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Old 02-15-2008, 01:25 AM   #11
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Hi Maverick2272, I'm glad you stop by the website and you tried my meatloaf. I hope you and your wife had a nice Valentine's Day.
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Old 02-15-2008, 09:07 AM   #12
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that looks good ! Could I also make it with other flavor jello, like strawberry , or cherry, provided I have the liquid flavors ?
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Old 02-15-2008, 01:45 PM   #13
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that looks good ! Could I also make it with other flavor jello, like strawberry , or cherry, provided I have the liquid flavors ?
Sounds good to me. I would try it. Debbie
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What exactly is "white cake mix"
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What exactly is "white cake mix"
It's a boxed cake mix, all you add is eggs, oil and water. It's found in the baking section in the grocery store along with the flour and sugar. They come in different flavors and made by Pillsbury or Betty Crocker's to name a few brands.
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Old 03-08-2008, 02:49 PM   #16
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This looks super delicious. So many recipes to try, so little time.
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This looks super delicious. So many recipes to try, so little time.
Thanks. I hope you enjoy it. Debbie
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Old 03-23-2008, 11:19 PM   #18
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ORANGE POUND CAKE



1 CAKE MIX; White.
1 box(es) (3 ounce) ORANGE JELLO
4 EGGS
1/2 cup(s) OIL
3/4 cup(s) ORANGE JUICE
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In a mixing bowl combine all ingredients; mix according to the direction on cake mix box.
Bake in a greased Bundt pan at 350 degrees for 45 to 50 minutes or until tested done.
When cool, dust with powdered sugar or make a glaze with powdered sugar and orange juice.
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hey i made this earlier today. had bad luck with it. what did i do wrong?

it stuck in bundt pan and broke up when trying to remove it. it was dry . maybe i did not grease pan enough but it was also non stick. would leaving it to cool for to long, make it stick?

know it must be something i did, so help me. lol

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hey i made this earlier today. had bad luck with it. what did i do wrong?

it stuck in bundt pan and broke up when trying to remove it. it was dry . maybe i did not grease pan enough but it was also non stick. would leaving it to cool for to long, make it stick?

know it must be something i did, so help me. lol

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I us a non-stick pan and I still grease it well. As for being dry...Pound cakes are on the dry side. Maybe it was over baked. Everyones ovens are different.
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Old 03-23-2008, 11:39 PM   #20
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I us a non-stick pan and I still grease it well. As for being dry...Pound cakes are on the dry side. Maybe it was over baked. Everyones ovens are different.
thanks ol blue. i have made another pound cake from cake mix. we used it in cake decorating class. it was very moist.

you are right i am thinging not greased well enough. i could have over baked , that is for sure. my oven is an old one.

thanks for imput

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