TexasSugar Posted 5 Feb 2007 , 6:05am
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I'm wanting to try this and trying to figure out what the majority does, so I thought, why not do a poll...

If you use a different amount than on the poll please post to share how much you use.

Do *you* add the coffee creamer to just the box mix or do you use a doctored mix (pudding added), the cake extender recipe or another doctored way of making a cake?

Thanks everyone!!

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redpanda Posted 5 Feb 2007 , 6:12am
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I use the powdered creamer, usually 2 T per boxed mix, along with my usual modifications: one extra egg, one box instant pudding mix, 1/4-1/3 cup less water.

I try to find interesting and complementary combinations of creamer, pudding, and cake mix.

RedPanda

cindy6250 Posted 5 Feb 2007 , 3:17pm
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I use the pumpkin spice and it is fantastic. I use it in place of all of the liquid, plus add a little cinnamon to the cake mix. I have sold quite a few cakes in this flavor.

Cindy

TexasSugar Posted 7 Feb 2007 , 7:34pm
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Thank you for those that answered the poll!

I had hoped for more of a response since it *seemed* liked alot of people use it, and figured that those of us that haven't would like to know. Oh well!

Thanks again to those that took the time.

mjs4492 Posted 7 Feb 2007 , 7:40pm
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I've been using the Vanilla/Caramel and Vanilla/Hazelnut in yellow and French vanilla DH cake mixes. The French vanilla ones have been coming out like pound cake consistency, but not quite as heavy.
I also use 1 packet of Dream Whip, 4 eggs, 1/2 cup water and 1/2 cup of the coffee creamer.

moniquerei Posted 27 Feb 2007 , 7:28pm
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Do you use the coffee creamer in the cake mix or the frosting ?

butternut Posted 27 Feb 2007 , 7:34pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TexasSugar

Thank you for those that answered the poll!

I had hoped for more of a response since it *seemed* liked alot of people use it, and figured that those of us that haven't would like to know. Oh well!

Thanks again to those that took the time.



OMG I too thought that there would be a lot more responses than this. Maybe we can get this going again.

ShabbyChic_Confections Posted 27 Feb 2007 , 7:34pm
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I like to see what people says, I have to try it.

butternut Posted 27 Feb 2007 , 7:36pm
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Originally Posted by ShabbyChic_Confections

I like to see what people says, I have to try it.



You really do.. It is fantastic!! I use the vanilla caramel most of the time. It is sooooooooo wonderful. I need to venture out and try more of the flavors.

mkolmar Posted 28 Feb 2007 , 2:33am

I use liquid in place of all the water. However, some flavors only come in the powder her so I still use those too.

Wendoger Posted 11 Mar 2007 , 1:54pm

I have added the liquid creamer to the bc dream recipe and it was good. But only the vanilla...have any of you tried the different flavors in your bc?

butternut Posted 11 Mar 2007 , 2:04pm

I've used the vanilla caramel. Wow, is it goooooooood!!!!

Wendoger Posted 11 Mar 2007 , 2:16pm

...to the bc, not the cake, right???

butternut Posted 11 Mar 2007 , 2:23pm

yep, to the buttercream icing.

Jessmar Posted 11 Mar 2007 , 4:10pm

I haven't tried adding coffee creamer to cake or frosting yet (but I can't wait to try!). When you add coffee creamer to your buttercream does it need to be refrigerated?

nsouza Posted 31 Mar 2007 , 12:03am

wait? are you adding coffee creamer to cake mix instead of water? im confused

Wendoger Posted 31 Mar 2007 , 12:11am

...to cake mixes AND buttercream dream recipe. icon_biggrin.gif

miny Posted 7 Apr 2013 , 7:36am

ANo, creamers are non dairy. No refrigeration needed

cazza1 Posted 7 Apr 2013 , 7:46am

Ha, I had to go and look up what coffee creamer was so I knew what you were talking about.

cazza1 Posted 7 Apr 2013 , 7:48am

Double Ha.  Just realised how old this thread was.

miny Posted 7 Apr 2013 , 6:06pm

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Double Ha.  Just realised how old this thread was.

Upssss! I'm sorry, I have 't logged in to CC for so long..... I should read everything b4 posting again :grin:

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