Butterscotch, Strawberry And Chocolate Cakes Made In A Sandwich Toaster By Toyeebah

Lovely cakes baked in a sandwich toaster
 Hello Aunty. My name is Toyeebah,I came across your blog in City people magazine. I must confess I have learnt new positive things particularly the recipes (I love food *winks*),thanks a lot. 

I read the
post on the toasted cakes and I tried it. I made butterscotch(cream ones),strawberry(pink ones) and chocolate flavours(dark brown ones). These are the outcomes:
Ejoy!
Baking without an oven. No excuse not to bake, "wink"

Comments

  1. Great job. Thank you for this easy lunch box recipe

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  2. Anonymous3/03/2014

    did you put d sandwich toaster in an oven. or did u just bake on ur gas.

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    1. Anonymous3/03/2014

      A sandwich toaster doesn't need oven nor gas. Just connect to electricity just like your electric kettle.

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    2. Anonymous3/04/2014

      Oh my word sandwich toaster in an oven! Hilarious I tell u.

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    3. Anonymous3/15/2014

      Roflmfao!!!!!!!

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  3. Hahaahha, Eya don carry last o! WC visitors have beat u to this........lol

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  4. Ma Eya this our blog na Ogbonge.
    After I made this cake as a welcome home snack for hubby on Saturday he was so happy and all praises.
    Reminds me of the first day I made your Tasty Afang Vegetable Soup, he said "my wife this is the best ever".come see sweet 16 blushing. Thank you o

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  5. Anonymous3/04/2014

    Lovely, pls explain what ingredients were used for the butterscotch and strawberry cakes

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    1. Toyeebah3/04/2014

      The same ingredients from the tutorial(I mean the post by Zinny) were used.strawberry and butterscotch are flavours.2 teaspoons of any preferred flavour is ok for the recipe

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  6. happymrs3/17/2014

    A beg I need the original recipe for this biko. Can a cake bake in five minutes? I need to test this wonder too.

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  7. Anonymous3/17/2014

    You didn't put the recipe and how it is possible to bake with a toaster

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