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My first attempt at a cake

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My first attempt at a cake

Post  toots on 24.01.11 18:01

Hi everyone,

I have made my first cake today, as my husband has high been diagnosed with a cholesterol problem, I decided to try and make him a fatless cake which came out really well and tasted extremely good, it's just like a Victoria sandwich but without the fat. It was sandwiched together with strawberry jam if anyone would like the recipe let me know.

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Post  Dorismay on 25.01.11 1:41

Your cake sounds lovely Toots, Well done clap

When you have the time please would you share the recipe, Thank you.

Best wishes.

Doris. coucoufleurbleue

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Re: My first attempt at a cake

Post  toots on 25.01.11 8:26

Hi Dorismay,

Here is the recipe for the Fatless Sponge Cake.

3 eggs separated
225g caster sugar
75ml warm water
150g self-raising flour
Jam to fill

Preheat oven to 170c

Grease 2 sandwich tins & a little flour to cover the grease

Whisk egg yolks & sugar tog adding the water a little at a time until a light & fluffy texture is made.
Sift the flour & gently add a little at a time into the egg & sugar mix by folding in with a metal spoon.
In a clean bowl, whisk egg whites until firm, and then very gently fold into the cake mixture.
Divide the mixture into two greased sponge tins.
Place 1 tin on the low rack and bake for 15-20 mins or until firm and a light golden colour. Repeat for 2nd tin

When cooled fill with jam

I also used the extender, turn heat setting down if cooking too quickly but this temp was perfect for my machine.

Enjoy your cake it sure put a smile on my hubby,s face .



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Post  hummingbird on 25.01.11 16:57

Hi toots I've been looking at this cakes recipe for some time now wondering whether to risk doing it.You found it easy to do and a success so think I may have a go at weekend thank you for the tip. What size ho have you got? 7or 12 litre thank you

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Re: My first attempt at a cake

Post  toots on 25.01.11 19:14

Hi hummingbird,

I have got the Andrew James 12 litre , hope you enjoy the cake if you should decide to make it, I made small cakes today using same recipe with my new silicone cake cases, they are a pretty pastel shades pink , blue, lilac & purple, from my local Kleeneze lady these cakes were also good I made them into butterfly cakes.

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Re: My first attempt at a cake

Post  Dorismay on 26.01.11 3:54

Thank you Toots. The small cakes sound good too. Smile



Best wishes. Doris coucoufleurbleue

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Re: My first attempt at a cake

Post  hummingbird on 26.01.11 16:41

Hi Toots thanks for the size now i know i don't need to alter your cooking times etc as i've a wolf 12 litre so should be the same as yours. The little cakes sounf good too cool

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