Mixing Different Brands Of Cake Mix

Baking By vmanbakes Updated 4 May 2014 , 2:07am by kakeladi

vmanbakes Posted 3 May 2014 , 2:52pm
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AWe all know that most brands of cake mix have 3 ounces less in the box than they used to. I have a reciepe that calls for one one box of cake mix plus 3 ounces from amother box. I have a box of betty crocker and wondering if it would come out right if i mixed it with 3 ounces of another brand, ALDIS,that also has pudding in the mix but is a little cheaper costing only a $1.00

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kakeladi Posted 4 May 2014 , 2:07am
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Personally I would do it.  The 3 extra oz shouldn't effect the outcome that much.

The other thing is - not knowing exactly the recipe you are considering, I have found that using the smaller weight box mix does not effect my *original* WASC recipe.  In other words, I do NOT add any extra dry mix - just use one box as is and it does not make any difference.

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