10 Great Cake Recipes with Cake Mix

10 Great Cake Recipes with Cake Mix

Do you feel like baking a rich and delicious cake, but you just don’t have the time to make it from scratch? These great cake recipes with cake mix make throwing together a cake so easy! Just take some cake mix, add a few other ingredients, and you’ve got yourself an easy cake you won’t forget. Try making one of our top ten cake recipes with cake mix for your next special occasion!

Chocolate Cake Recipes with Cake Mix
Almond Joy Cake: If you like the candy bar, you'll love the cake.

Quick and Easy Chocolate Cherry Cake: This cake can be made in under an hour, so it's ideal when you're in a hurry but crave the chocolate. 

Ultra Chocolate Fudge Brownie Cake: This is a sweet, moist, and chewy cake- a chocolate lover's delight!

White Cake Recipes with Cake Mix
Easy Blueberry Cake with Cream Cheese Icing: Very easy and delicious cake. Cake is also very moist and has a great cream cheese icing.

Cherry Valentine Cake: This easy, festive Valentine's Day cake recipe takes advantage of the convenience of cake mix. The almond extract really brings out the cherry flavor, and the gelatin provides a vibrant color. Make sure the cream cheese and butter are at room temperature before making the frosting and enjoying this sweet treat!
Easy Red Velvet Cake: A couple drops of red food coloring turn a regular white cake into red velvet.

Easy Cake Recipes with Cake Mix
Rich Butter Cake: This butter cake is a delicious, beautiful cake that is always a hit at any gathering or even at home!

Easy Lemon Cake: My grand-kids request this every time we get together.

Lemonade Cake: This sweet and easy cake has great lemon flavor from lemonade and lemon Jell-O.

Cola Cake: Just add a few ingredients to a regular box of yellow cake mix and you'll have not only a very flavorful moist cake, but also a great conversation piece.

Tips for Baking Cake Recipes with Cake Mix
Flouring Cake Pans: When a cake recipe calls for flouring the baking pan, use a bit of the dry cake mix instead- no white mess on the outside of the cake.

Frosting a Cake: When frosting a cake, eliminate crumbs by having the spatula only touch the frosting, not the cake itself. Use dabs of frosting to "glue" the bottom layer to the serving plate to hold it steady as you frost the cake.  When frosting a two-layer cake, place 4 pieces of waxed paper on plate to square it off.  Place first layer on plate, upside-down (flat side up).  Frost bottom layer then place top layer flat side down and frost as usual.  When the cake is frosted, pull gently on waxed paper strips until removed. Plate is clean on edges with no clean-up!

Slicing Cake Layers: If you have to slice cake layers in half (as in preparing a torte), get out your sewing thread. Position the thread on the far side of the layer and see-saw through.

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