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Can I use a doctored mix for a teapot cake?

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My neighbor asked me to make a teapot cake for her mothers bday I have read a lot online about making them. I know I could do it but my question is can I just use a doctored cake mix? Will it be strong enough to hold the shape? I have never made a pound cake before and not sure if they are any good. Any input would help thank you.

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yes--either one will be fine

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Thank you for the response.

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I did for mine and it worked out fine.

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