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This can be used with any flavor cake mix or frosting-the variations are endless!

  • Hands-On Time: 10 Minutes
  • Total Time: 1 Hour 10 Minutes
  • Servings: 12
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Ingredients

  • 1 box cake mix
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup oil
  • 1 can frosting

Baking Instructions

  1. Combine all ingrediants in bowl, except for the frosting.
  2. Add 3/4 of the frosting and mix just until blended.
  3. Pour in greased 12 cup bundt pan and bake 1 hour at 350 degrees.
  4. While baking, mix 2 tsp. milk with remaining frosting, and then drizzle over cooled cake.
  5. My family loves the Duncan Hines lemon cake mix with lemon frosting!

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Butter, Margarine or Shortening for Oil

Butter, Margarine or Shortening for Oil

You may substitute these fats instead of oil, but you'll have to melt it and then measure in its liquid form. Use the exact amount specified in the recipe. Also, remember to cool it down before adding it to your favorite mix.


Crisco over Pam

Crisco over Pam

I just recently found out. IF you are baking a cake it is better to you Crisco over Pam, simply because Pam has a better chance of letting your cake stick to the pan. But rubbing Crisco over ALL sections of the pan will limit chances for cake crumbling and sticking. -Passionate_Baker





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