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  • adj. comparative form of caky: more caky


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  • In a fit of attempting to be a bit more health conscious, I did try subbing in some oil, which I think made them cakier, but honestly next time I would go all butter.

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  • The 2 day old cookie dough baked up a little taller and had a slightly softer, cakier (but still chewy) center.

    Martha Stewart's Chocolate Chip Cookies

  • The substitution is more effective for cakier foods such as brownies. muffins and quick breads, but not for cookies (though bready, caky cookies fare better than flat, crispy ones).

    Chat Leftovers: Oil and applesauce

  • It can also be used in hearty cookies but it produces a cakier result.

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  • Or rather, the ratios are variable; you can make that same pound cake using only half the butter and it will still be a pound cake though a little bit cakier and less rich provided you use the creaming method.


  • We split a chocolate financier and I immediately declared them to be my new favorite baked good: cakier than a cookie, richer thank cake, more delicate than a brownie and just the perfect size, I vowed to make them at home soon.

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  • For cakier cookies: Using a teaspoon, drop cookie dough onto baking sheets, leaving 2 inches between each cookie.

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  • When we did those things, our brownies turned out fine -- cakier than usual, but also with half the calories. rss feed

  • With the changes below, the cookies are a tiny bit less sweet (though still fairly sweet), thicker and slightly cakier.

    Cookie Madness

  • And Americans gaze disappointedly at my muffins, yearning for a cakier offering filled with fruit, nuts, even chocolate.

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