Amanda Camden-Spina Recipe

How to make Cake Mix with Pudding

By Amanda Camden-Spina MyKitchenIsMyCastle


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Amanda's Story

Though I love to cook, I'm fairly new to baking "outside the box" lol. I've seen several wonderful sounding recipes I'd like to try, listing cake mix with pudding as an ingredient. Yay!! Right up my alley! =D

But wait, I've never seen a cake mix with pudding. Hmmmm.... So I did a little internet digging and found this article/recipe. Thought I'd share it for anyone else out there who was scratching their heads.

"You can use cake mix with an additional ingredient to make it taste moist and homemade: pudding. Adding an instant-pudding mix to your cake mix and altering the other ingredient amounts and bake time will produce a delicious cake--and no one will detect that it started with a mix.

Difficulty: Moderately Easy"

Source: ehow.com/how_4868568_add-pudding-cak...

Ingredients

1 box
cake mix, any flavor
1 box
instant pudding, any flavor (4 serving size)
4
eggs
1 c
water
1/3 c
vegetable oil
1 c
sour cream (optional)

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Additional items needed: Mixing bowl, electric beater, cooking spray/butter, 9x13 inch cake pan, toothpicks.
2
Select identical flavors of cake mix and instant-pudding mix, such as chocolate cake mix and chocolate pudding. If you want a more complex cake flavor, select complementing cake and pudding mix flavors, such as yellow cake mix and lemon instant-pudding mix.
3
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
4
Grease the cake pan with nonstick cooking spray or butter. (I flour my cake pans as well, but it's not required.)
5
Combine the cake and pudding mixes with a spoon in a large mixing bowl.
6
Add four eggs, 1 cup water and 1/3 cup vegetable oil. If you wish to make a denser cake (similar to a pound cake) add 1 cup sour cream.
7
Beat all the ingredients until combined with an electric mixer on medium speed. The batter will be much thicker than regular cake batter.
8
Pour the batter into the greased cake pan and bake it for approximately 50 minutes.
9
Insert a toothpick in the middle of the cake and remove it. If the toothpick comes out clean with no raw batter, the cake is done.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cakes, Puddings
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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11 Comments

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Eileen Deutsch EileenDeutsch
Tuesday at 6:11 PM
I've been making a chocolate pudding tube cake for years with chocolate cake mix, chocolate pudding and the above requisite ingredients. I'm gluten free now, having been diagnosed with celiac disease, and have been making the same recipe with gluten free cake mix. I add a couple handfuls of chocolate chips and coarsely chopped and roasted nuts to the bottom of the tube pan before adding the batter, I also have been experimenting with yellow GF cake mix and lemon or butterscotch pudding mix, I crush macadamia nuts on the bottom of the tube pan and add chopped dates to the batter, then sometimes I make a cream cheese frosting.
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Crystal Amidon Crystal_Amidon
Tuesday at 2:30 PM
I want to make a cupcake version do I need to do anything different
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Kay Rouse Kay_Rouse
Feb 12, 2015
I would like to know if the cook and serve pudding mixes are interchangeable with the instant pudding mixes. I am making a pie with cream cheese and it calls for instant but I only have the cooking kind. Thank you!
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Katie Williams Niemeyer ktjean2000
Jan 29, 2015
I made this but substituted buttermilk for water...and vanilla pudding for chocolate(all i had) so we shall see how it turns out!! Its cookin right now!! Yummy
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Amanda Camden-Spina MyKitchenIsMyCastle
Jan 4, 2014
@ Vee - So sorry I didn't see your comment before! I've added your fabulous creation to my ever growing list of twists to try. Thank you so much for sharing!

@ Elaine - Oh wow, that sounds heavenly! I'm sure your guests will love it, as I know I definitely would. :)