If you have half of the chocolate cake and then eat it how much chocolate cake do you have left?
If you have half of something and you eat that half you have none; don't forget, "You can't have your cake and eat it too."
You wont have any cake left You wont have any cake left NONE!! lol u wont hav any left!
It depends on how much chocolate cake you have !!
Yes, hot chocolate powder is much the same as powdered chocolate.
depends on how much cake you eat!!
Depends on how big the cake is.
It depends on brand and type of cake but not to much of it is chocolate most of it is coco powder and flavorings.
Yes, adding one or two ounces of melted baking chocolate to a cake mix would produce a chocolate cake. The more melted chocolate added, the richer the chocolate flavor. However, adding too much melted chocolate could alter the texture of the finished cake.
it depends, how big is the cake?
If Jackie has 1/3 of half a cake then he had half of half a cake. This is a math problem.
The amount of butter in chocolate cake varies in different recipes, so it is not possible to give a general answer that applies for all chocolate cakes.
That can only be determined by referring to the specific recipe for the actual cake in question, since different chocolate cake recipes call for various amounts and types of fat.
This is more of a matter of taste I'd say, however, I'd suggest using Mint Extract in place of the normal vanilla. Vanilla extract is called for in most chocolate cake recipes, it enhances the chocolate flavoring, to make a mint cake, just substitute a mint extract for the vanilla.
Usually, mud cakes are a lot richer than regular chocolate cakes and much denser (heavier). And in my opinion, YUMMIER!
well if you want me to give you a math question here goes... 6x + 3x = 99 what is x? x + y = 28 x + 2y = 45 what does x and y equal? in a story book three children start eating cake. Matt eats half, Bavika eats a third and dawn eats a quarter, how much cake is left? a: a lot is left b: half is left c: a little… Read More
$6.59 without tax
Depends on how much cake but usually 2 large eggs.
i think about 300 to 400 hp
seven or eight
very much so.
Brownies are denser. The proportions of sugar / fat / flour are different in brownies and chocolate cakes. Brownies have relatively little flour and more cocoa (or chocolate) than chocolate cakes have. That is why one eats a much smaller piece of brownies than one eats of chocolate cake.
The Characters Ponyboy, Darry, and Soda like to Eat chocolate cake because they like it. They also really like to have chocolate milk. They are pretty much Chocolate freaks. I believe in the book pony mentioned something about that if they had chocolate cigarettes he'd be set for life. Hope this answers your question.
I wouldn't take much to persuade me to have a piece of that chocolate cake.
A half a cup
One package of (dry) chocolate cake mix is usually 16 to 22 ounces (depending on the brand and variety), and will produce about one 10-inch round cake or a standard 9x13 cake pan or about 1.5 to 2 dozen standard sized cupcakes, with the potential for some extras.
Can you add cocoa powder to a vanilla cake recipe to make it chocolate and if so how much would you add?
Yes you can, but to do this you have to replace some of the flour with cocoa powder. Generally you can work along the following line: if the vanilla cake recipe calls for 125g of flour, you can replace 25g of the flour with cocoa and then you would have a chocolate cake.
Oh yes, lots and lots. how much is thre though u breff
Roughly a half-pound
Bittersweet chocolate contains more cocoa than sugar. Semisweet chocolate has half as much sugar as cocoa, and is a little sweeter.
you can fill it half way or a little more
Information taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_chocolate_cake . This cake is actually not a traditional German dessert. The original recipe was sent by a homemaker in Dallas in 1957 to a newspaper in Texas. It used Baker's German's Sweet Chocolate, which was created in 1852 by an Englishman named Samuel German for the Baker's chocolate brand. Coconut is also a major baking product of the company. The cake became quite popular and General Foods - which owned Baker's… Read More
With rice flour. I would expect it to not rise as much and be very prone to falling in the center.
That depends entirely on the cake and many recipes would not using icing at all. You should use chocolate icing and make sure its enough to cover the surfact of the cake. Nevertheless, the best thing to do is find a particular recipe and follow it (try cooks.com). In time you'll get used to it and will be able to make it the way YOU like it.
Add plain cocoa into it the unsweetened kind, you need to taste the batter, start with 1 tablespoon at a time, it can turn the batter bitter if you use too much
Cut it very slowly. Make sure the cake is fully cooled, and try to cut straight through and not saw at it very much, as that will cause it to crumble.
If he gives away 2/3 of what he had, he has a quarter of a cake left.
It will probably take 1-1/2 boxes. Fill the pan roughly half full & use the rest for cupcakes.
well even though i am 10 i have made a cupcake befor and i think about half of one of those little cup cake things
Since that is close to its half-life, about half the original quantity will be left.
They vary in price across the range, I recently purchased a house design 10 portion cake with marshmallow tower smothered in chocolate, this cost approx 40.00 including delivery to west Yorkshire
Chocolate is terrible for dogs. Unless you want to see your dog in pain, DON'T GIVE THEM CHOCOLATE! White chocolate is the least toxic, moving on to milk chocolate, then dark, then bakers is bad, bad, bad because 1oz will kill a 10 pound dog. Cocoa mulch is bad, too. Should your dog ingest chocolate (like mine did) make the dog throw up IMMEDIATELY! Mine ate one quarter of a freshly baked chocolate cake with… Read More
cake needs oil to help it stay moist and rich also it helps it bind, not as much as the eggs do but you still dont have to put oil in the cake mix. You can put the cake mix in a bowl...add one egg...and about 3/4 of a cup of pop(it depends on white or chocolate...if chocolate than you should use a darker pop, if it is a white or yellow cake than use… Read More
For example, if you fill a cake pan more than half full... the cake will rise higher than the pan. The only problem with that is when leveling the cake, you might have to take more off if the sides are not even and the good part is it gives it more height. I have never really had anything else go wrong by putting in too much, it is pretty much your own opinion.
Actually, none. Chocolate powder (whether cocoa powder or drinking chocolate) is not a good substitute for chocolate, because both powders have had the cocoa butter removed. Cocoa butter is a key ingredient in chocolate (it gives chocolate the melting at body temperature quality, which is pretty much the basis of chocolate) - it is a fat, so it adds moistness and enhances the crumbly texture of cakes. Since chocolate powder contains no cocoa butter, the… Read More
A particular element has a half life of 27 daysafter 54 days how much of the radioactive material is left?
The half life is the time it takes for half the atoms in a given sample to decompose. Knowing this then after 27 days there is half the amount left. After 54 days then there is half that half left so that's a quarter.
It depends on you! I eat half of a slice of pound cake every day and it's the perfect amount for me. It soothes my sweet tooth and doesn't make me feel gross.
According to researchers, an ideal amount of chocolate you should eat every day is 6.7 grams. This amount is less than half a bar a week.
Chocolate should last longer in better-sealed, airtight containers, much like any other food. Keeping chocolate in a sealed tin should extend the freshness much longer than bar left out in the open.
It would be more useful to ask that question of your ex, rather than asking this web-site. We don't know either of you. If I actually knew your ex personally, I might be in a position to make a specific suggestion, such as, buy your ex a really good chocolate cake. But not everybody loves chocolate cake as much as I do.
The phrase means that someone is just a bit on the heavy side and should say no to the offer of cake or, otherwise meaning that that person should refrain from accepting more fatty foods. When someone says, "I'll pass on the chocolate cake." it means they're not going to have any. The reason could be anything, such as they've already had plenty to eat, they've got an upset stomach, they know that there's not… Read More
If you are doing a 21st birthday and you want to make a 21st birthday cake my view is just to make as much as you can and then if you have any left over then just put them if fairy cakes! Happy Birthday!