I need a scratch cake recipe for a moist chocolate cake and this one seems to get rave reviews...
Would this work in the Wilton cupcake pan? I used a altered box cake recipe the first time I made it, and it worked well baking top and bottom separately.
Betty Crocker, the manufacturer of Hershery cake mix markets a cupcake mix.
Yes, I like the recipe on the back of the Hershey cocoa can. I especially like it when the special dark cocoa is used. I haven't tried to make it in the pan you reference. But I don't see why not. Sometimes this cake can develop a few bubbles (air pockets) during baking. But it's very moist and tasty.
I'd bake at 325 if using the giant cupcake pan.
Thanks...I will make sure to check for bubbles...and I will bake at 325. Will let you know how it turns out!
well, the Hershey cake in the cupcake pan was a partial bust...I've used this pan before without problems but this time the bottom part of the cake fell apart even tho I coated well with homemade pan grease. It seems very soft. Will use a sturdier recipe in the future. For the top part which i baked separately, i dusted with more flour and then it was ok. Using hobby lobby brand candy melts and am frustrated...the wilton ones seem so much better quality for some reason. I have made the cupcake "paper" twice and it has cracked both times. *sigh*