Here's a recipe for the key lime cake I make:
1 lemon cake mix
1 3oz lime jello mix
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup oil
1/2 cup key lime juice
My question is - can I add one less egg to make the cake lighter?? When baked, it's a very dense cake. While it's good, it's just VERY thick and dense. I'd like to make it a little lighter, but am unsure what to adjust.
Thanks for any help!!!
Here is the key lime cake recipe I use,
I get raves on this cake. I have to go on what other people say. I don't really care for the taste of any key lime items. I use Comstock canned pie filling for my cakes and a couple of weeks ago I saw key lime pie filling in the Comstock brand I hhttp://www.cakecentral.com/cake_recipe-6826-Great-key-lime-cake.htmlaven't used it yet, could be a great addition to the key lime cake.
I had problems with the last link so I reposted it.
I can't get the link to work.. says internet explorer can't open page... wonder if something is wrong with the site. I am in need of a good key lime cake that I can make into cupcakes for a luau party coming up for a client...
try the one i reposted above. I think the other poster just typed too close and the haven't was included inthe link.
Do they all come out as a dense cake?? If so, I'll leave it. They've tried it before and they like it, it just seems really dense. This is for a wedding cake and is one of the 5 tiers I have to do!
the cake recipe given by acookieobsession is a dense cake. I made it the other day and it is also very moist. (Its the Pacman cake in my pics). But it is very good, especially with a cream chese frosting. [/b]