Make Your Own Chocolate Cake Mix

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    how much goes into a jar? Or is this just for 1 jar?

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    1 jar of mix refers to the ingredients listed above for the mix. The recipe makes 1 jar.

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    Thank you... I am still trying to get the hang of this... Im a convience junky so it seems...

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    I believe whaat Mommalace is asking is what size jar to use to store the cake mix. From I can tell by looking at the ingredient list there is about 5 cups of dry mix, therefore a quart jar and a pint jar would be required. That is alot of cake mix for a 9 x 13 baking pan don't you think?

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    Default Re: Make Your Own Chocolate Cake Mix

    Quote Originally Posted by CJoenks View Post
    I believe whaat Mommalace is asking is what size jar to use to store the cake mix. From I can tell by looking at the ingredient list there is about 5 cups of dry mix, therefore a quart jar and a pint jar would be required. That is alot of cake mix for a 9 x 13 baking pan don't you think?
    We use a qt jar for this mix, it fits fine, the ingredients settle, you just gently shake/tap the jar and then finish filling it. The cake is YUMMY!
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    what are the different instructions for cookies?

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    Will this be enough mix to make two 9 inch round layers?

 

 
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