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HELP! If I bake sponge cakes in cereal bowls, am I going to ruin them?

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littlelapin Fri 06-Jul-07 09:08:00

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callmeovercautious Fri 06-Jul-07 09:12:04

I doubt it! Although you could try if they are not too precious to you. Am also not sure how well it would rise if it is too deep.

Can you make 4 ordinary round tins then cut two down and layer them all and cover in butter cream to make it rounded?
Does that make any sense?

bookthief Fri 06-Jul-07 09:12:18

Hmm, I cooked something (can't in my sleep deprived state remember what) in the oven on an earthenware saucer last week and the saucer cracked. It was on at quite a high temp though and I think earthenware is quite brittle.

AngharadGoldenhand Fri 06-Jul-07 09:13:45

Can't you do them in batches?

littlelapin Fri 06-Jul-07 09:15:22

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ChippyMinton Fri 06-Jul-07 09:30:57

This is going to sound disgusting but...how about microwaving the sponge, if you are gouing to ice them? Havn't done this for years, when microwaves were a novelty, but it can be done!

littlelapin Fri 06-Jul-07 09:31:48

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littlelapin Fri 06-Jul-07 09:33:18

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ChippyMinton Fri 06-Jul-07 09:33:19

Yes, they won't brown.

You can watch them rise though!!!

littlelapin Fri 06-Jul-07 09:33:55

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ChippyMinton Fri 06-Jul-07 09:34:07

The James Martin seal of approval!

callmeovercautious Fri 06-Jul-07 21:50:11

Did it work?

littlelapin Fri 06-Jul-07 21:56:16

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PussinJimmyChoos Fri 06-Jul-07 21:57:22

Well 10/10 for effort!

<can you guess who this is??>

Katymac Fri 06-Jul-07 22:00:16

That's the problem with microwaving

I need to find a nicer recipe - I wonder if adding milk would help....or more eggs?

Mine are fine to eat warm - but when the get cold they go a bit dry & crunchy

littlelapin Fri 06-Jul-07 22:02:20

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Katymac Fri 06-Jul-07 22:04:15

I make microwave sponges at least once a week

I do need a better recipe

Hmm

mummylin2495 Fri 06-Jul-07 22:04:37

i can give you a lovely recipe for microwave sponge if you would like it

Katymac Fri 06-Jul-07 22:09:02

Please?

mummylin2495 Fri 06-Jul-07 22:09:46

ok i will go and get my book [ my comp upstairs )

mummylin2495 Fri 06-Jul-07 22:19:58

3 tablespoons of golden syrup
100gr [4oz] self raising flour
50gr[2oz] shredded suet
50gr[2oz] caster suger
1 egg
2 tablespoons water
4 tablespoons milk
2 drops of vanilla essence


1 golden syrup in bowl
2Mix flour ,suet and suger together.Beat in the egg,water,milk and vanilla essence.spoon mixture on to sryup.
3 Cover the basin with cling film and cook for 2 mins,Remove the cling film and turn the basin round (not if youhave turntable)and cook for a further 2 mins
4 Leave the pudding to stand for 2 mins before turning out and serving

Katymac Fri 06-Jul-07 22:20:45

Thanks

Sorry nut DH is insisting I go to bed now

Oh now I find out it's so he can watch a film I don't like double

Can I check in the morning?

Katymac Fri 06-Jul-07 22:21:17

X post - sorry

Thank you very much - I will try tomorrow

mummylin2495 Fri 06-Jul-07 22:28:03

i have made this loads of times and its lovely ,unhealthy maybe but hey who cares

Katymac Fri 06-Jul-07 22:29:16

Thanks

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