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spiced up spice cake

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Duncan Hines Spice cake, all spiced up wonderful to serve with wassle, hot chocolate or cold milk.

  • Hands-On Time: 20 Minutes
  • Total Time: 1 Hour
  • Servings: slice and serve. either warm or room temp.
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Ingredients

  • Duncan Hines spice cake mix, prepare as directed on box
  • as you mix add
  • 1 teaspoon of orange zest, then
  • cut orange and squeeze the juice in to the mix.
  • 2( large) shakes of ground Cinnamon
  • 1 ( slight) shake of ground cloves
  • 1( slight) shake of nutmeg
  • 1( slight) shake of ginger

Baking Instructions

  1. prepare mix by instructions on box.
  2. Add additional spices to taste
  3. Add Orange juice
  4. Add Orange Zest,
  5. Over mix batter with electric mixer
  6. bake per directions on box.
  7. Icing- I use Duncan-Hines Cream Cheese Icing, put in a small bowl and add teaspoon of Orange Zest and 3 table spoons of Fresh squeezed OJ, and mix A few shakes of Cinnamon is an additional ingredient if you like the taste of cinnamon and OJ.

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Tips

beating

beating

sometimes a cookie or cake recipe will tell you to BEAT the batter. even if your too lazy to take the mixer out, do it anyways. beating and hand-mixing make batters different textures. trust me, i have experience! btw- baking is the best thing anyone can ever do, so enjoy it, guys! i know i do! email me for recipes at shaynaberkowitz00@gmail.com


Cutting Brownies

Cutting Brownies

To make cutting brownies a snap, line baking pan with non-stick aluminum foil or parchment paper. After brownies have cooled, remove from pan and place long, serrated edge knife across entire brownie and slice down with one stroke. You can then cut each half in half, each of those halves in half, etc. to make as many or few squares as you wish. The trick is to use a long knife and just push down in one even stroke.





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