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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!
- First, buy an angel food cake mix and any other flavor cake mix (I chose Devil’s Food).
- Pour the dry mixes into a large plastic storage bag.
- Seal the bag tightly, then massage the mixes so that they completely combine within the bag.
- Now you’re ready to make dessert!
3,2,1 CakeRecipe 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.
You can also find a printable version of this recipe here.
To me this means that each Monday’s post will be different depending on what’s going on with me at the time. I’ve been trying to keep to a theme each day in order to stimulate my writing thought process, but Mondays will be a whatever kind of day.
That said, today I’m simply going to share that Crazy Cake recipe I talked about yesterday. It is very easy to make and doesn’t require a mixer. The “crazy” part of it is the inclusion of vinegar and it doesn’t have any eggs or butter in it.
The original recipe was created during the depression, thus the simplicity of it and the lack of eggs and butter. FYI, I have also heard it called “Wacky Cake.”
Head on over here for the recipe!