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Black walnut cake

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If you like the taste of black walnuts this is the cake to try. When I was young, my mother use to buy these of the Lancaster Amish. Truly delicious.

  • Hands-On Time:1 Hour 30 Minutes
  • Total Time: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
  • Servings:
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Ingredients

  • one box of Duncan Hines Moist white cake
  • one cup of chopped black walnuts
  • two cans of duncan hines cream cheese frosting/or make your own

Baking Instructions

  1. Prepare the cake as directed on the cake mix
  2. fold in a half of cup of black walnuts
  3. bake according to box directions
  4. ice the cooled cake with cream cheese icing
  5. sprinkle the rest of the chopped black walnut on the top of the cake
  6. totally yummy

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Tips

Ensure Your Cake Rises

Ensure Your Cake Rises

There are three possibilities which may prevent your cake from rising. Your mix may be too liquidy; remember to measure your ingredients accurately. Or, your pan may be too large. Always follow the recommended pan size for best results. Finally, your oven may be too cool; use an oven thermometer to measure the correct temperature when heating or preheating your oven.


Moister Cake & Easy to Frost

Moister Cake & Easy to Frost

After you cool the cakes in the cake pans, loosen the cakes in the pan and turn upside down on a piece of reynolds wrap...large enough to wrap each layer like a package. Put each layer in the freezer marked with flavor and cake size. Prepare your boards, buttercream, filling etc. When you take frozen cakes from the freezer you will notice that one side is flatter and gives a crisper edge for the top layers. The cake will be easy to frost,not drag crumbs as much and is the moistest cake ever.





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