how to bake Queen’s cake in a sandwich toaster

​Ingredients: 1 cup plain flour( 128g)1/2 cup softened butter/margarine, 1 tbsp baking powder, 8 tbsp Sugar or 100g, 1-2 Eggs, 30ml milk (more or less), 1 tsp vanilla or strawberry, 3 tbsp melted chocolate or cocoa powder if making chocolate cake(optional)

Method

Step1

in a bowl, mix softened butter and sugar until creamy. Add the eggs and continue mixing. Add vanilla essence or flavour of choice and mix thoroughly. Gradually sift in the flour and bakng powder. Mix and add the milk/water, bit by bit, and continue mixing until you get a light consistency with no lumps. Alternatively, you can use a mixer. If you are makng chocolate cake, add cocoa powder

Step 2:

or melted chocolate and mix. Time to prepare the sandwich toaster: brush the inside with butter or oil. Close it and preheat for 3 minutes.

Step 3

Once hot, open it and spoon the cake batter in each well until full. If you want cake with shape of toast bread, fill the toaster up to the square mark. For smaller triangle cake, fill the batter up to the smaller triangle wells. Then close and bake your sandwich cakes for about 3 minutes, after which you can open and check to see if they are done.

Final step

 They will turn a golden brown when ready, and when you cut into them they will have a light and fluffy texture. To check if ready, dip a toothpick in the cake. If it comes out clean and dry. Ur cake is ready. If not leave it for another min.

Please Note:

The cake can be refrigerated for up to a week. Be creative, try make banana cake, apple cake or carrot cake. Simply blend ur apple, carrot or banana and add to the batter. Yummy!!!  ~~=[  This recipe is courtesy Nigerianfoodtv

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