DIY Recipe: Delicious Boxed Cake Mixes: Substitutions to make taste homemade

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Boxed Cake Mixes: Substitutions to make taste homemade. To get an extra rich and moist cake, stir in two extra egg yolks along with the eggs the recipe calls for (save the egg whites to make these delicious meringues). For a lighter and more airy cake, use only egg whites (and save the egg yolks for crème brûlée). Thankfully, mixes are incredibly easy to soup up; substitute an ingredient here or add an ingredient there, and you'll have all the flavor of a homemade cake, with all the ease of a boxed mix.

Boxed Cake Mixes: Substitutions to make taste homemade Melted Butter – Substitute vegetable oil with melted butter or margarine for added flavor. *Cakes already have salt in them, so I recommend using unsalted butter. Use vanilla or the same flavor as your boxed cake mix for added richness flavor. Even if you make no other adjustments to the cake mix ingredients, this step will have your dinner guests fooled. You can make Boxed Cake Mixes: Substitutions to make taste homemade using 6 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Boxed Cake Mixes: Substitutions to make taste homemade

  1. You need of Whole Milk.
  2. Prepare of More Eggs.
  3. Prepare of Sour Cream.
  4. Prepare of Vanilla and Salt.
  5. You need of Melted Butter.
  6. Prepare of Mayonnaise.

Or to make a basic yellow cake, use the following instructions. Last but by no means least… It's time to decorate your cake. Don't have the time to make homemade frosting? The result is so soft, creamy and easy to spread!

Boxed Cake Mixes: Substitutions to make taste homemade instructions

  1. Substitute whole milk for water..
  2. Substitute 3-4 eggs instead of 2 eggs..
  3. Add 1/2 c sour cream to mix..
  4. Add 1 tsp Vanilla and 1/4 tsp Salt..
  5. Substitute melted butter for oil..
  6. Add 1 Tbsp Mayonnaise..

Here are a few tips to get you started. This is how to make box mix taste homemade. You guys know, no one loves a cake made from scratch more than I do! But sometimes, I just gotta bust out the box mix. Usually for red velvet cake or chocolate cake when I want a nice flavor but don't have time bake from scratch.