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Elizabeth LaBau

Cake Batter Fudge

By January 8, 2013

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I used to wonder how ice cream companies got their "cake batter ice cream" to taste so much like cake batter. It's uncanny! I still don't know what their secret is, but I have figured out how to make cake batter-flavored candies: simply stir in a small amount of dry yellow cake mix. That's it. It's not rocket science...but it does produce candies with the unmistakable taste of cake batter. You can use this technique in just about any candy with a mild flavor (think white chocolate as opposed to dark chocolate), and it works best with yellow cake mix, which tends to have the strongest stereotypical "cake batter" flavor.

I used this non-secret secret in my recipe for Cake Batter Fudge, a white chocolate-based fudge with a hint of sour cream and lots of fun cake batter flavor! If you get addicted to the cake batter taste, here are two more cake batter candy recipes to try:
Cake Batter Chocolate Bark
Cake Batter Truffles

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