Hi maybe someone can help,
Was just wondering, I've seen recipes that include adding a boxed cake mix but the recipe that I am making also has eggs listed along with other ingredients. Do u normally make the recipe using the ingredients that's listed on the cake box in addition to the ingredients that the recipe calls for?
I have a hybrid cake in the oven. I didn't have enough carrots for carrot cake and not enough bananas for hummingbird cake. So I morphed them into a pineapple-banana-carrot-pecan-coconut cake. A humming carrot cake? Or a carrot bird cake? Or just a hum-dinger cake? Any suggestions?
It is carnival season again and I am wanting to bake my King Cake like I do every year. My problem is that last year I purchased a convection oven and cheese filled King Cakes can be a bit tricky to get cooked all the way through without the outside getting too brown. Believe me I have ruined a many a King Cake thinking it was perfectly cooked only to cut into them and the center is still raw. I spent one entire season finding the perfect recipe and calculating the perfect temperature and time that was required in my old oven. I would really appreciate not having to go through that process again. Are there any tips or tricks that y'all know of that could help me bake a perfectly cooked King Cake in my convection oven the first try?