it.[/quote]

Thanks,

Lisa

CarolAnn Posted 4 May 2005 , 9:52pm
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We're adding white chocolate pudding mix to our Duncan Hines white cake mix. I haven't tried it yet but I bought the pudding today.

momof3jotynjake Posted 4 May 2005 , 10:06pm
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Originally Posted by CarolAnn

We're adding white chocolate pudding mix to our Duncan Hines white cake mix. I haven't tried it yet but I bought the pudding today.



mmmmmmmm let us know how it comes out!

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