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To make moisture cake

I never use water when mixing a cake mix. Always substitute milk in place of water. It makes the cake so moist. I always get compliments on how moist my cakes are.

To make moisture cake
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pineapple cake

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I use the pineapple juice from the can of pineapple slices and add enough water to have the correct amount of liquid. This is so good. Adds a touch more flavor and uses up the juice.


Less Water, Better Cookie

Less Water, Better Cookie

I am a very big carrot cake fan in general. Thought I would try the Carrot Cake Cookie recipe on the side of the box. While I followed the directions to the letter, the batter was watery. I continued with the baking and I was disappointed in the appearance and consistency of the cookie. Taste was so so. For anyone trying this in the future, I strongly recommend DISCARDING any remaining water from raisin/carrot soak for starters. (The directions call for including the extra water from the soak...NO, NO, NO.)



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