I'm a Newbie, I want to know if it's a bad sign to get alot of Bubbles in your cake Batter. Please, Help
Lots of bubbles could indicate over mixing your batter.
When I make cake batter, I mix all the wet ingredients, including the eggs with a wisk. I add the wet ingredients to the dry and mix with just a hand held mixer for 2 minutes.
When batter is in baking pan I lift and drop (about a half inch) the pan on counter to bring air bubbles to top.
Best of luck with your baking.
I lift my pans and drop also it helps.
if you're using cake mixes, sift the mixes. Add the oil dead last. Only mix about 2 minutes. It will be silky smooth. And I STILL bang the pans a few times before putting it in the oven.
If you are using a KA mixer, use the paddle attachment, not the whisk to mix your batter.
Thank U very much for your information. Every little bit helps. U all have a Good One. Again.