Doctoring Cake Mix That Already Inclues Pudding?

Baking By chop-suey Updated 14 Jun 2011 , 9:21pm by paula0712

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chop-suey Posted 14 Jun 2011 , 9:05pm
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I am getting ready to make a cake for a meeting tomorrow night and I just bought a mix, but realized it's a Betty Crocker mix, which apparently already has pudding in it. Now I'm not sure how to doctor I add more pudding mix anyways? or just leave it out and do what the doctor recipe calls for? I'm just making a simple white cake. I would really really appreciate any tips anyone could give me on this!! Usually it's not a problem because I get a mix without pudding but this was all they had today!

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NanaSandy Posted 14 Jun 2011 , 9:20pm
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I always add pudding to my Betty Crocker mixes...but honestly I have never noticed that they had pudding already in them. Wish I was more help. I thought it was Pillsbury that had the pudding in the mix? Maybe I am wrong!

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paula0712 Posted 14 Jun 2011 , 9:21pm
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All I ever use is the Betty Crocker mixes as that is all I can get here. I've made them with and without adding the extra pudding and they always come out great. I have even covered them in fondant without adding anything and they work fine.

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