Diff Between Devil's Food Cake & Chocolate Cake?

Baking By sweetmonkeycheese Updated 7 Nov 2010 , 9:54pm by sweetmonkeycheese

sweetmonkeycheese Posted 7 Nov 2010 , 9:02pm
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I am new to doing anything but the box and I LOVE the devil's food cake, what is the diff between a regular chocolate cake and the devils? why do I love the devil sooo much..

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sweetmonkeycheese Posted 7 Nov 2010 , 9:13pm
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ohh and can I "doctor a box of devil's foods cake? and if how.. I am search teh recipes, but this sites search feature for recipes is kinda hard to use. Give you tons of choices

-K8memphis Posted 7 Nov 2010 , 9:14pm
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I think a Devil's Food cake has a certain level of chocolate in it.
Maybe something like this?

Red Velvet is a very light chocolate cake

German's Chocolate is light choco.

Milk (regular) chocolate is darker than German's lighter than Devil's Food

Devils cake is medium deep chocolate

Swiss chocolate is dark chocolate

Fudge cake is fudgey deep dark chocolate.

But I don't know for sure so I'm looking forward to more answers.

(I think I got the order ^^^^ close to right??? )

newmansmom2004 Posted 7 Nov 2010 , 9:40pm
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Originally Posted by sweetmonkeycheese

ohh and can I "doctor a box of devil's foods cake? and if how.. I am search teh recipes, but this sites search feature for recipes is kinda hard to use. Give you tons of choices




Yes, you can doctor pretty much any flavor of box cake mix. If you like doctoring up box mixes, I highly recommend the Cake Mix Doctor book. You can get it at various online book vendors and at Barnes & Noble, Borders, etc.

sweetmonkeycheese Posted 7 Nov 2010 , 9:54pm
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Originally Posted by sweetmonkeycheese

ohh and can I "doctor a box of devil's foods cake? and if how.. I am search teh recipes, but this sites search feature for recipes is kinda hard to use. Give you tons of choices



Yes, you can doctor pretty much any flavor of box cake mix. If you like doctoring up box mixes, I highly recommend the Cake Mix Doctor book. You can get it at various online book vendors and at Barnes & Noble, Borders, etc.




I might have to put that on my Christmas list.. I really dont like to bother w/ baking soda and baking powder ..

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