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Strawberry cake made better

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This is strawberry cake with a little tasteful change

  • Hands-On Time: 15 Minutes
  • Total Time: 45 Minutes
  • Servings:
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  • 1 Box Duncan Hines Strawberry cake mix
  • 1 Box Confectioners sugar
  • 2 - 16 oz. containers frozen strawberries (I use the ones with added sugar)
  • Eggs
  • Oil (if the cake mix directions call for it)

Baking Instructions

  1. CAKE
  2. Pour cake mix into good size mixing bowl.
  3. Use instructions for cake mix with exception of adding water.
  4. Replace water ingredient with frozen strawberries (thawed). Use at least 1 full 16-oz container.
  5. (use your own judgement for thinkness of cake mix after adding frozen strawberries, you may want to add part from the second 16-oz container).
  6. Set aside remaing strawberries, these will be used for the glaze.
  7. Spray cooking pan, I use a 9 x 13 glass one
  8. Use cooking guide on cake mix box.
  9. GLAZE
  10. Mix remaing strawberries with confectioners sugar until you have the consistency you desire.
  11. Using a fork, poke holes in cake, this allows the glaze to ooze into the cake. Pour the glaze over the cake. You can eat right away, but is better if you let the glaze ooze into the cake and set for a few hours.

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Moister spice cake

Moister spice cake

My maternal great-grandmother LOVED to bake and one of her favorite cakes to bake was a spice cake. People always asked her how she would get her cake to be so moist, She wouldn't tell her secret, but I know it. If you are looking for a way to make your spice cakes more moist, just add a half a cup of water to the batter when mixing. If you decide you want to freeze the cake for a month or so, and then take it out of the freezer to thaw, it will remain moist when you are ready to cut it

easy cleanup

easy cleanup

When baking anything that calls for oil, peanut butter, shortening, etc, and eggs crack the egg first into the measuring cup, pour out and measure the next ingredient. It will slide out with no mess.

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