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Duncan Hines Coconut Pecan Frosting Cake

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A very moist cake. Delicious enough for company. Just try it you will enjoy it as much as we do. Even the kids love it. Could be used for any occasion. Just has too cook longer than most cakes but its worth it.

  • Hands-On Time: 20 Minutes
  • Total Time: 1 Hour 50 Minutes
  • Servings: 12-14
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Baking Instructions

  1. Mix all ingredients in mixing bowl until mixed.
  2. Pour into tube pan that has been greased and floured.
  3. Bake 1 hr. and 30 mins at 300 degrees done or Insert toothpick is clean and begans to pull away from sides.
  4. Cool about 10 mins in pan; then turning out on cake plate.

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Very moist cakes

Very moist cakes

Try baking your cakes at 25 degrees less than called for in the recipes. Cake gets done in about the same amount of time but stays very moist and less chance of a rounded top.


cake box cookie - not

cake box cookie - not

Ok what not to do. Started making the double choc. cake box cookies. I was co-pilot and my wife in the pilot's seat. Half way through I realize she has somehow combined the cake recipe and the cookie recipe. We attempted to fix - She added 3 eggs 1 cup water while I prepped the nuts, butter, vanilla and chips. I stopped her and started 'fixing'. Added just over 1/4 cup of flour as well as the other ingredients, mixed and hoped for the best. Well they are cookie shaped and soft and moist not really a cookie and too flat to be cake. But as I was eating one I had an epiphany. They would be perfect for whoopie cakes! Now I have to make some frosting.





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