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 Post subject: Brides Cake from the cook book
PostPosted: Mon Dec 15, 2003 3:46 pm 
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I'm suppose to bake a wedding cake for a friends daughter next August. She wants a white cake with pale yellow buttercream frosting. I was going to make the brides cake found in the cake mix doctor cookbook, but this cake turns out a pale yellow, even though a white cake mix is used. Is there any way to get the same delicious tasting result leaving the cake white. I'm assuming the eggs make the color, but don't think using just egg whites will give the same result in the taste. Any ideas?
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 17, 2003 10:29 am 
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Thanks Jessica .....I thought the eggs may have given the color but you're right, it's the butter. I'd hate to lose the flavor and texture that the butter gives so I'll try the whitener. Thanks again


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The white chocolate cake from either the Ebony and Ivory cake in CMD1 turns out fairly white. And so does the cake in the Lemon Lover's White Chocolate in CMD2 as well. And both are extremely tasty. They look very golden in the pans but I was very surprised to see how white the cake remained once we cut into them.

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