The recipe I have for WASC calls for Betty Crocker or Pillsbury cake mix. Can I use Duncan Hines or does it have to be Betty Crocker or Pillsbury cake mix or is their another recipe for this I want to make this but only have Duncan hines on hand
So far I have made WASC a few times and loved it and I have only made it with Duncan Hines. I haven't had any problems and it turned out great!
Although I wouldn't mind knowing what others think on this?
Thank you for responding I have Duncan Hines on hand I thought maybe because those recipes had pudding in them Does anyone else know?
I use this recipe almost exlucisvely and only us DH mixes. My customers have never complained!
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Thank You so much for responding I've never tried this recipe before and I want to use it for a 3 D cake I see everyone always talking about it on this site and only found one recipe and it named the other two cake mixes so Thank you for your help
I only use DH, especially with the WASC. You're good to go.
I only use duncan also. Have had no problems with it at all. I did have to bake it about 3-5 min longer. But that just maybe my stove.
I almost always use DH. To me it has less lumps in it and is more of a fine texture, not as "grainy".
I always use DH and usually add dry pudding to the mix as well. I have my own version of the WASC which is similar to those posted on CC. Never had a problem or a complaint!
This is a great cake for 3-D - very dense with a fine crumb. Good for carving as well. I bake mine at 325.