Wasc To Chocolate

Baking By adree313 Updated 12 Sep 2015 , 2:55am by kakeladi

adree313 Posted 27 Oct 2009 , 5:06pm
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i will be making a full WASC batch (so, 2 boxed cake mixes). i need mostly vanilla cake because i will be doing a tier (4" high) of regular vanilla, but i also want to do a second, smaller tier of chocolate. I don't want to make half vanilla/half chocolate (2 seperate) batches because i just won't need that much chocolate.

so, my question is, after i fill my pans with the vanilla batter, how can i change the remaining batter to chocolate? i'm assuming just add some cocoa powder, but how much? and is there anything else i should add?

or, is this even plausible? SHOULD i just suck it up and make two seperate batches and have extra chocolate cake left over?

sorry, if this doesn't make sense icon_redface.gif thanks in advance!

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Mickeebabe Posted 11 Sep 2015 , 9:28pm
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I know this post is from 2009 but I would also really like to know the answer to her question.

kakeladi Posted 12 Sep 2015 , 2:55am
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I'll take a stab at this for you.........I would probably add about 1/2 cup - maybe up to 3/4 cup of UNsweetened cocoa powder depending on how thick the batter gets.

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