I'm making a Duncan Hines cake and it ask's for 1/2 cup of oil can I replace the oil with Blue Bonnet margarine, and will it turn out.
Butter and oil are both fats so it should be ok... the oil might have a role in keeping the cake at a lower cooking temperature, who knows, but butter is so yummy in a cake.
That might work but you will want to reduce the salt in the recipe.
According to this site, you most certainly can :)http://www.livestrong.com/article/435852-what-can-you-substitute-for-oil-while-baking-a-cake/
I find oil gives a more moist result. Butter hardens when cold. I do choc fudge brownies all the time & butter isn't a better result. I'd go buy or borrow some oil if I was you.
Yes but melt the margarine frist so you dont put to much in...i do it all the time...i dont like the oil in my cake...
Oh heck! sorry, I'm too late.
I never use oil in cakes, I substitute applesauce. Moist cake without all the fat, works perfectly.