Thanks Serious_Cakes will try today. P.S. I spent two days seen all your youtube videos, I love them, thank you for doing them. Please make more : )
Hi, Would love to see your videos, can you post the link.
thanks a bunch!
I just have to say your recipe is a lifesaver. I needed a quick yellow cake for a baby shower. I was skeptical at first using crisco, but it actually came out better than using butter. Thank you so much for posting this recipe.
Hello! If I wanted to use this for a 12 inch cake what do I need to do?
I have this cake in the oven right now!! I am excited to taste it. I have made scratch before using butter instead of crisco but I don't like them. Hopefullly I will like this one better. Oh and I saw your video on youtube and wanted to say thank you for posting it, it was awesome.
It tastes like really sweet cornbread.
Where I come from, corn bread is salty, fried and gritty. This cake is not any of those things.
too funny i watch your videos on youtube and here you are never thought id find you on here .. not that you wouldnt be just never thought it hahah =) thanks for the recipe
This is a very good yellow cake recipe. Cake is moist and flavorful. Perfect! Thanks for sharing!
Tired this out tonight, it is so good! very moist
Just tried this cake after searching endlessly for a yellow cake and all I have to say is WOW!!! Awesome flavor and very moist. Client raved and now It's a keeper!! Making it again tonight for the firefighters tomorrow for the 4th of july flag cake. Thanks for posting!!
I was wondering if you think it would be ok to use butter flavored shortening? I'm looking for a recipe to make a cake for my son's birthday, but he wants a buttery cake.....
I haven't tried butter flavored shortening with this, it would probably work the same. However, McCormick and Wilton both make butter flavorings that you could add, I love McCormicks Vanilla Butter and Nut flavoring, tastes sooooo yummy!!
Just tried this recipe and now it is my new recipe for cakes. I love it!! Thanks for posting such an easy and great tasting recipe.
I tried to comment on your video but it's not allowed. Can you tell me if this is dense enough to stack please?
Waoo thank you for this recipe.. is very easy and taste really good.
I tried with butter flavored shortening, which gave it a nice flavor but it was sort of gritty, like cornbread.
Would this cake be dense enough for stacking, carving, and themed cakes?
Just pulled this cake out of the oven. All I've done is taste the crumbs and it's to die for!!!!! Can't wait for it to finish cooling so I can get this puppy frosted and decorated so we can eat it!! The only thing I did with the recipe was add yellow food coloring to give it better color. Otherwise, I followed it to a T!
this cake is the bomb! MOIST MOIST MOIST! I have been searching for a universal batter that can be used for many flavors and this is it. I Personally, think that it is sorta bland as is. I used 1/2 the recipe in the plain form - as the recipe is listed above. then I took 1/2 of the recipe and added 1 tblsp. cinnamon, and a couple shakes of the apple pie spice to the mix. then I placed it in cupcake molds w/ papers- and on top, I added a struesel mix that I just made up on a whim. it was like, brown sugar, cinnamon, and a little bit of butter to hold it all together. mixed just a little till struesel like and put a little on top of each cupcake. It was DELISH! you could add butter and almond extract for a delicious butter almond wedding cake, or coconut extract and some coconut for a killer coconut cake. I have LOTS of ideas and experimenting to do with this one. but, TRULY happy with the first batch.
Did not like this at all. I agree with another poster-tastes like sweet cornbread. It was slightly smoother, but didn't taste anything like a yellow cake.
I also did not like this at all. Sweet corn bread is a very accurate description. Tried it with icing also and it did not compliment... not a keeper.