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Peachy Keen Ice Cream Cake

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Peachy Keen Ice Cream Cake is the coolest treat around. Frosty peaches 'n cream and luscious preserves layered into a delicious Duncan Hines Classic White Cake. Guaranteed to chill you out.

  • Hands-On Time: 30 Minutes
  • Total Time: 6 Hours
  • Servings: Makes 12 servings.
  • Difficulty: Pretty Easy
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Baking Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Spray two 8" round pans with no-stick cooking spray.
  2. Blend cake mix, water, oil, egg whites and sour cream in large bowl at low speed until moistened [about 30 seconds]. Beat at medium speed for 2 minutes. Pour batter in pans and bake immediately.
  3. Bake for 32 to 35 minutes. Cool in pan on wire rack for 15 minutes. Remove from pan and cool completely.
  4. Combine preserves, cinnamon and nutmeg in small bowl. Place one cake layer on serving platter. Spread half of the preserves mixture over top. Spread softened ice cream over preserves. Spread remaining preserves mixture to within ½ of edge. Place remaining cake layer on top and press down lightly.
  5. Wrap cake in plastic wrap and freeze for 3 to 4 hours. Remove from freezer and frost sides and top of cake with frosting. Garnish with white chocolate shavings and cookies if desired.

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Cakes not rising?

Cakes not rising?

I am trouble recently with cakes not rising. I only use Duncan Hines mixes and always with good results. Not sure what has changed (mix reformulated perhaps?). The mixes I've used these past few months (Yellow, Chocolate Fudge, Vanilla & Pineapple) all bake with a reduced rise. Also, the texture seems a bit off. If it 'aint broke .....


Rolled fondant -vs- gum paste

Rolled fondant -vs- gum paste

Most of my customers do not like the taste of rolled fondant, so I tell them I will use buttercream icing and get it as smooth as I possibly can with the use of hot boiling water. Dip the metal spatula into the pot of boiling water and smooth down the icing. I use gum paste for some of the decorations. They seem to like the taste of gum paste better than rolled fondant. Which it is better to remove the decoration of gum paste than to romove the rolled fondant from a cake if not wanted.





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