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- Case of twelve, 18.25-ounce packages (total of 219 ounces)
- Made with enriched flour, sugar, and spices
- Delicious pudding in every mix
- Easy to prepare; just add water, oil, and egg
- Delightfully indulgent cake mixes; made in the United States
not clear on the above nutritional information. directions are to combine mix with 1/3 cup oil and 3 eggs. there are 1028 mg of cholesterol in 3 large eggs. yet the “as prepared” nutritional data says there is 0 cholesterol in a serving. wha? 1/12th of 1028 is about 86. shouldn’t there be at least 86 mg of cholesterol in 1 serving as prepared, or does baking somehow make cholesterol magically disappear? and if that information is incorrect, than how can i trust any of the information in that listing?
This cake mix is hard to find in the stores. I was so happy to find it here and can resume making the Apple Cinnamon Spice Cake that is a hit with everyone! You can find the recipe for that cake on the BC website. It used to be on the back of the box, but I think they replaced it with something else. Trust me, this recipe is very moist and absolutely delish!! Bon Appetit!
GenaNorth Stonington, CT
Finding spice cake mix at the grocery can be a hit or miss proposition. This is the perfect solution. It’s a good price and eligible for “Prime” shipping. Packaging was perfect–grocer’s display box inside a shipping box. I split the order with a neighbor, and now we both have just enough boxes to get us through the holiday season. Makes a great base for yummy pumpkin cookies!
Easy pumpkin cookies:
1 package spice cake mix, 1 egg, 2/3 cup pumpkin puree, 2 tablespoons oil, 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice. (Optional: grated zest of 1 lemon, chopped nuts, or raisins.) Mix it all up, drop by tablespoons on oil-sprayed cookie sheet (or non-oiled parchment or silpat), 350 degree oven, 10-13 minutes. Add an extra minute if you are using silpat. These are good!