Cookbook:Cake Mix

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Cake Mix

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Cake mix is a type of preformulated baking mix typically sold in grocery stores.[1]

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

Cake mix generally consists of the "dry" ingredients typically called for in a cake, such as flour, leavening, sugar, salt, etc.

Common Varieties[edit | edit source]

  • Yellow cake
  • White cake
  • Chocolate cake
  • Devil's food cake
  • Red velvet cake
  • Brownie

Use[edit | edit source]

To use cake mix, the cook adds the required liquid ingredients such as eggs, oil, and milk/water. Many recipes will call for cake mix as a component—however, due to the variation in pre-packaged commercial cake mixes, the cook may get different results depending on which brand is used.

Recipes[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Nast, Condé (2023-09-08). "A Fluffy, Tender Boxed Yellow Cake Mix Taste Test". Bon Appétit. Retrieved 2024-02-01.