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For a Moist Cake

The main reason cakes become dry is they are over-baked. As a rule, check the cake at the shorter end of the baking time range. If your cake doesn't test done with a toothpick, return it to the oven for the full baking time.

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I always use unsweetend apple sauce instead of oil

I always use unsweetend apple sauce instead of oil

Use the same measurement of applesauce in place of oil. Everything you bake will be very moist and never dry,


Preventing Peaks & Tunnels

Preventing Peaks & Tunnels

You can avoid peaks and tunnels if you add the liquid to the dry ingredients and stir only until they are moistened. If you stir out all the lumps, your muffins will have peaks and tunnels and may also have a tough texture.



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