Misska21 Posted 22 May 2005 , 6:47pm
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I was just wondering for those of you who have tried the Bride's Cake from the Cake Mix Doctor...is this a dense cake? I am attempting to make my first whimsical cake and I know you need a fairly dense cake to withstand the sculpting and the weight of the fondant. Is this recipe a cake I could use for this? TIA!

Jess

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ntertayneme Posted 22 May 2005 , 6:49pm
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From what I read about it, I believe it is Jess ... I haven't actually made it, but everything I've read about it, it appears to be

m0use Posted 22 May 2005 , 6:59pm
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Originally Posted by Misska21

I was just wondering for those of you who have tried the Bride's Cake from the Cake Mix Doctor...is this a dense cake? I am attempting to make my first whimsical cake and I know you need a fairly dense cake to withstand the sculpting and the weight of the fondant. Is this recipe a cake I could use for this? TIA!

Jess



Yes, it is. I've made momof3 has made it, and several others. I love how it tastes and how moist it still is, despite being dense. It's one of my signature cakes.

AgentCakeBaker Posted 24 May 2005 , 12:22am
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I love this recipe. I use it for most of my special occasion cakes. Its very moist and delicious. Holds up really well.

Misska21 Posted 24 May 2005 , 12:52am
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Great! I am definitely going to give this recipe a try. Thanks everyone so much for your responses.

momof3jotynjake Posted 24 May 2005 , 2:44am
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Originally Posted by Misska21

I was just wondering for those of you who have tried the Bride's Cake from the Cake Mix Doctor...is this a dense cake? I am attempting to make my first whimsical cake and I know you need a fairly dense cake to withstand the sculpting and the weight of the fondant. Is this recipe a cake I could use for this? TIA!

Jess


Yes, it is. I've made momof3 has made it, and several others. I love how it tastes and how moist it still is, despite being dense. It's one of my signature cakes.




YES!! its great!!! you will absolutely love it!!
thanks m0use!! icon_lol.gif

peacockplace Posted 26 May 2005 , 9:17pm
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Does anyone make the brides cake with whites instead of the whole egg?My bride wants her cake white white!

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