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post #91 of 6395
I believe that's their regular price! I ordered about 20 bottles quite some time ago and it was the same. Even ordered horhound for my hubby, but haven't had the nerve to mess up a cake with it yet!! icon_biggrin.gif
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post #92 of 6395
OMG, this is awesome! Thanks girls for sharing, glad I peeked in.

I was wondering for those of you that use the WASC is there a way that I can use cocoa powder to make the choco version instead of choco flavored cake mixes? The reason that I ask is because I have this fab. Callebeaut cocoa powder that I use in my scratch cakes (it is really amazing) and would like to use that. In stores a Betty Crocker cake mix will cost me about $9 for one box so would have o buy in bulk and just don't want to sacrifice my good choco flavor. Any ideas?
post #93 of 6395
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Originally Posted by pkinkema

News flash! Lorann Oils are only $1.09 a dram at www. shop bettys.com (be sure to remove spaces). icon_biggrin.gif



I'll have to go compare shipping costs - they are $1.99 for TWO at Fon dant Source .com icon_wink.gif
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post #94 of 6395
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Originally Posted by marriedtoagreek74

OMG, this is awesome! Thanks girls for sharing, glad I peeked in.

I was wondering for those of you that use the WASC is there a way that I can use cocoa powder to make the choco version instead of choco flavored cake mixes? The reason that I ask is because I have this fab. Callebeaut cocoa powder that I use in my scratch cakes (it is really amazing) and would like to use that. In stores a Betty Crocker cake mix will cost me about $9 for one box so would have o buy in bulk and just don't want to sacrifice my good choco flavor. Any ideas?



Hmmm.... You stumped me! WASC is doctored cake mix recipe, so it wouldn't sense to try to copy it without a mix.

Here is a recipe I've been wanting to try for the heck of it, but haven't yet because I am satisfied with the WASC version...

I feel so bad because I didn't note who originally gave me this recipe! (She has posted it in a few other threads)

Dense Chocolate Cake
3 c flour
6 T cocoa      
2 t baking soda
1 t salt
2 c sugar
1 c margarine
1 c buttermilk
3 eggs
1 c boiling water or coffee
2 t vanilla
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post #95 of 6395
I love the drink called Nuts and Berries. Its make with Amaretto and Chambord.

So I made a batch of WASC, all vanilla flavoring and substituted Chambord for the liquid. Smelled so good when it was baking and tasted even better. Comes out a funky color so you might want to add pink or even burgandy if color is an issue. I am going to make a amaretto mousse filling to go with it.

Sounds gourmet to me!

HTH
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post #96 of 6395
You can also get Lorann Drams at Hobby Lobby or Michaels---Hobby Lobby has their 40% off coupon this week. They don't have as many choices, but it would be cheap for the common flavors.
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post #97 of 6395
Hmmm.... You stumped me! WASC is doctored cake mix recipe, so it wouldn't sense to try to copy it without a mix.

Here is a recipe I've been wanting to try for the heck of it, but haven't yet because I am satisfied with the WASC version...

I feel so bad because I didn't note who originally gave me this recipe! (She has posted it in a few other threads)

Dense Chocolate Cake
3 c flour
6 T cocoa      
2 t baking soda
1 t salt
2 c sugar
1 c margarine
1 c buttermilk
3 eggs
1 c boiling water or coffee
2 t vanilla[/quote]

Hey Mac's mom,

I use one very similar to that, that my Mamaw used to make all the time and put a little almond extract, also add some to the homemade choco frosting too, love it.

For orders I have a scratch choco that I like, I was just trying to figure if I could try it with white cake mixes but add cocoa, but then that's adding more dry ingredient, so I don't know.
post #98 of 6395
Just checked out fondantsource. Their great price of $1.99 is for a twin pack...which is good if you want two of any flavor. For single drams, I haven't found anything cheaper than Betty's. It was sooooo much fun to get in my box of 20+ flavors.

I need to buy chocolate and coffee by the GALLON! Anyone know where I can get that? icon_lol.gif
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post #99 of 6395
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Originally Posted by lindambc

I love the drink called Nuts and Berries. Its make with Amaretto and Chambord.HTH



I love Nuts and Berries! I used to bartend and we made it with Frangelico and Chambord. Frangelico is peanut based.

I giggled a bit, though, so I apologize, but WASC already has the almond in it (you could use LoRann amaretto flavor if you prefer) and if you use a raspberry filling... It's one of my most requested cakes! Original WASC with cheesecake and raspberry filling.
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post #100 of 6395
Thanks Great Info
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post #101 of 6395
Wow! Thanks Macsmom & everyone else for all the great info.! That is so helpful & considerate of everyone.
post #102 of 6395
Wow - so glad I took at look at this thread - thanks for all the ideas! icon_biggrin.gif
post #103 of 6395
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Originally Posted by txcupcake

Okay MacsMom, you are officially the Flavor Guru! Thanks so much for posting your flavor combos! thumbs_up.gif


I agree with you!
post #104 of 6395
Hi Macsmom:
Thanks so much for sharing your list of flavors with us, all of them sound so delicious.
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post #105 of 6395
Thanks! icon_biggrin.gif I don't exactly come up with them myself though. Strawberry lemonade, s'mores, sourcream blueberry (pie at Marie Calendar's), popsicle (cherry pineapple), etc. were all my inspirations.
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