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Black walnut cake

Debra Hardin Recipe shared by:
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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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Turn it Vegetarian

Turn it Vegetarian

My kiddo is allergic to eggs, so baking a regular cake presents a problem. Here is my solution: Replace the eggs on the back of the box with either flavored soda or applesauce. There is no exact amount. You just add it in until you get the right consistency. Less than one can of coke or root beer for a dark cake, sprite for a white cake, or a flavored soda for a flavored cake or about a cup of applesauce for any flavor should be enough to take care of your vegetarian baking needs!!


Dry Cakes are Yuckie

Dry Cakes are Yuckie

To prevent your cakes from drying out add a package of instant pudding and 1/2 the milk the pudding box requires to make the actual pudding. ie: if you were to make chocolate pudding the box says use 2 cups of cold milk. If you are adding the pudding to a cake use only 1 cup of cold milk. Note: adding the pudding make the cake very dense and you will need to lower the tempurature of the oven from 350 to 325 or 300 and bake cake for an extra 20 to 30 min depending on your oven.





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