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instant pudding vs. cook & serve

I have seen several rum cake recipes. Some call for instant pudding and some call for cook and serve. Aside from the two different types of pudding all the remaining ingredients are the same. Does anybody know what the difference is between instant and cook and serve pudding and how it affects the cake?

instant pudding vs. cook & serve

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No Eggs

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.


Vanilla

Vanilla

Always use real vanilla extract rather than imitation extract. You will notice the difference every time!



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