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Cakes don't get done in the middle. The time and temp is correct and they look done but when you get to the middle it's still goopy.

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Why don't cakes rise?


Taras, Check the attached links,instruction and guides on cake baking strategies. Good luck .
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Think oven getting too hot and my cakes sag in middle


Get a cheap oven thermometer at your grocery store and check the temp before you put a cake in. Regardless of the kind of oven, this is the best way to be sure your temperature is correct before baking. I use one every time I bake, and I never have issues due to incorrect temp. I might have issues due to OTHER screw ups on my part, but it's not because the temp is wrong. You can buy an oven thermometer for a few dollars.

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Less likely but possible problems could be inaccurate proportions of baking powder or baking soda if the cake is made from scratch. This could occur with cake mixes if sour milk or buttermilk is used instead of regular milk; the additional acid in sour milk requires additional baking soda to rise properly. Eggs that are not beaten properly, or perhaps beaten too much for the type of cake being made, might also cause problems. Joe

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