Hi guys I have a decent yellow cake recipe which I will post when I'm on my computer not my phone lol my son who's 1 won't let me get on during the day. But it was pretty much the first one I tried and am wondering if anyone else has a great moist recipe u can stack that would be worth giving a try? When I was looking for choc recipies I tried about 7 before I found my fav so I was tried out when I picked my yellow lol any help would be great!
Sylvia Weinstock's Classic Yellow: http://homecooking.about.com/od/cakerecipes/r/blc13.htm
It rocks my world.
ur right it is a good recipe its the one i use hmm maybe ill just stick with it!
thanks for ur response
kger have you ever turned this into a marble cake? I saw on the comments someone had but I wasn't sure how much melted chocolate should be added. Also does anyone know how many cups of batter this makes? I was wanting to try it in either a 10 or 12" round pan.
I usually double this recipe and get two 9 inch and two 6 inch with a little left over for mini cupcakes!
Does anyone know how to turn this into a marble cake? Couple of blocks of melted semi sweet choc?
I personally haven't, but from what I understand, you melt some chocolate (whether it is sweetened or unsweetened I don't know) and you swirl it through the yellow batter.
Vanilla Buttermilk Cake from Sky High: Irresistible Triple-Layer Cakes.
Very delicious, but very similar to the recipe you're already using.
It's at the bottom of this entry.
Mmm that vanilla butternilk cake sounds great! Gunna make some cuppies with that! Let's see to marble a cake I believe u seperate ur batter in two then add choc to one halve then swirl together. Hope that helps