Home Cooking and Diets

Magic Cakes: Easy-Mix Batters That Transform into Amazing Layered Cakes!


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2017 | ISBN: 0762463058 | English | 128 Pages | EPUB | 57 MB

Magic Cakes is your easy, no-hassle guide to the latest, Pinterest-fueled baking craze!

If you dream of a layered cake, but want to avoid the endless, complicated steps it takes to make one, then you're going to fall in love with magic cakes. With only a single batter that magically transforms into three layers of custardy, fudgey, spongey cake, you can have an easy dessert that looks like it took hours to put together (and tastes like it, too!)
This book contains 40 recipes for cakes, frostings, icings, and other delightful extras that are simple to make and difficult not to devour. Magic cakes can be your classic chocolate or vanilla, a tiramisu cake reimagined, or even an unconventional cardamom-scented sweet potato cake if you're feeling adventurous. Top each treat with a frosting or a simple dusting of powdered sugar, and you've got yourself a magical dessert to savor and enjoy!
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