Durable Cake Mix Or Wasc For Sculpted Cake?

Decorating By wgoat5 Updated 25 Mar 2008 , 4:49pm by ladyonzlake

wgoat5 Posted 25 Mar 2008 , 1:24am
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Which one is the best recipe for this?

I have a rather large purse cake that I have to carve but I am confused to which recipe to use...the customer is INSISTENT of having the DH yellow cake mix or at least the taste....

I have never used the yellow cake mix to do the WASC so I don't know how it tastes or if it tastes the same as the reg. box cake...


OR is there a way to use just the box yellow cake mix for carving?

Please help me

Christi

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sugarshack Posted 25 Mar 2008 , 4:22am
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durable easier to carve, imo

i like the tate and texture os wqsc a bit better but it is rather soft and a little crumbly when u carve unless u bake the crap out of it

sugarshack Posted 25 Mar 2008 , 4:23am
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durable easier to carve, imo

i like the tate and texture of wasc a bit better but it is rather soft and a little crumbly when u carve unless u bake the crap out of it

wgoat5 Posted 25 Mar 2008 , 10:02am
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Thanks Sharon!!!!!! icon_smile.gif

wgoat5 Posted 25 Mar 2008 , 10:30am
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OOps forget to ask..... do I use 3 whole eggs for the Yellow cake?

ladyonzlake Posted 25 Mar 2008 , 2:36pm
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I personally do not care for the WASC. It's very soft and wet and I have a difficult time carving with it. I use the following recipe:

1 Duncan Hines Mix
1 3oz box vanilla pudding
1 C sour cream
1/2 C Milk or water (the milk will make it firmer)
4 eggs
1 tsp Vanilla extract
1/2 C vegetable oil

wgoat5 Posted 25 Mar 2008 , 3:47pm
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Thank you Jacqui...is that 4 whole eggs I guess?

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ladyonzlake Posted 25 Mar 2008 , 4:49pm
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Yes

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