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No Eggs

I recently did & conquered my fist cake with no eggs. I had a box of white cake mix & was out of eggs, so I searched if I can substitute it & came across using soda instead. I used a 12 ounce can of orange soda and mixed it with the cake mix (only 2 ingredients). I mixed it til it got a peachy color and baked for 30 min. @ 350 degrees. After it was baked & cooled down I used vanilla frosting and added little mandarin wedges for decoration and was done. It was very delicious and airy.

No Eggs
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Frosting Smooth

Frosting Smooth

When frosting a cake with heavy frosting like cream cheese, it makes it go on smoother with a warm spatula. What is do is get a pitcher of HOT water and paper towels. I start with a nice dollop of frosting on my layer; dip your metal spatula in the water, wipe softly with paper towel and then smooth the frosting over the cake layer. Repeating as necessary. Makes for a beautifully, smooth cake.


How to Tell when Bread Dough is Ripe

How to Tell when Bread Dough is Ripe

Bread dough is ripe when it is elastic, the stickiness is gone, and the dough feels dry. If you shape your loaves when the dough is ripe, it will rise high and have better flavor.



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