Recipe Help For 2 Week Reader, First Time Poster

Baking By redflame Updated 30 May 2007 , 1:48am by 7yyrt

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redflame Posted 23 May 2007 , 7:40pm
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First I must say I have not gotten ANY work done for the last 2 weeks becasue every time I sit down in my office CakeCentral seems to magically appear on my screen!

I am preparing for an upcoming wedding. The bride, a close family friend is lactose intolerant. So is her step father. I am thinking about Chocolate Mayoniasse this doable at all for a stacked? This will serve 100 people, so it is not huge. Box cakes (I love DH classic white just as it is) has small amounts of milk in it. The bride said that was fine she just would not eat much....but how horrible would it be if it effected her on her honeymoon........18 yrs old, honeymoon (been a 'very good girl') and she ends up in the bathroom all night! I just dont want to take the chance!

Any ideas? suggestions? All and any help is appreciated!

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BoothsBest Posted 23 May 2007 , 8:57pm
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Oh my! That is a hard question. I really wish I knew how to help. I wonder how a cake made with Soy milk would taste. You may want to try that. My son cannot drink regular cow's milk so he drinks soy, but things with milk in it does not bother him. He can even have ice cream, cheese, yogurt, etc. Strange I know....

Hope you get some help! And welcome to CC. I have only been a member for a very short time too, but am so addicted. I love it!!

Happy bakin!

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JanH Posted 24 May 2007 , 12:02am
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It's easy to make a scratch cake for her and her Dad to enjoy. icon_smile.gif Just make that cake one of the smallest tiers and use your doctored mixes for the rest.

If you enjoy the DH white plain, I highly recommend the WASC cake for the wedding guests:
(For more flavor options: change extracts, use lemon or fruit juices, liquers or change flavor of cake mix.)

For the bride's cake:
(Calls for 1 tbsp. milk - just increase water by 1 tbsp.)

and as you said: chocolate mayonnaise.


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7yyrt Posted 30 May 2007 , 1:48am
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Recipes for various allergies, including cakes.

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