I've not tried this recipe, but since you've gotten no responses, I guess it's better than nothing. The recipe is from Sprinkles, so I guess it couldn't be that bad, right?
This recipe is from GOTHICGIRL here, this is the recipe I offer to my costumers and they love it.
I like it a lot, I like to bake from scratch and is difficult to find a strawberry scratch that is moist and good.
We were wondering if you could use strawberry juice from fresh strawberries in lieu of the 1 cup of water in the White Trillium recipe we found on here.
What do you think?
Paul & Peter
I have never used this recipe but I'm sure that you can do that, the only thing is that I don't think thats enough strawberry flavor, what I like about the other recipe is that you have those chunk of strawberries inside.
I've used the one above from Gothic Girl a bunch of times, it was one of my most requested cakes in Turkey. It has just enough strawberry flavor without being overpowering. It's easy too.
Ok here is my recipe everyone seems to love it...but it is not totally from scratch.
1 DH classic white mix
1 pkg Strawberry Jello
1/2 C Oil
1 1/4 total juice and chopped frozen sliced strawberries
Mix bake as usual at 350... I think I get two 8 inch rounds from this...I usually double the recipe. It has great flavor I use a hand chopper to chop the berries in a glass measuring cup...then just add to the mix.
Hope you like it,
I did this recipe (scratch) before and it turned out pretty good...
3 cups all purpose flour
1--3.4 oz. pkg. strawberry Jello
1 T. baking powder
1 tsp. salt
1 cup milk
2 tsp. strawberry extract
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1/2 cup (1 stick) butter
1 1/2 cups sugar
4 eggs, lightly beaten
Grease and flour 2 9" round pans.
Sift the flour, Jello, baking powder and salt in a bowl. Set aside.
Mix the strawberry and vanilla extracts into the milk. Set aside.
Cream the butter until smooth, then add the sugar and beat until fluffy for 5 min.
Add the eggs & mix until well blended.
Add the flour mixture in 3 parts, alternating with the milk mixture in 2 parts (ending with the flour).
Divide batter between the cake pans.
Bake for 35-40.
These all sound so good. I'll try a few and report back eventually. =o)