zoey Posted 22 Apr 2005 , 2:17pm
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COULD SOMEONE HELP ME OUT!! I HAVE BEEN ASKED TO MAKE A BABY SHOWER CAKE FOR A COUSIN. I'AM IN NEED OF A MOIST CAKE RECIPE WITH STRAWBERRY FILLING!! CAN ANY OF YOU HELP!!! THANKS icon_biggrin.gif

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zoey Posted 22 Apr 2005 , 2:21pm
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OH I ALSO FORGOT TO MENTION THAT IF AT ALL POSSIBLE A GOOD WHIPPED FROSTING TO MAKE THE DECORATIONS AND TO FROST!! I HOPE THAT I 'AM NOT ASKING FOR TO MUCH!!! THANKS A MILLION!!

m0use Posted 22 Apr 2005 , 5:55pm
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Do you want from scratch or a doctored up box mix?

AgentCakeBaker Posted 22 Apr 2005 , 8:06pm
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If you want a doctored recipe I have one that I use for most of my cakes. This recipe is from the Cake Mix Doctor. It's called the Bride's Cake recipe.

1 box of white cake mix
1 cup milk
1 stick of butter
3 eggs
2 teaspoons of vanilla extract

This cake recipe is very moist. I love it.

I don't have a filling recipe nor a good whipped icing recipe. Maybe someone else can help with this.

curiegas Posted 22 Apr 2005 , 8:34pm
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Ok I have a question about "Doctored" cakes. Do you combine everything that the cake box says plus the additional items? Or is it just the box and the items listed instead of everything else?

I have the Cake Mix Dr Book on my "I WANT" list. I'm also going to add the chocolate and cupcake books.

Thanks,
Cecilia

AgentCakeBaker Posted 22 Apr 2005 , 8:46pm
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With the Cake Mix book you only add the ingredients on the list. You don't include the ingredients on the box.

m0use Posted 22 Apr 2005 , 9:20pm
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Also a note on the Bride's White cake recipe, the butter is to be melted after you measure it. It makes the cake bake up nice and high and also nice and dense, it tastes sooo yummy. I've decided to make this cake one of my mainstay cakes.

CIndymm4 Posted 22 Apr 2005 , 9:29pm
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That recipe sounds yummy, does it freeze as too?

m0use Posted 22 Apr 2005 , 9:34pm
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Yes, it freezes great. I almost always freeze my cakes.

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