Another topic about scratch vs. box mixes got me thinking. Even though I use box mixes, my all-time favorite cake was called "Milk Chocolate Queen's Cake" that we made decades ago in junior high home-ec class. (Back when it was Junior High, not Middle School!) I no longer have that recipe. It was so moist and yummy, we'd eat it without any frosting. Anyone ever heard of that recipe? I'd love to have it to try again.
Nope. I just remember baking it in 2 rounds, sprinkling it with some powdered sugar, and eating it!
I saved this recipe from middle school home-ec class and love it to this day - doesn't need frosting just a dusting of icing sugar. Might be similar?
- • 125g McDougalls Supreme Sponge Flour
- • 25g sieved cocoa powder
- • 150g caster sugar
- • 150g unsalted butter
- • 3 medium eggs, beaten
- • 1 Tbsp water
- • Icing sugar to dust
- • 2 × 18cm sandwich tins
- 180c for 25/30 minutes