Arrghhh!! I Forgot The Pudding!!

Decorating By adavis4 Updated 31 Oct 2008 , 11:15am by adavis4

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adavis4 Posted 30 Oct 2008 , 6:40pm
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I was using the enhanced cake mix recipe and i got home to bake, yep, forgot the pudding. Is there anything else i can do with this cake mix to make sure it's going to be dense enough to stack?

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the recipe is

mix
1/3c oil
1/3c water
2/3c buttermilk
4eggs
pudding

Would it still work to make it without the pudding?

TIA!

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kakeladi Posted 31 Oct 2008 , 1:42am
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It's been hrs since you posted this......I'm really sorry no one helped you fefore thisicon_sad.gif
Even w/o pudding it will be dense enough to stack w/o a bit of problems.
If you haven't already baked......you can add yogurt OR sour cream - about 1/2 cup should do it.

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bakeyclacker Posted 31 Oct 2008 , 5:58am
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I've done them without pudding and with similar ingredients, and it's worked just fine. I usually don't worry about the density unless I'm working with a white cake mix. Most dowel-cake board systems will back you up very well.
You could check out the Cake Doctor books. She tells you how to amp up a cake mix with alternative ingredients, like ones you may be looking for. I wish that I knew a link to post here, but I'm not sure other than looking with google for 'the cake doctor recipes'. Good luck.

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adavis4 Posted 31 Oct 2008 , 11:15am
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thank ya'll so much for replying, i just waited until DH got off work and he stop by the store for pudding. I just baked late last night.

Thanks for the tips, i'll have to look for the book...

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