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Step 1: Look at the directions on the cake mix, Step 2: Add one more egg (or add 2 if you want it to be very rich), Step 3: Use melted butter instead of oil and double the amount, Step 4: Instead of water, use milk. Step 5: Mix well and bake for the time recommended on the box.

Holiday Sangria. The best of what is available during the fall and winter holidays - cranberry, pomegranate, orange, apple, and of course a good white wine.

Chocolate cupcakes baked in ice-cream cones are delightful treats for bake sales or children's birthday parties. A thick layer of frosting gives the cupcakes the appearance of real ice-cream cones; happily, these are longer lasting -- and a bit less messy. To keep the cones from toppling over in the oven, cover the top of an angel-food cake pan with two sheets of tinfoil, and insert cones into holes punched with a knife. You can also try folding tinfoil into strips and arranging it on a bakin...

Imagine those caramel apples you loved as a kid, now all grown up and baked into a cake. Stacks up well, doesn't it? Try this cake, courtesy of John Barricelli, host of "Everyday Baking."

Apples caramelized in butter and an array of fall spices lend a unique character to this exceptionally moist cake, which lies hidden beneath a mantle of brown-sugar buttercream. Marzipan garnishes -- tinted gold -- make a festive finish.