Christmas Angel Cake Recipe
For some stupid reason I volunteered to make some cakes for Molly’s school fayre last week. I enjoy baking but I know to do it properly I have to wait for all the children to go to bed so it isn’t as much fun. It’s strange baking on my own. The downside is I have to break my own eggs which I do only slightly better than my daughter. The plus side is I get to lick the spoon myself and not share.
Anyway I decided to make an angel cake using my recipe from last month but this time with more festive colours. Instead of yellow and pink layers I made green and red ones. This would also work well as a traffic light cake for a child’s birthday. I didn’t use the almond essence in this recipe due to nut allergies, however it does make it all Christmassy.
This is the first time I am baking these muffins but I think they are quite tasty!
So here is the recipe:
2 Cups Plain Flour
1 teaspoons salt
225 grams Margarine
1 Cup Cheese
1 Cup Milk
3 Teaspoons Baking Powder
Extra Grated Cheese
Rub margarine into the flour and baking powder,add the cheese.
Beat eggs with milk and mix into the flour mixture.
Grease muffin tin and divide the mixture equally into the tin.
Sprinkle extra cheese and paprika on the top of the muffins and bake at 200C for 20 minutes.