your recipe says 1 1/4 cups butter, (3 sticks)), however wouldn't that make 1 1/2 Cups?
So my question is, should I use 1 1/4 cups or 1 1/2 cups? Thank you in advance, I'd like to give this recipe a try.
You have salt and salted butter. Would that make the cake salty? I too want to try this recipe!
First to GloriCreations: no it will not make it salty. I promise ;-)
Second to basicsadie: I am sorry for the typo. ..3 sticks of butter is correct. That should have said 1 1/2 cups of salted butter.
Thanks for the quick response. I will try this VERY soon. It sure sounds good.
What if I wanted to make this cake in a round pan, do you know what size dough would fit into. Thank you
I have never made a round one and haven't tried pan sizes. .. Get the biggest one you can find! ;-) if nothing else, you can cut the recipe down for a smaller pan.
Can I use Cake Flour, if so will it still use 4 1/2 cups and no baking soda or power?
I would not use cake flour. .. It has a completely different make up.
Just the recipe I was looking for! I have ten 12 inch rounds for an upcoming wedding. I need a recipe that I can flip out of the pan without tearing apart. I scored the slices when the cookie came out of the oven and then cooled completely before flipping out of the pan. They turned out perfect!!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!!!:)
Glad it worked for you!
So, this ends up being just a giant cookie, not a cake, right. I have read it over twice, and trying to see where the cake part comes in.
A giant DUH on my part. When I read the name, I imagined a cake with small balls of cookie dough baked into it. (That would be yummy.)
This recipe is a make at home version of the ones they sell for lots of $$$$. A great idea! Thanks! Can't wait to try it!
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