I was mixing two batters at once to save time and realized after that batch was in the oven and I was on my third (single) mix that I hadn't doubled the oil for the first batch. So, I'm baking cakes with half the oil they should have had.
What can I do now? Are these cakes going to be dry or what? The oil demands were 2 TBS per box and I have 2 boxes with 2 TBS.
Any advice or can someone at least reassure me the cakes won't be horrible?
If they were cake mixes (I assume from the word box) then they will be fine. I just eyeball the oil in mine so I'm sure I either get more or less and it doesn't effect the taste or texture any.
Thanks Patty, you know you're right too... the cakes turned out fine and I wouldn't have even known there was less oil than called for had I not been the one to make the mistake! lol
If you were making the doctored WASC cake, there are two versions: expanded flavors and original.
The expanded flavors version WASC does use oil:
The original WASC doesn't use ANY oil: