3,2,1 Cake

A friend recently sent me this recipe for 3,2,1 Cake. It sounds strange, I know, but it’s a very easy way to make a quick and tasty dessert for one or two people with minimal fuss. I made this for dessert tonight and I know you’ll like and appreciate this as much as hubby and I do!

  1. First, buy an angel food cake mix and any other flavor cake mix (I chose Devil’s Food).
  2. Pour the dry mixes into a large plastic storage bag.
  3. Seal the bag tightly, then massage the mixes so that they completely combine within the bag.
  4. Now you’re ready to make dessert!

3,2,1 Cake

Recipe makes 1 serving
 
3 tablespoons of combined cake mixes
2 tablespoons of water

Place 3 tablespoons of the combined cake mixes in a small microwaveable bowl or ramekin. Mix in the 2 tablespoons of water, stirring until well combined.

Microwave it on high for 1 minute.

Take care when removing the dish from the microwave as it will be hot! Let it cool a bit and eat it just as it is or top it with whipped cream, whipped topping or some frosting.

Enjoy!

 

  1. Followed the directions precisely using angel food cake mix and white cake mix. Turned out like rubber, threw it away. What a waste of nearly #5, wonder if I could mix a larger batch and bake in regular oven. Anyone else have this problem? Grace

    • I’m sorry your cake turned out so badly. I should have included a note to remind everyone to take into account that microwaves come in different wattage powers. Mine happens to cook this cake perfectly for 1 minute but your microwave might only need 40 or 50 seconds to do the same thing. I think experimenting with the first one (or two) is the key thing.

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