You’ve probably never thought about making a cake.
And, if you have, you’ve probably had a pretty lousy time trying.
So what is a cake?
It’s basically a mixture of flour, baking powder, sugar, eggs, water and oil, and it’s made up of layers of ingredients.
That’s how the cake is made.
But it’s not a cake you can bake at home.
That would be like making a pizza, which is a different type of cake that you would probably want to buy in a bakery.
There are some ways to make a cake at home, but the basic concept is that you bake a batch of dough, then take it to a kitchen, mix it and add ingredients.
To make a really good cake, you want to add everything at once, but to make it more or less cakey, you need to mix it in one go.
It’s a lot easier to make cake than to bake it.
For most of us, cake is a dessert.
But for some, cake can be a serious time-saver.
We know it takes time, but a lot of people have no problem going home and making their own cakes.
The good news is that they’re usually pretty good.
Here’s how to make your own cake at your own kitchen.
How to Make a Cake at Home 1.
Bake the dough in the oven for 30 minutes or so 2.
Mix the flour, sugar and baking powder in a bowl 3.
Put the mixture in a medium bowl, add a tablespoon of water and mix the ingredients in for 15 minutes 4.
Put your bowl in the fridge to chill and freeze for up to an hour 5.
Put in the freezer until ready to use, about 15 minutes for a 10-inch square cake.
It will take around 10 minutes to make about 3 cups.
Take a piece of parchment paper and cut a line out of it. 7.
Place a sheet of parchment in a baking dish.
Put a piece in the middle of the dough, spread the buttercream and place a layer of icing on top of it 9.
Bake at 325 degrees for 25 minutes 10.
Put another sheet of paper in the baking dish and spread the icing on it 11.
Bake for another 15 minutes.
The icing should be almost completely melted and the top layer of dough has a golden-brown color 13.
Put it in the refrigerator to chill for up 2 hours 14.
Take the sheet of dough out of the fridge and mix it with the butter and eggs in a small bowl 15.
Put that in a mixing bowl and mix until it’s nice and smooth, about 2 minutes.
Take it out of that bowl and put it in a freezer bag, the dough will take a little longer to chill, but will be ready to go when it’s time.
If you want a more time-consuming cake, cut it into smaller pieces.
Place that bag into a freezer safe bowl, and you can put it back in the bag and use it for several months.