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Substituting eggs & oil!

I recently made brownies where I used a box of brownie mix and instead of using any eggs and oil, I used a banana that I purred in my magic bullet with some no-sugar added apple sauce. When combined I added it to my mixture, added in another 1/2c apple sauce and put in 2 tbsp of water and mixed. I made my brownies in cupcake pans to make serving size and it was delicious. Very moist, VERY chocolatey with a slight hint of banana in the background!

Substituting eggs & oil!
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I was making cookies with the Duncan Hines Chocolate Chip Cookies mix at my counter.I already made the batter but a little bit powder from the Duncan Hines Red Velvet Cake mix fell in the bowl.Above me is a shelf which has the boxes of all my baking mixes.While I was trying to put the chocolate chip cookie mix back on the shelf,my red velvet cake mix fell down.As I caught the box from falling in the bowl,some of the powder fell in.I mixed it and the cookies came out pink and some had red swirls!


air bubble removal

air bubble removal

after I fill a cake pan with batter I bounce and bang it a little by dropping it on the counter to bring air bubbles to the top before putting it in the oven to bake



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