I wanted to make a marble cake, but I wanted the white part to be WASC. Is there some way I can just add cocoa powder or semisweet chocolate to half of the already mixed WASC batter to make it chocolate? Thanks!!
I think cocoa powder would be a better choice, as it has a more "chocolatey" flavor, maybe 3 tbsp to a third of the recipe. I'm not familiar with WASC but I do add cocoa powder to my yellow cake recipe to make marble, so I guess it may work for WASC.
Sorry if I'm not much help! Maybe one of the WASC experts will come along to help you out with this one!
What is a WASC? I keep seeing it, but have no idea what it is. Thanks!
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Thanks! I added cocoa powder 3 tbsp cocoa powder to 2 cups batter. While not a strong chocolate flavor, it worked well enough for my purposes.
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I use WASC for EVERYTHING. My favorite way to turn it into choc. is easy. I take squares of semi sweet baking choc. and break them into a bowl. I squirt some choc. syrup on top of them. I put them in the microwave for a min. or two (depending on how much you are doing, you just want it to melt). When it is melted I stir it all up and then dump it into my regular WASC mix. it takes a few min. for all the choc. to get incorporated, but it is SOOO good.
I just use a chocolate cake mix instead of the white in the WASC and add about 1/4 cup of chocolate syrup.
I'm going to try this one..