Pillsbury Bakers Plus Mix

Baking By onemorebitelv Updated 19 Jul 2015 , 6:45pm by vickwithpc

onemorebitelv Posted 23 Apr 2015 , 1:27pm
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Hi everybody. I'm new to the group and hoping I can get some help here with Pillsbury Bakers Plus mix.

I have a small bakery in Las Vegas, specializing in cheesecakes. I'm starting to get into regular cakes/bunt cakes and such.

I found Pillsbury Bakers Plus bulk mix online but can find any recipes, formulas, ideas or anything about using the mix.

I would appreciate any help that anybody can give me.

Thank you

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onemorebitelv Posted 23 Apr 2015 , 4:34pm
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Thanks K8 but all I can find including the link you sent is where to buy. Does anybody have any recipes or mixing formulas? I looked on the bag in a doc I found online and I don't even see Any instructions or mixing formulas. I find this very strange that this product is out there and no recipes or suggestions are to be found. 

Many help would be very much appreciated  

Lynne3 Posted 23 Apr 2015 , 4:59pm
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The formula for basic prep is on the back of the bag.  It gives directions, the same as any individual cake mix box.  Beyond that you have to call 

-K8memphis Posted 23 Apr 2015 , 5:24pm
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you can sign up for more recipes here:


most commercial mixes just add water

you can use it for cobblers and cookies etc. just like grocery store cake mixes

onemorebitelv Posted 23 Apr 2015 , 5:52pm
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Thank for the replies. Is this a good product and consistent? I have a great chocolate cake recipe from scratch that a box can't come close to, I'm looking for that out of a mix for white and yellow. 

-K8memphis Posted 23 Apr 2015 , 7:40pm
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there's more info on your exact question on the second page of the link i posted ^^^

best to you

kakeladi Posted 23 Apr 2015 , 10:54pm
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I'm not sure if it was Pillsbury bakers plus that I used but.........I had a lot of problems until I was able to talk to an actual baker at a trade show who had make the cakes on display.  It was a problem with how I was mixing it.  Once that was straightened out things went just fine.   Be sure to follow the direction to a "T".  If you still have problems call the company.  They will help talk you through each step. 

vickwithpc Posted 19 Jul 2015 , 6:45pm
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I just received the 50# Devils Food cake mix...it baked great, but perhaps the crumb is a bit light/tight.  I feel it tends to seem like it's from a mix.  Are there any recipes out there on how to use proportions for this mix to dense it up?  Or substitions of how to use this mix in leu of a boxed mix?  I'd also like to enhance the chocolate flavor.  

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