Don't just say it, bake it.™

Please log in with your username and password.

Make it easy to share with your Facebook or Twitter friends.


Don't just say it, bake it.™

1

Explore Our World

Start with a quick search for a particular flavor…or special occasion…or even your favorite color.
(Frequently Asked Questions)

2

Find Inspiration

We’ll gather some tasty suggestions that match your cravings, revealing ways to make your day delicious!

3

Bake a Memory

The fun has just begun—now you can use your creativity and Duncan Hines® products to bake something delectable, original, and truly you!

« Search Cakes Another Cakes Recipe »

Cakes

Candied Sweet Potatoe Cake

Regina Smith Recipe shared by:
| Follow this Baker

This is a cake that uses left over candied sweet potatoes (mostly syrup though). You just have to add one box of Duncan Hines Yellow Butter Recipe cake mix and 3 eggs to the left over candied sweet potatoes with syrup and bake for about 50 minutes at 350 degrees. What you have is a sweet cake that tastes just like candied sweet potatoes!!

  • Hands-On Time: 10 Minutes
  • Total Time: 1 Hour
  • Servings:
  • Rating:

Ingredients

  • 1 box of Duncan Hines Yellow Butter Recipe cake mix
  • 3 eggs
  • 2 1/2 to 3 cups of left over candied sweet potatoes (mostly syrup)
  • Powdered sugar

Baking Instructions

  1. Place the left over candied sweet potatoes and syrup into mixer.
  2. Add the 3 eggs and 1 box of Duncan Hines Yellow Butter Recipe cake mix.
  3. Mix together until well mixed (about 4 minutes).
  4. Pour into a 2" deep 10" cake pan or use 2 smaller cake pans that are well greased (with butter or butter flavored shortening).
  5. Bake until done. Single large cake pan may take around 50 minutes. Smaller ones around 25 minutes.
  6. Take cake out of pan and sift powdered sugar on it.
  7. You could also put some type of icing on it like a cream cheese icing. However, the cake is already very sweet.

Baker's Club Snapshots

Did You Make This Recipe?

Share if you loved this recipe as is, or if you added your own twist.

Add Your Photo of this Recipe

Tips

Mayonnaise as a replacement for oil and eggs in a cake mix

Mayonnaise as a replacement for oil and eggs in a cake mix

You can substitute the oil and eggs called for in a cake mix by following the directions below: Omit eggs and oil and use ONLY the same amount of Mayonnaise as oil called for in the cake mix directions. You may need to adjust the amount of water. Start by addiing a small amount of water and add more as needed to achieve a cake batter consistency, but do NOT exceed the amount called for in the directions.


mint cookies

mint cookies

Add one half cup of Mint flavored M and M"s to the cookie mix. They are delicious.





Keep Exploring

Back to Top
X

Cake Mixes

Classic

Signature

Decadent

Seasonal

Frosting

Creamy

Whipped

Brownies

Cookies

Muffins

Snack Size

Comstock® and Wilderness Fruit Fillings

Apple

Berry Medley

Blackberry

Blueberry

Cherry

Lemon/Lime

Peach

Raspberry

Strawberry

Fruit Toppers