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Mayonnaise as a replacement for oil and eggs in a cake mix

You can substitute the oil and eggs called for in a cake mix by following the directions below: Omit eggs and oil and use ONLY the same amount of Mayonnaise as oil called for in the cake mix directions. You may need to adjust the amount of water. Start by addiing a small amount of water and add more as needed to achieve a cake batter consistency, but do NOT exceed the amount called for in the directions.

Mayonnaise as a replacement for oil and eggs in a cake mix
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Multi Layered Cakes

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By cooking in sheets the layers you can create simple and professional result. Eating a cake prepared in this way provides a moist multi layered experience allowing for many opportunities for creative flavor changes. Try making a cake with two or three compatible layers for greater variety. DH Moist Deluxe Devils Food Cake Mix with Moist Deluxe Orange Supreme Cake Mix


whoopie pies

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Ok The cookies we made today that were kind of flat and more cake than cookie worked great as whoopie pies. I made a quick cream cheese frosting and it is great with the cookies. I'm glad it worked out.



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