Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Getting Out Of The Box And A Yellow Cake Recipe...

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 Making a yellow cake mix from scratch.
The goal is to find one that will produce,
a moist and semi-light texture.
Not a puffed air texture like you get from a box mix.

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I baked this cake in two 9inch round pans.
It was nice that it was not in my usual 9x13 pan size.

This cake baked up very moist and hardy.
It tasted like a shortbread cookie.
I used a basic buttercream frosting for this yellow cake.
It is nice to make a cake from scratch because you know
Exactly what has gone into it!

Here is the link for this cake;
Yellow Scratch Cake


Vicky Hunt said...

Yum! Your cake looks delicious.....wish I had a piece right about now! I have such a sweet tooth...:) I'll have to try the recipe out sometime!

Blessings, Vicky
Life On Willie Mae Lane

Valencia Jones-Edwards said...

Looks heavenly!

Pam said...

It looks beautiful and delicious... you better save me a piece! I love that its a layer cake.

Katy~The Country Blossom said...

Oh it looks delicious!

Mrs.C said...

Yours looks very good! My scratch cakes never taste that good and the texture isn't right, I'll have to try your recipe! Mmmm Shortbread flavor? That sounds perfect!

NanaDiana said...

Every once in a while I get ambitious and bake a cake from scratch. There is really nothing like it, is there? Yours looks really good! xo Diana

Marie said...

Mmm Mmmm Mmmm Roxy! Your cake is so beautiful and I am now wanting to come over for a bite! Will you get the tea on? I will bring the boys!

Just popping in to tell you I love you and miss you so much.

Karen said...

It looks delicious, Roxy! I used to make a German chocolate pound cake from scratch that was very moist. Thank you for visiting my blog and for your kind words!

Cottage Sweet Cottage said...

I've got to say that I love boxed cakes because they are so easy and fluffy! But I'd love to find a tried and true recipe for vanilla and chocolate and if you share your recipe I'd try it!

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