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Thread: Question about cake with soda only

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    I was wanting to make this, but not sure if it would turn out .. now I have to make it ! I am so very curious ..
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    I just made this yesterday....with chocolate fudge cake mix and a diet soda. Turned out just fine and quite yummy. I am thinking the amount of time spent mixing it might make a difference. I did it just as the instructions on the cake box suggested......lots of beating....

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    I used regular white cake mix and 12 oz. of Weight Watchers cherry flavored cola. I cooked it in a bundt pan and nothing, flat as a pancake. Maybe it was the silicone pan I cooked it in?

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    I've never tried this but the girls in Weight Watcher's were telling me about it. I just wanted to add my 2 cents and would think the problem is the cake mix, if it's outdated the baking soda/powder may not be good. Anyways, I love the recipe ideas on here and it alway inspires me to try something new.

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    I have eaten this cake and it was very good (chocolate with Coke) My friend says the soda must be room temperature
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    it could be the silicone pan as they do not transfer the heat like metal or glass pans and sometimes the baked goods doesn't rise or cook all the way thru.

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    sorry about the bad "english" - baked goods don't rise as they should.

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    I use silicone pans for baking, but have never found a significant difference in how they bake but I have never made a cake with a mix so couldn't guess what went wrong.

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