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one package cake mix will make 1 8" cake

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You can get a reasonably thick cake with one box of cake mix.


Most cake mixes are for a 9x13 pan which is 117 sq. inches. 12x12 is 144 sq. inches. 1 mix would be enough and shorten the cooking time by 5 to 8 minutes.


Cake mixes can vary in cost. The average grocery-store-bought cake mix can be between $3 and $5. More elaborate, exclusive, or higher-quality (specialty stores, for example) can be $5 to $8.


A standard cake mix yields about 5 cups of batter, and a 12x2 inch cake pan takes 8 cups of batter. If your pan is 3 inches deep instead of 2, you will need 11 cups. So two cake mixes will be about right...you'll have a bit left over with a 12x2.


Ephraim in Hosea 7:88Ephraim mixes himself with the peoples;Ephraim is a cake not turned.


Most store bought cake mixes give you the option of using 2 round (8 or 9 in) cake pans or a single 9X13 in cake pan. The baking times will differ, but you will get the same delicious results.


2 or 3 buy like four boxes and see for yourself


You will need about 1 package of boxed cake mix for the 8'' and 10'' pan. You might need 1.5 to 2 packages for the 14'' pan.


It varies per recipe, and for what you are substituting it in for. Usually, it is 1 can or 8 ounces or so, for the average recipe.


You shouldn't just add flour to the cake mix to stretch it to a third layer, that would upset the delicate balance of flour, protein, acid, leavening agents, and the like. The result wouldn't be good, either from a texture or a taste standpoint. If you want a third layer on your cake, buy an extra box of cake mix and use half of it for the third layer, or buy a bulk cake mix bag from Costco or Smart n' Final, and make the three layers according to the recipe on the bag.


Ingredients1 box yellow cake mix1 package cream cheese (8-oz)1 stick butter1 pound Powdered sugarMix cake mix according to package directions. Pour into well greased (no flour ) 9 x 13 inch pan.Mix cream cheese, butter and powdered sugar together. Spoon over cake batter. Bake at 350 degrees for 35-40 minutes. Turn out while hot and spread, scrapin g over cake.


it will make 2 8" round cakes for two layers


find your recipe, divide the amount by the number of people it's already made for (eg. for 6 people and there's 200g, divide 200 by 6) then times it up again to 8.


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On the back of the cake mix box it might say. Im not exactly sure what you mean by that... so this link might help. http://www.wilton.com/cakes/making-cakes/baking-party-cake-3-inch-pans.cfm


There are all kinds of cake mix cookie recipes depending on what kind of cookie you want to make. Cake mix bar cookies and drop cookies are probably the most popular. Here is a great basic cake mix cookie recipe for easy drop cookies with several variations. Easy Mix & Match Cake Mix Cookie Recipe 1 (18.25-ounce) package of cake mix, your choice of flavors ½ cup (1 stick) butter, softened 2 large eggs 2/3-cup quick cooking oats (not instant) 1 cup total of any of the following optional additions: • Chocolate chips or chunks (semisweet, milk, white, etc.) • Baking chips (butterscotch, peanut butter, cinnamon, etc.) • Candy coated chocolate candies (m&ms) • Toffee baking bits • Chopped nuts (walnuts, pecans, macadamia nuts, etc.) • Dried fruit (raisins, dried cranberries, chopped apricots, etc.) • Sweetened flaked coconut Preheat oven to 350 F. Line cookie sheets with parchment paper for best results. (Alternatively lightly spray cookie sheets with nonstick cooking spray.) In a large bowl beat half the dry cake mix, butter, and eggs with an electric mixer on medium speed until well-blended and smooth, 1 to 2 minutes. Stir in the, remaining cake mix, oats, and optional additions of your choice (1 cup total) with a wooden spoon, just until combined. Roll dough into 1-inch balls and place them 2 inches apart onto prepared cookie sheets. Flatten the cookie dough balls slightly with the back of a fork or the bottom of a glass. Bake for 8 to 11 minutes, or just until the edges are set but the centers are still soft. Remove from the oven and cool the cookies on the cookie sheet for 2 - 3 minutes and then transfer the cookies to a wire rack to cool completely. Yield: Makes about 36 easy mix & match cake mix cookies Easy Mix & Match Cake Mix Cookie Variations: Butterscotch Cake Mix Cookies – Add 1 cup butterscotch cake mix to a yellow cake mix Carrot Raisin Cake Mix Cookies – Add ½ cup raisins and ½ cup walnuts to carrot cake mix Cherry Nut Cake Mix Cookies – Add ½ cup chopped pecans and ½ cup chopped maraschino cherries to cherry chip cake mix. Chocolate Coconut Macadamia Nut Cake Mix Cookies – Add ½ cup coconut and ½ cup chopped macadamia nuts to devil’s food cake mix. Cinnamon Spice Cake Mix Cookies – Add 1 cup cinnamon baking chips to spice cake mix Triple Chocolate Cake Mix Cookies – Add ½ cup chocolate chips and ½ chip white chocolate chips to your favorite chocolate or devil’s food cake mix For more great cake mix cookie recipes visit www.best-ever-cookie-collection.com


A commercial size 1/2 sheet cake pan (2 inches tall) will hold approx. 12 cups of batter. A cake mix can make approx. 4 -- 5 cups of cake batter, although it can vary by 1/2 cup or more depending on how big your eggs are, as well as how long you mix the batter and at what speed. When I bake them, I make 3 boxes. Fill the pan 2/3 full. You'll have a little batter left over. I usually use this to bake a small (6 or 8 inch) cake to throw in the freezer for a rainy day.



An 8 inch square cake can reasonably be divided into 4 pieces, each of which will be 4 inches square.


9 in. round pans are most commonly used when making cakes. According to Betty Crocker's cake mix, the package is enough for one 13x9x2 in pan, two 8" rounds, two 9" rounds, 24 cupcakes or one 12 cup fluted tub (bundt pan).


well if there are 100g of sugar in one cake and you divide the cake into equal pieces say 8 then it would be 12.5g of sugar but it does depend on the size of the piece of cake


A 56-ounce cake weighs 3 pounds 8 ounces.


12-16 depending on how you cut it


An 8 inch round cake pan will hold 4 cups. A 9 inch will take 6 cups, a 10 inch holds 11 cups. A 12 inch pan will hold between 14 to 16 cups, that is about one box of a cake mix. Well, I'm no expert, in fact I was searcing for an answer to a similar question. But I know for a fact that a cake mix is NOT 14-16 cups, I'ts probably more like...4-6 cups. I usually mix my cake mixes in a pampered chef measuring bowl which holds 10 cups total and it's only about half full when I'm done. So....I think we need to do some more research! Well I guess it just depends on what brand use. I use Betty Crocker and you have to add water, eggs and vege oil so it actually turns into quite a bit. I am neither one of the people above. I'm not taking sides but I think its about 8-11 cups. I think 16 is way to much and 4 is just silly.


8 inch cake feeds 12 people, 9 inch cake feeds 16 people, 10 inchcake feeds 20-22 people, 12 inch cakefeeds 30-35 people



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