Wondering if anyone has or knows of a duncan Hines recipe that wilton use to use for their decorating classes years ago. I can't seem to find a cake recipe that anyone likes and find myself losing alot of business to a competitor in my area because I'm told her cake is buttery and moist. Every recipe I have tried comes out with not much taste and not very moist. I don't want to give up what I love but I'm at a stand still, can someone please help me.
duncan hines cake mix (arguably) makes a great cake without any help from wilton--they have spent milions on research and development to achieve this--they sell thousands daily i'm sure
honestly i think you need to concentrate on you and your baking--forget what wilton and your competition does
just make your next cake better than your last one ;)
do you think you might be over baking? did you make it according to the directions?
what happened to the flavor
what kind of icing are you using
so you want doctored mixes as opposed to cake recipes?
but a plain mix, made correctly, should be flavorful and moist without any changes
there's a wasc fomula on here where you add ingredients to a cake mix--you can do a search for it--very popular (thank you, kakeladi ;)
Ahttp://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CC4QFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fm.wilton.com%2Frecipes%2Findex.cfm&ei=8I9UUdnTDsS0rQHqkICgDQ&usg=AFQjCNFxyyAlOR5jzNdybdEFBaTJcrfDKg&sig2=t7VksXCNSCTlK7FJ0L150Q this is what I get when I google wilton cake recipes don't see them using ducan hines but maybe there's some recipe they use to use
Am.duncanhines.com/recipes/cakes/nyc2me/made-from-scratch-taste maybe this recipe would be good using DH