I have looked in the recipe section and didn't see what I was looking for so I thought I'd go to the forums and see what you smart people have to say. She wants a white 1/4 sheet cake with chocolate frosting. Thanks so much for your help.
I use Pillsbury Plus white cake mix, and seriously, it's pretty good so I don't do much doctoring on this one(I do much more on my other flavors). I use buttermilk for the liquid and add some Almond flavoring and that's it.
cakedout thanks so much for your post. i tried that and it was WONDERFUL. It tasted like a true birthday cake should taste like. I have thoroughly enjoyed my scraps.
I use a plain white cake mix, substitute milk for the water, butter for the oil and use whole eggs. After it's mixed, I add about a cup of melted white chocolate or white candy melts. My husband loves it!
Why not use the White Almond Sour Cream cake here in the recipes? It seems to be the most popular white cake all around. I use it and love it.
A little late to help you out, however I did this and it was a HUGE HUGE hit!
White cake mix ( I use either betty crocker or Dunkin hines)
1 box white chocolate Jello pudding
Use milk instead of water
4 whole eggs
Butter instead of Oil
1/2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp lemon juice (you don't even taste it)
(the baking soda and lemon juice allows the cake to melt in your mouth)
I got the idea from the back of a bisquick box (melt in your mouth pancakes - they are my families favorite pancakes of all time and my husband doesnt like pancakes) I just followed the extra add ins and the cake turned out the same way -- so delish!
This is what I do: Pillsbury white cake mix, sub the water for a can of coconut milk, use 1/4 cup oil instead of 1/3, add a teaspoon of vanilla and a teaspoon of creme bouquet. It doesn't taste coconut-y, just creamy and the texture is very fine, it's delicious!
thank you all for the new ideas. i will definitely be trying them. I was looking for the WASC, but couldn't remember the acronym and couldn't find it. I really appreciate you sharing your recipes. Thanks.
I use a white mix with white chocolate pudding, 3 whole eggs and one egg white, equal amounts water and milk, 1/2 tsp vanilla and 1/2 cup oil. Very moist!
when you sub the butter for the oil, do you use the same amount? do you melt it first? thanks.