I make desserts for a church feeding program. The easiest and most economical thing to make is cakes from cake mix, but our guests (who don't get much that's nice) love gooey (wet, creamy) desserts like puddings. So I am thinking that it should be possible to convert a box of cake mix into some kind of a baked pudding that could be somewhat wet and gooey. The "Cake Doctor" book doesn't have what I'm looking for and googling hasn't turned up anything either. I will experiment by upping eggs, liquid, and oil, but before I embark on a wheel-reinvention program, does anyone already have a recipe that converts cake mix into a gooey baked pudding?