Thank you so much for this xx, Good recepie! Thanks for such a well thought out cake for any occasion or for anyone like me who just simply loves to have a cake in the kitchen. They used to call me “cake a day” at work as I loved to have cake for breakfast This recipe is absolutely delicious! 4. Yes, its definitely the best vanilla cake. I tweaked it a little. Would love the vanilla cupcake recipe too please my correct email is email@example.com I love the cake idea, but I was wondering whether I could use a different frosting recipe? I want to know if i can reduce the sugar a bit and do you know what will happen if i use butter milk instead? I am old enough to be your mother. But this one reminds me of the old fashioned yellow vanilla cake. We’re having the party tomorrow, so I am excited to know what everyon thinks. Pour milk (s) and vanilla into measuring cup and whisk together until mixed. Plus, this professional bakery style cake stays fresh and moist for 4 days — that’s unheard of!. Thanks!!! ), it split. Using mixer on a medium setting, cream the butter until it is smooth and has lightened in color, about 3 minutes. It is perfect for so many occasions! Using oil would give you a very difference result and I wouldn’t recommend it. I would think more layers with ganache would be fine. Unfortunately, this cake will not work with egg whites. It’s a pretty standard amount for a decorators buttercream, but you can definitely reduce it as you did and still have success. Very moist and velvety. Thank you! Hi Lindsay! Thank you for the recipe. Such a great recipe! I have literally looked on this page and clicked on links for ten minutes. If I use that instead of the unsalted and just don’t add salt do you think that will be the right amount of salt? It’s because microbes are beginning to grow, and the cake is starting to go bad, as indicated by the “strings” and the bad odor. And since nobody can agree on a “best” vanilla cake (just read the comments on my other vanilla cake/cupcake recipes and you’ll see what I mean), I have several options. I think I did something wrong…I made half a recipe expecting to bake 3 x 6in pans, but it was just enough for 2. Top the cake with the remaining layer and frost the outside of the cake. I live in India (Asia) if it helps you give me some advice. I see where I mention 6 eggs in the blog post, but I’m referencing an older vanilla cake recipe. It’d be cooler if I can just bake them in one go, but I don’t want it to overflow on my stove thanks! Going to try this recipe for my friend’s birthday party this weekend. . And if so how much. They turned out so delicious! A++ flavor as well!!!! Add the second layer of cake and another cup of frosting. The cake had lovely texture – soft, moist, and fluffy. Help please! Line the bottom of the pans with wax or parchment paper. If it’s still a little wet, it may just have needed a touch more baking time. It was delicious and moist and not at all sugary or oily. Notify me via e-mail if anyone answers my comment. Scrummy. I’m guessing with the yolks it adds more of the yellow color to the batter. I think this would enable the frosting to remain unrefrigerated while still using “milk” which is better than using water, I think Thoughts? Looking forward to try the recipe, Sounds delicious! Thank your for your recipes and instructions. The instructions are pretty much the same, just with the swaps. It might not be quite as moist, but I think it will still be good. Add the butter, sugar, oil and vanilla extract to a large mixer bowl and beat together until light in color and fluffy, about 3-4 minutes. I’d try somewhere between 25-30 minutes. It was my first time doing a 3 layer cake so was feeling anxious about it turning out terribly. I don’t typically recommend freezing full cakes, but the layers should be fine. I love this recipe but can you please recommend a recipe for a white cake ? got so many compliments. 4. super moist vanilla cake recipe epicurious; 5. super moist vanilla cake recipe; 6. super moist vanilla cake recipe; 7. Cheers! Can I divide the recipe into half? But they didn’t rise, is that normal? Another thing to consider is if you’re over mixing the cake batter, particularly after adding the flour mixture. Reducing the sugar also reduces the moisture in the cake, so it will change the texture. 9. Hands down. Thanks so much! Thank you! This recipe went straight to the front page of my recipe album!!! ???? I just recommend wrapping it well and defrosting in the fridge. As for butter in the frosting, if you use unsalted, you’d want to add your own salt. No, self raising flour has additional leavener in it. Would halving the recipe be fine then? Thank you. Many thanks. I am planning to make a wedding cake. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Thank you! Could it be the baking powder being to old and it wasn’t able to react? Hi Lindsay, I want to make this into cupcakes and I have no vegetable oil!! Hi Lindsay. Your vanilla frosting is to die for too! I don’t like cake too wet from oil but I’ve never tried butter and oil so I will give it a go! That would work as a cake option as well. If it doesn’t for you, then you’d want to measure by weight – 310g. I definitely love adding sour cream too. I think so and if memory serves, they did fine, but I always prefer a fresh cake. No large tunnels or lots of irregular size holes. When you're baking this super-moist, delicious cake, the whole house smells incredibly delicious with vanilla cake intoxication! I like to store it at room temperature in an air-tight container, since that’s how I like it served and I think refrigerating can dry it out sometimes. Moist Vanilla Layer Cake is just what it sounds like – a moist, soft vanilla cake that’s easy to make too! That’s only true for certain cakes. It’ll take much too long to bake and you’ll end up overcooking the edges and undercooking the center. Sorry to disappoint you every one else loves it. I would really suggest using the oil in these. Prepare three 8 inch cake pans with parchment paper circles in the bottom and grease the sides. How could this be changed for high altitude? Seriously the best cake I have ever made! You mentioned to bake cake at 175 degree.