I recently learned about mud cakes. I haven't baked one yet but wanting to try. I have heard of a Mississippi mud cake but wondering if anyone knows if there is a difference between a Mississippi mud cake and an Australian mud cake? Thank you
Also I came across on the women's weekly a recipe for American mud cake as well as the Mississippi mud cake. I know there must be.a difference between all three. What's the difference in the American mud cake and the Australian mud cake? Thank you
i’ve actually asked this before and I still don’t know — hope you/we find out — I wonder if a Texas sheet cake is also a cousin to the mud cakes — idk
I don't know either, as I've only made Applegum Pams' mud cake - Australian!! and it's the bomb. try this recipe.
oh I love the cross continent converter! what happens is see grams and I run — because i’ve tried to convert this and no es bueno — but I see the clear distinction between liquid and dry — perfect! then the gram converter — perfect! except the converter won’t come up on my phone but that’s ok too because I have to avoid sugar like the plague —
but anyhow — ver ver ver good stuff here! multiplied thank youd to apple gum pam and sweet mb
I found these two websites that explain it in detail.
thank you — interesting reading — but aussies have vanilla ones too — maybe like pound cake? and they seem to bake them in thick as in tall layers — but I never got the impression they were bundt cakes — then I know some bakers use the parchment collars in regular cake pans to bake them up tall — idk — since I can’t eat them anymore I’m out of the loop although still curious —
i think the different confections, continents and conversions will not allow same results— not to mention different ingredients — similar probably but...idk