Baking Your Favorite Cake is true. You can use an oven thermometer to get it exact. · Fill the layer pans equally. Tap the pans against the countertop to force out any bubbles and to settle the batter. · Let the cake cool in the pan. Do not take it out too soon or the bottom will stick and it will make a mess. · An 8- or 10-inch cake will make 12 to 16 servings.
When it comes to baking cakes, you don’t have to be a master to bake a really great cake. You just need a few no-fail recipes that will cover any occasion. I think of baking a cake as a magical experience. You can see something beautiful evolve in your own kitchen with just a few simple ingredients. Kids and grandkids always enjoy baking cakes. The recipes included here have been passed down through my family, and now I want to pass them along to you. When baking, you need to be exact with your measurements, temperatures, mixing times and kinds of pans. Don’t let baking intimidate you. It’s not as hard as it looks, as long as you follow the directions. Here are some tips to make your perfect cake: · Make sure all your ingredients are at room temperature. · Prepare your pans with grease and flour before you start baking. · Be sure your oven temperature
GRANNY’S BLUEBERRY CAKE Makes 2 9-inch cakes This cake is from my grand-
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May 2013 Tidewater Times