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post #6196 of 6398
This thread is the best thing I have ever read!! All I want to do is bake every one of these amazing flavor combos!! Thank you all for sharing your secrets icon_smile.gif
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oh my gosh I am drooling reading all of these cake flavors!  The only one I have to offer is a vanilla spice cake with mexican hot chocolate butter cream. I don't have the recipe handy, I know that it has cayanne pepper in the frosting to give it a kick. Its been ages since I messed with it! maybe I will make it today :) now to dig out the recipe...

post #6198 of 6398
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Originally Posted by Lizelard View Post

Hi macs mom what size pan do you use for most of the recipes for an 11" Round I used just under 2 boxes xx thank u again liz xx

13" square or 14" round

10" + 9" round

Two 8" and one 5" round

Two 8" squares

Two 9" rounds

 

Half recipe (1 mix) = two 6" rounds

 

For one 11" round:

5 cups cake mix

2 1/2 c flour

2 1/2 c sugar

1 pkg pudding mix

2 1/2 c sour cream

3 1/3 c  liquid

7 eggs (or 10 egg whites)

1/3 c oil

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WASC Gourmet Flavors
http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4f9hbq_46cs9f28fs
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No pressure... no diamonds.

WASC Gourmet Flavors
http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4f9hbq_46cs9f28fs
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post #6199 of 6398
Hey .. Macsmom... Have u ever tried making cupcake out of these reccipe... I wanna make some cupcakes... Do u have another recipe?
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Thank you for these awesome ideas!
post #6201 of 6398
Hello everyone. I'm not very experienced making cakes, but I work in an army base, and I would love to make a special cake for about 20 soldiers. Could someone share with me a cake recipe that will taste amazing including filling,mixing and baking instructions? Please help!!

I was thinking about that orange dreamsicle cake people keep talking about...But I will welcome all suggestions. Thank you.
post #6202 of 6398

they all sound out of this world!!

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post #6203 of 6398
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Originally Posted by AsmaAsif View Post

Hey .. Macsmom... Have u ever tried making cupcake out of these reccipe... I wanna make some cupcakes... Do u have another recipe?

Yes, I make cupcakes with this recipe :) I prefer them to other cuppies that tend to be too dry or too airy.

No pressure... no diamonds.

WASC Gourmet Flavors
http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4f9hbq_46cs9f28fs
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No pressure... no diamonds.

WASC Gourmet Flavors
http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4f9hbq_46cs9f28fs
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post #6204 of 6398
Im beyond thrilled to find this post! Thank you for sharing! I'm making the orange dreamsicle cake and I have decided not to use the melted sherbet. So do I need to use another liquid in place of it? Any help is appreciated! Thanks y'all!
post #6205 of 6398

i've made the dreamcicle cake with orange soda and french vanilla creamer mixed... about 3 to 1 ratio for the liquid

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The Davinci and Torani syrups don't add nearly as much flavor as the Loran flavors. I end up subbing for a lot of the other liquids just to get more flavor when I use the syrups.

 

Good to know about adding an extra egg white. Thanks for that tip!

 

MacsMom: I made your fudge filling that's listed in the document this week. It doesn't specify what size bag of chocolate chips so I used my regular 12 oz. bags. The filling was way too thick to use once it cooled. I ended up adding over a cup of half and half to make it spreadable. Did I add too much chocolate chips or do you think it was another problem.

 

BTW: the taste of the fudge filling is stupendous! Everyone who likes chocolate should try it. It's so much better than chocolate frosting in flavor and texture. We're eating it solo over here!

post #6207 of 6398
I have tried several of your recipes and they are fantastic! This coming weekend I wanted to make Orange Dreamsicle cupcakes, I found the DH Orange Supreme cake mix, and I have the dreamsicle yogurt (I also have some TGIF drink mix). I want to make one batch for the adults and one for the kids, so my question is what liquid do I use as a substitute for the children's version (or does the alcohol bake out, like wine does when you cook with it,)?

Apologize if these questions have been asked or if they are dumb questions I'm still learning at adapting recipes. Anyway, should I use sunkist or orange juice....

Thank you for all the help you've provided to new and experienced bakers, I am so impressed and grateful with all the bakers that are so helpful and willing to teach the rest of us!
post #6208 of 6398
Also, is it ok to sub the sour cream with orange dreamsicle yogurt?
post #6209 of 6398
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Originally Posted by Smckinney07 View Post

Also, is it ok to sub the sour cream with orange dreamsicle yogurt?

I'm not sure about your other questions, but I believe yes this is totally fine to do. Her cinnamon roll cake says : 3 Cinnamon Roll yogurts (or 2 c sour cream) 

post #6210 of 6398

use sunkist because only about  half the alcohol cooks out ( just read this on epicurious) 

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