Weird Looking Layers

Baking By Sugar_Bear89 Updated 14 Mar 2019 , 7:00pm by Beverly Edwards

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Sugar_Bear89 Posted 13 Mar 2019 , 10:02pm
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Whether I make cake from a box or homemade I'm having an issue with my cakes. It's like the bottom of the layer bubbles out and is really fat. And the top of the layer will be smaller. So when I cut my layers they're all different sizes. Why does this keep happening???? Help!!???!!??

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-K8memphis Posted 13 Mar 2019 , 10:39pm
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idk -- are you mixing your ingredients well? 

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kakeladi Posted 13 Mar 2019 , 10:55pm
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You say this is happening w/box or scrtach?  Sounds like you might not be following directions in mixing &/or baking.  I can't think of a time that has ever happened to me..........oh wait:  once when after much thinking I figured out there was too much liquid in the recipe.  I prefer batter that is on the thick side.  I watch all those t.v. programs w/baking and sometimes the batter is a thin as milk :(  I'd rather have it like just mixed pudding - not *thick* but not thin either. 

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SandraSmiley Posted 14 Mar 2019 , 12:41am
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I don't recall ever having the experience myself.  Could it be that your oven temp is incorrect or the rack in the wrong position in the oven?

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Beverly Edwards Posted 14 Mar 2019 , 7:00pm
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How long are you letting them cool in the pan?  I have had this happen or something similar when I cooled my cake too long in the pan before taking out.

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