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Dairy Free Cake

Use a dairy free (just check the label of the particular cake flavor) Duncan Hines cake mix and one 12 oz can of pop to make moist dairy free cakes or cupcakes!

Dairy Free Cake
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Filling Your Cupcakes Is Easy

Filling Your Cupcakes Is Easy

You can easily add a filling to your cupcakes without having a fancy, expensive cupcake tool. Simply use an apple corer. Insert it into the center of your cupcake, gently twist from side to side, pulling out at the same time. This will take the center out of your cupcake leaving a nice little hole for your filling!! Works perfectly everytime!! Then you cut your leftover 'core' in half if you want and place the leftover half back on top of your filling. Or just frost over, whichever.


Baking with soy

Baking with soy

I am allergic to milk. I use soy every time a recipe calls for milk. I use soy whether I am making mashed potatoes or pudding. There has never been a problem. Soy or Veggie cheese makes a great grilled cheese sandwich.



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