I was looking through the recipes, thinking of what I'd like to experiment with next, when I found this recipe:
Do any of you use this? My main question is are the measurements correct? I'm seeing a whole cup of butter plus the liquid plus the sour cream. It just seems like it's way to much liquid/oil when you compare it to the original WASC or Rebecca Sutterby's WASC.
It looks tasty, but I just wanted to see if any of you use it for your caking.
I use it and its sturdy...not as dense or rich as Rebecca's WASC I never made the Original WASC.
I was always having issues with knowing when it was done in the middle with the WASC.
I haven't had that issue with this recipe.
The carters train theme cake in my picture.. I used this recipe..HTH
Thanks for your reply.
So the measurements are correct then? You really do use two sticks of butter to a cake mix? Just wanted to make sure about that!
FYI-the original WASC eliminates all the oil, and Rebecca Sutterby's recipe still has some oil. I have tried both and I agree with you about issues regarding when the cake is done. I have problems with gummy tops as well with that recipe.
Yes I use the 2 sticks of butter I thought It was a bit much liquid too, but it comes out just fine.
Ok this is good news. I like recipes with butter because of the flavor, so I wanted to give this one a try.
Thanks so much for your help!