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Old 05-08-2006, 06:53 AM   #11
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Almost any cake mix uses oil for their pudding cake, as the one posted above. Lots of artificial flavors however.
Carrot cakes are oil based cakes. Zucchini bread is oil based. Texas sheet cake has a version that uses oil.

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Old 05-08-2006, 10:42 AM   #12
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Connie, that sounds like the old "Sock it to me cake". I've made it a cajillion times. Wonderful tasting and very moist. Goes in a hurry!
I've heard of that cake...didn't know it was the same as this. I have been avoiding sweets, trying to lose a little weight, but I suddenly have a tremendous craving...and have all the ingredients on hand.

Somebody stop me!

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Thank you all. I've copied and pasted your recipes to my recipe book. Had some ingredients missing in my fridge (like butter) so I posed the question. Anyway, what is the difference between baking some items with butter and others with oil?

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