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jello icing for cakes

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jello icing for most all cakes

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Ingredients

  • 1-box jello gelatin
  • same amount of confectioner sugar
  • small drops of water
  • jello will need to be flavor match to cake mix
  • i.e. orange on orange, lemon on lemon
  • in mixing bowl combine sugar and jello with small amt dropped water
  • do not make it too thin make it creamy
  • pour on cake and spread

Baking Instructions

  1. remember: cake mix flavor to match jello flavor
  2. i would like a feedback once you have tried this ..
  3. ppl i serve love this combination

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Juice or Milk for Water

Juice or Milk for Water

You can substitute juice or milk instead of water in cakes. However, follow these precautionary measures: For juice, you may only use fresh. Canned juices contain methyl silicone that can prevent cakes from rising to their full potential. Fresh juice should be used in ratio with water to avoid a dry, coarse texture. For milk, use the exact amount specified by the recipe.


High Altitude Instructions are a recipe for failure

High Altitude Instructions are a recipe for failure

DO: add the extra flour, alter the amounts of oil and water as indicated in the high altitude instructions. DO NOT: Bake at 375 unless you intend to use the finished product as a weapon (i.e., blunt instrument) DO: Bake for the length of time that is recommended. BONUS TIP: Add a fourth egg. This will compensate for the issues with a sunken cake center - even when using 8 inch rounds.





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