Anyone Know If I Can Use Cook'n'serve Pudding Mix In Cake?

Decorating By CakeDiva73 Updated 6 Jun 2008 , 2:35pm by awolf24

CakeDiva73 Posted 5 Jun 2008 , 11:12pm
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I am making cakes right now for the weekend and realized my DH (today, this does NOT stand for Dear Husband icon_lol.gif ) bought cook-n-serve pudding instead of instant. I have always used the instant before in my cake and am wondering if I can use these or if anyone else has?

Am dreading the thought of dragging 4 kids to the market. icon_cry.gif

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butterflywings Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 12:12am
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wow... i don't know... I'd send DH (i'm guessing the D rhymes with rum today) to the store! LOL i've always used instant, too.

trixieleigh Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 1:52pm
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Hmmmm...inquiring minds want to know! That's a question I have been wondering about myself. The only thing I have ever heard is that you cannot substitute the sugar-free stuff. I think I read that it dries out the cake instead of making it nice and moist.

DaisyLisa17 Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 2:26pm
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Ive never used the Cook N Serve either... always instant. Curious to know though... why not make it into an experiment. Let us know!

awolf24 Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 2:35pm
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Not sure...be interested to find out. I just tossed out 3 boxes of cook n serve that I mistakenly bought instead of instant.

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