Im very new to this and have started to make cupcakes and decorate them with fondant.I have beenÂ getting many positive responses, but i want to make sure i am making the inside as tasty as it looks on the outside, i tried a mudcake recipe last night and it self imploded haha !
You all seem very knowledgeable so any help would be appreciated :)
Looking for a cheap option which is tasty and moist as i have found alot of recipes to be quite dry
Any box mix is fine...add a box of pudding to it :)
I've tried several different kinds of chocolate cake recipes from various books and Web sites and they have all been tasty, but the one I consistently get the best reviews for comes from the back of the Hershey's cocoa powder box. Â It's always moist and delicious even without icing. Â I've doubled the recipe and still gotten great results.Â
APillsbury devil's food is amazing. I only use boxed cake mix when I practice decorating, but I add 3 tablespoons of cocoa powder....and use 1.5 sticks of melted butter. People love it.
Yes, for cupcakes, Pillsbury Moist Supreme is the best... I tried a few others but the dome collapsed. Â Still trying scratch recipes...easier for cakes than cupcakes.
ABaking at a lower temp makes a world of difference as well. I bake at 325 and it's one box of instant pudding per two boxes of cake mix. Try it... You'll be surprised!!!