I know I read this here SOMEWHERE but now I can't find it. Can someone please tell me how much batter I'll get from a single cake mix WASC recipe? You know, 1 box mix, 1 cup flour, 1 cup sugar, etc.
Thank you very much for any help you can give.!
I'm not sure but I believe I get two 8x2 round from 1 recipe (original one) or one 12x2 inch round.
I get 8 cups.
Other folks say 7 cups.
From the different scenarios of cake rounds yielded I would imagine it's between 10-12 cups of batter.
edited to add: Oops sorry, I think K8Memphis is right. I was basing my answer on the two box recipe.
Thank you very much for the responses. I'll go with 7 cups, and if I get 8 it'll just be a bonus. Thanks again!
My *original* WASC recipe yields batter = to 1 1/2 mixes.
If you check out my recipe it give you many of the different sizes & combinations of pans one can use.
Thanks, Kakeladi. I've done many doctored mixes, but today was my first WASC. I did use the 1/4 oil added and kept the rest the same. I used my store brand cake mix, which I've always liked and is $1.19. It yielded about 6.5 cups of batter. I put 3.25 cups in each 9 inch pan and baked at 325 for 40 minutes. It looked perfect. According to some other rules I've read here very recently, I let it cool in the pan 15 minutes. I turned it out for 10 minutes. Then I wrapped it warm and froze it. That's supposed to keep it dense and super moist when I defrost. I have to say it smelled divine and I can't wait to see how it comes out. Thank you.