I'm alittle confused :p ~ the cup of white chocolate pudding does this mean prepared pudding or 1 cup of pudding powder from the box ? please help !
I am with jamie1956 is it prepared pudding or the powder? Sounds yummy so if you could clear this up would love to try it! Thanks
Third time is the charm. I had the same question. Would really like to try this one if we could get the answer.
Hello Girl's, I did some research on this recipe & SuzyNoQ had posted "I always use a doctored cake mix, I do a variation of wasc. I add 1 cup prepared pudding (flavor that goes well with cake mix flavor) " I will make this cake today & use prepared Pudding. I will post how it come's out !
use the mix
Hello Ladies, I followed the recipe & used prepared pudding ( make pudding as directed on box) it turned out awesome ! the cake is moist & has so much favor, im going to make this again but in Chocolate. Yummy ♥
ok i made this cake i put the cake mix and pudding unmade so just add all the dry indgrendents and then liquid it was very good 1 box of cake mix will make two 8 in rounds 1 inch high on each round. my 4 yr old loved it!!!!!
i didn't waste any time trying out this recipe. i used powdered pudding mix - i actually put in a little more than a cup since the packages of pudding are a little less than a cup. IT WAS ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS. i baked it at 345 degrees since it was going to have extra dry ingredients in it and it baked perfect. i used it in a wedding cake this last weekend and it was a very big hit. will have to try it will prepared pudding. my nephew and i were fighting over the scraps of cake.
Sorry about the confusion, I used prepared budding.
This sounds wonderful. What frosting did everyone use? I am struggling to decide what would be a good compliment.
I tried this recipe, it made 2 8" round cakes only 1" high, is that correct? or did i do something wrong. tasted great, but i was expecting it to be a thicker fuller cake. I used the prepared pudding recipe.
Different brands of cake mix vary in size and yield. Whipping the egg whites first might make it fluffier. i've made this with the dry pudding mix (sugar free) and its yummy lots of compliments.
I'm going to try a browned buttercream with this cake soon.
Two questions concerning this recipe that I want to verify before I give this a try. First, do you REALLY mean a tablespoon of vanilla extract? Just want to double check as this is quite an increase from the average amount normally put into a cake batter the amount that would be made using one cake mix package. Next, I'm assuming the pudding you are referring to is a cup of prepared custard-type pudding either from a box (either instant or the cooked version) , the plastic-cup version (the type which are used for lunchboxes) or a homemade custard type of pudding. I'm assuming this cup is NOT the dry instant pudding mix which is so often used to embellish cake mixes into more elaborate cakes. If I'm making the wrong assumptions about this please let me know. I'm very curious to give this a try and see how it is.
I'm sure I meant a tsp and just typed it wrong. I used a cup of pudding that I mixed from a powder. (I believe it was instant pudding)