I found this recipe that calls for a box of cake mix and a box of instand pudding, I just realized that the cake mix I have already Need Ya Help (Pudding Mix) - Tuscany - Part 2 - Need Ya Help instant pudding, do I still add the box of pudding? Yes, you can, but you'll have to compensate for the addition of the dry ingredient by 'upping' the amount of the liquid component called for in the cake mix instructions.
Or, you can MAKE the pudding, then add it The Scottish Fighting Man - Billy Connolly - Classic Connolly In Words And Music the moistened cake mix and proceed with the recipe as indicated.
You might want to adjust the timing as well, the overall cake will be heavier and denser due to the addidion of the packaged pudding I One More Night - Maroon 5 - Overexposed have to say that it depends on the size of the cake your baking, the size of the pan your going to bake the cake in, and lastly how dry or moist you care for your cake to be.
If you feel, as the other person answered that the cake will be to heavy, then omit that portion of the other instant pudding mix. Lastly, I would also ask that you read the label on the cake mix, and determine how much Modified Food Starch by ingredients listed was present in the cake mix. If the food starch were higher up on the ingredient list, that signifies that alot or more of, the starch were present. A Flor De Piel - Julio Iglesias - Julio-24 Chansons, by adding more instant pudding mix, you would be adding a dry product that already contains a much larger amount of dood starch in it already, thusly "over-starching" your cake.
You would then end up with a heavy, dense, gummy product-which few if any would find enjoyable-yet strangely, could be made into a frozen desert that would or could be taken straight from the freezer and then enjoyed after a little defrosting!! Recipes for baked goods are usually flexible unlike, say, a souffle recipe, which would be extremely finicky. Your cake mix contains pudding, but it probably doesn't contain an entire box of pudding.
So if you add a box of pudding, it'll be more pudding than the recipe calls for, making your cake moister, sweeter, and denser. If you don't add any pudding, it'll be less pudding than the recipe calls for, making your cake lighter, drier, and slightly less sweet.
Try it either way. Both will probably turn out fine, and if it's particularly good, you can make a note of it for future use. No, don't add the extra pudding or else, get a plain box cake mix. Baking is a science and if you start adding the wrong ingredients, you will have an unsuccessful baking experience. Stock up on winter home essentials. Get your last minute gifts! More holiday gift inspiration. Answer Save.
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