momof3jotynjake Posted 12 May 2005 , 2:18pm
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I have a cake due sat. im going to bake it today...
m0use.. thank you for the brides what cake recipe!!
Now, i have never tried the recipe before. Im not sure if i should go ahead w/ the brides white cake.. or stick to what i know for this upcoiming cake?
any advice? lol...

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msumissa Posted 12 May 2005 , 2:29pm
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I made the bride's white cake this week and it was delicious. It is up to you and what you are comfortable with. Good luck!

m0use Posted 12 May 2005 , 2:49pm
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I say go with the bride's cake. Make it today and you will still have time to make something else if it does not turn out.
If you are making an 11x15 sheet cake, you will need to double the recipe, fill the pan no more than 2/3 high. This cake can sometime rise very high, so try to keep an eye on it in the oven. But it will also be more dense than other, I think I bake it 5 minutes longer than I normally would bake a cake.

momof3jotynjake Posted 12 May 2005 , 3:01pm
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I say go with the bride's cake. Make it today and you will still have time to make something else if it does not turn out.
If you are making an 11x15 sheet cake, you will need to double the recipe, fill the pan no more than 2/3 high. This cake can sometime rise very high, so try to keep an eye on it in the oven. But it will also be more dense than other, I think I bake it 5 minutes longer than I normally would bake a cake.




HEY m0use! glad you answered icon_smile.gif!! thank you!!!
Does dense mean its still moist? or is it more like a pound cake.. but not that dense??
Great! IM GOING FOR IT! lol!!! thumbs_up.gif

AgentCakeBaker Posted 12 May 2005 , 3:11pm
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I also think you should try the Bride's white cake recipe. It is delicious. This the recipe I use for most of my special occasion cakes. Everyone loves it b/c it is so moist.

momof3jotynjake Posted 12 May 2005 , 3:20pm
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GREAT!! im gonna do it!! cant wait!!
now.. mouse i belive you said after i bake it and it cools.. then put the sugar syrup on it... then wrap in saran wrap... right??

montanakate Posted 12 May 2005 , 3:27pm
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The brides cake is more dense but not as thick as pound cake and it is definitely moist. I've made it 4 times now and it don't think I'll ever go back to making just plain mix again. I'm sold!

m0use Posted 12 May 2005 , 4:28pm
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Originally Posted by momof3jotynjake

GREAT!! im gonna do it!! cant wait!!
now.. mouse i belive you said after i bake it and it cools.. then put the sugar syrup on it... then wrap in saran wrap... right??



Yes, if you using the sugar syrup as your crumb coat. Make sure you let it soak in first before wrapping or you could end up with a sticky mess.
And yes, the cake will still be moist even though it is dense.

peacockplace Posted 12 May 2005 , 5:06pm
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Has anyone noticed more crumbs form the bride's white cake?? It was wery moist, but hard to cut because it crumbled. It also didn't rise very high... not like my DH. What did I do wrong???

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