Simple And Quick Cake Baking In A Sandwich Toaster By Zinny

Cakes baked in a sandwich toaster. Lovely cake (don't mind the camera jare)
 This is in response to a comment someone made about small chops. My problem is time and taking pix. Ill try to send some finger food very soon.

Apart from mixing the cake batter, making this simple cake takes approximately 12mins for each batch. When I first came across this, I was scared it may not cook well at such short time, but surprisingly

it did.


 
 Ingredients:(for about 20pieces)
3 cups of flour
Margarine/butter.   200g
2tbs baking powder
I cup of sugar
3 eggs
2tbs strawberry essence(or any essence)
1/2 cup of milk flavour powder/milk/water
1tbs ground nutmeg
1/2 cup of cocoa powder(to get a different colour) .

Sandwich Toaster Baking Method:
In a large bowl, mix the softened butter and sugar and mix, turning one direction till creamy(you can also use an electronic mixer). Manually, this should take about 90mins.. Break egg into a small bowl and whisk till white. Add the beaten egg to the sugar and butter batter and keep mixing. Add the flavour and nutmeg and mix to combine well.
Gradually add the flour and baking powder and mix, then add milk or water or diluted milk flavour powder and add bit by bit while still mixing until you get a lump free and light batter.
Brush the sandwich maker with butter/oil and preheat for exactly 3minutes. Using a tablespoon, carefully scoop about two and half spoonful of the batter into each well in the toaster to get an triangular shaped cake. Close the lid and leave for approximately 12mins. U can add cocoa powder(or cowbell choco milk to the last batter to get a chocolate brown cake).
Enjoy your snack, also for kids school lunch box!!!!!

Ingredients for sandwich toaster made cake


Getting ready to bake in a sandwich toaster

Batter for our sandwich toaster made cakes

Greased sandwich toaster
Toaster is ready for baking

Simple, quick cakes by my sandwich toaster

Yummy cakes baked in a sandwich toaster
Enjoy!

I promised Zinny this would be published tomorrow morning but couldn't resist the temptation to share ASAP in case a mother needs to put this in a Friday Lunch box or someone needs to bake for Friday sharing with colleagues at work.

Comments

  1. Anonymous2/27/2014

    Wow, thank you Zinny. I'll try this on Saturday.

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  2. Anonymous2/27/2014

    Eya don't understand pls u should ve taken pix both wen u d pouring d batter inside d sandwich toaster pls I rili nid d pix of wen u r pouring it inside so I cn kn hw 2 measure mine.tnks n kiss my kids 4 me

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    1. Anonymous2/27/2014

      Using a tablespoon, scoop the batter and place into each of the four compartment of the toaster so it aligns with the triangular shape(hence the final shape of the cake). The scoop maybe about two and half spoon.

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  3. Anonymous2/27/2014

    This is really nice. I ll try n make it too. Thanks for this

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  4. Wonderful. Baking made easy. Mst try.

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    1. Anonymous2/28/2014

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    2. Anonymous2/28/2014

      Who is the bitter Anonymous 8:43am???

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    3. Anonymous2/28/2014

      Oh no you didn't! Mean is ugly!!!

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    4. N I had 2 miss it!!! Where's d fun in that?

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  5. Anonymous2/28/2014

    Wow! Nice! Thanks for this.

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  6. Anonymous2/28/2014

    Wow! Nice! Thanks for this.

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  7. This is sooooo nice. Definitely going to try this. Tnx

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  8. I just finished making this,nice idea

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    1. Anonymous2/28/2014

      Great! U beat Eya to it, she said she was going to be the first........lol. Pls share your pictures dear!

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  9. They were consumed b4 it occurred to me to take pix.I like d triangular shape.next time sha.hopefully soon becos my kids gave me credit.

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  10. Anonymous3/01/2014

    Wow this is nice am going to try it. Thanks

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  11. Anonymous3/01/2014

    Wow I made this last week and the oooooossss and ahhhhhhhsss I got has made it a constant snack in my home.
    Vicky

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  12. Tokoni3/04/2014

    Aunty eya greetings! Pls do I need to mix d butter and sugar for 1hr? like u would do if u were to bake d cake in an oven? That is d part I find unintresting wen it cums to cake baking.
    Thanks!

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    1. tokoni3/04/2014

      Aunty eya sorry! I just went over d post again and saw 90 mins.

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    2. Anonymous3/04/2014

      Mixing cake batter has never been interesting. Perhaps you could save towards buying an electrical or manual mixer which is easier. Unfortunately, if you don't get the batter right, you end up with a bad cake! Cheers

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  13. Wow! Zinny, you're so creative to think up baking cake using a toaster. It looks quick to try. Am adding it to my weekend try-list. Thanks.

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  14. I baked this 2day and it was awesome. Ofcos the mummys in d house cried sugar! But it was fun all d way.

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    1. Anonymous3/07/2014

      Nice Ivy! Hope u took pictures? Cos we'll love to see them. Perhaps U can reduce ur sugar next time. It can only get better. I equally prefer less sugar but more milk in pastries.

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  15. Waooo this is good, I will try it, thanks to wc and eya as well, this blog is my best as a mum,thanks to zinny as well

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  16. Anonymous3/15/2014

    Hi zinny, I'm really confused, won't you close the toaster after filling it? That's because you said you filled the four compartments. With the batter being runny, won't it pour? I was wondering if it wouldn't be better to add the quantity for one in a compartment (preferably the bottom) so that as it bakes it rises to the top. But if the four compartment filling can work, then I'll try it out. Great idea by the way and thanks for sharing with us

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  17. Anonymous3/17/2014

    I assume she used a 4 sandwich toaster
    Is urs 2 sandwich? Perhaps y ur confused. She would only need to fill the 4 bottom ones and close the lid.

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