Q. I have a great honey cake recipe with a moist batter. If I add pumpkin puree to make it into a pumpkin cake, do I need to adjust the eggs/oil?

I have a great honey cake recipe with a moist batter. If I add pumpkin puree to make it into a pumpkin cake, do I need to adjust the amount of eggs/oil/liquid? Or do I just add the pumpkin? Thanks!

Answer

If you are looking for information on baking tips, you can try the keywords:

  • substituting
  • replacing
  • moisture
  • cookbook

For books or ebooks, check the book catalog. To get to the book catalog, start at the Library Home Page, and click on Find Books and Ebooks.

For articles, check the databases below. To get to the Find Articles and Databases page, start at the Library Home Page, click on Find Articles & Databases, and click on Business- Culinary Arts database.

(You can find your 14-digit library number by signing into MyBaker and clicking on the icon for Login Assistance; it will be located under Account Information.)

For more resources check out the Baking and Pastry Research guide on the E-Books page. 

**If you are a visitor and not a student at Baker College, try an internet source such as allrecipes.com for pumpkin puree cake recipes which you can compare with your own. 

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  • Last Updated Jan 30, 2018
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