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lovetobake 02-07-2011 02:09 PM

Cake questions
 
I just bought some chocolate milk and this thought popped in my head: Can you make a cake with chocolate milk instead of white milk?

Also, I have made Fuzzy Navel Cupcakes using this recipe: So much for having a plan… « slush . So if I wanted to make an alcoholic banana version (I may mix it with a Peanut Butter cupcake recipe I have), would it taste good? And could I just swap banana liquer and banana yogurt for the peach schnapps and yogurt ingredients?

PrincessFiona60 02-07-2011 02:38 PM

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Originally Posted by lovetobake (Post 966932)
I just bought some chocolate milk and this thought popped in my head: Can you make a cake with chocolate milk instead of white milk?

Also, I have made Fuzzy Navel Cupcakes using this recipe: So much for having a plan… « slush . So if I wanted to make an alcoholic banana version (I may mix it with a Peanut Butter cupcake recipe I have), would it taste good? And could I just swap banana liquer and banana yogurt for the peach schnapps and yogurt ingredients?

I don't know why not, as long as you are switching out like for like.

lovetobake 02-07-2011 10:55 PM

Ok thanks! Next project :) Anyone know about the chocolate milk q?

potsnpanties 02-08-2011 10:14 AM

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Originally Posted by lovetobake (Post 967054)
Ok thanks! Next project :) Anyone know about the chocolate milk q?

You could definitely use chocolate milk - You can make 'strawberry milkshake' cake, so it's just as likely to make something in the same context with chocolate milk. As for how subtle or strong the taste would be would depend on the kind of cake made and how strongly flavored the milk actually is.

Happy baking!

jennyema 02-08-2011 11:11 AM

Remember that chocolate is an acid, so there may be leavening implications.


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