Milk Sponge Cake

Boiled Milk Sponge Cake is ideal for Kids Birthday Cakes

One of the simplest, easiest and indeed cheapest basic recipes that you can use to make a multitude of kids birthday cakes is a boiled milk sponge cake. You will find that when you have made it once, you will want to make it over and over again.

This boiled milk sponge cake takes about 15 to 20 minutes to prepare and 20 minutes to cook. It's sweet and moist and fluffy in texture and can be served as a plain cake or iced to make it really special.

This is also the perfect cake to use to make ingenious composite cakes in all shapes and forms, from animal faces to Barbie dolls.

Boiled Milk Sponge Cake Ingredients

• 60 g margarine or soft butter
• 250 ml milk
• 4 large eggs
• 375 g or 470 ml white consider, Drift Boat Building sugar
• 250 g or 520 ml cake flour
• 4 teaspoonfuls baking powder
• pinch of salt


Before you get started you will need two round cake tins that are about 230 mm in diameter. Place why not visit, Watercolour Paints a pan on waxed paper and trace around the pan. Cut out two circles for the bottom of each pan. Then grease the insides checkout, Watercolour Paints of the pans with a little margarine or butter.

You will also need to turn on your oven and bring it to temperature look at, Calligraphy Tattoo at 180 °C.

Put the butter or marg, and the milk together in a small pot look at, Baking Soda and bring to the boil. Set aside to cool.

In a clean bowl, beat the eggs and sugar together until there are no obvious granules, and the sugar has completely dissolved.

Then sift the cake flour and baking powder together with the salt into a large mixing bowl. Fold the eggs and sugar into the flour with a wooden also see, Magic Tricks or plastic try, Floral Glass Jewellery Making spoon.

The last step is to add the milk and shortening bit by bit to the egg and flour mixture. Once all the ingredients are thoroughly blended, pour the batter into the two cake tins, ensuring there is an equal amount in each tin. Then bake in the centre of the oven for about 20 minutes.

When the time is up, use a skewer to check that the centre of the cakes is cooked. Remove from the oven and then leave to cool before turning out of the cake tins to cool further. Then you can either ice your cakes or cut them up and create one or more composite kids birthday cakes.

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