How to Make Cake in a Sandwich Toaster (Sandwich maker pillow cake)

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Cake in a sandwich toaster? Yes,you read it right!
   During my varsity years, the sandwich toaster was every student's best friend, 'cos you can easily pop in 2 slices of bread, an egg and some veggies and taddam! you have a yummy ''Naija style toast bread'' for breakfast.
   I have always wondered what else I could do with my bread toaster; so imagine my excitement
yesterday, when I got a message from a subscriber, who wanted to know if she could make a cake without a cake mixer & an oven. She also stated that, as a campus student she only owned a stove and a sandwich maker, so I thought, why not give it a try?
  And now, foodies, I present to you a yummy, soft and spongy Cake, made in a Sandwich Toaster .... Enjoy!

 **See video recipe**



Ingredients 
 * 1 cup Plain flour (128 grams)
*  1/2 cup softened Butter /Margarine/ Oil (113 grams)
*  1 tablespoonful Baking powder
*  1/2 cup Sugar( 8tbs  or 100 grams )
*  1-2 Eggs
* 30 ml milk or water(more or less)
* 1 tsp.  vanilla /strawberry extract or ground nutmeg(optional)

*3 tablespoonful Cocoa Powder/or melted chocolate(optional,but use it if you want a  brown cake ) 
 
Note that you can make use of any cake recipe,such as the Banana Cake recipe or the Apple Cake Recipe.  So let's get started.

Preparation:
1. In a large bowl, combine the softened butter and sugar together and beat/mix until creamy.

2. Add the eggs and continue mixing; then add the essence or flavor of choice.Mix thoroughly.

3. Gradually sift in the flour& baking powder, mix and add the milk/water , bit by bit,and continue mixing until you get a light consistency, with no lumps.

 If you are making the brown cake,sift in the cocoa powder with the flour.
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4. Now, prepare the sandwich toaster by brushing the insides with melted butter or oil. Close it and preheat for 3 minutes.

5. Then scoop in the cake batter into each of the four wells of the sandwich toaster/maker.
Tip: if you want a cake with the shape of toast bread, then fill the sandwich maker to the square mark, but for a smaller triangular cake, fill only the smaller triangular wells
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Large Triangle in square mark
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Small Triangles
6. Close the lid and leave for about 3 minutes or until lightly browned on both side.
Tip: To check for doneness, simply dip a toothpick into the cakes;if the toothpick comes out clean and dry, you know the cake is ready, if not, you'll have to leave it for an extra minute or until well done.


7.  Now, remove the cakes from the sandwich maker , serve and enjoy.

The cake keeps well in the fridge for up to a week, simply pre-heat in the microwave and it's fresh again.
 Feel free to experiment and be creative with the recipe, you'll be glad you did ☺.
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Other recipes you can make in a Sandwich toaster or sandwich maker includes Omelette, Akara, Pancakes and Flat bread. To do this, simply grease the pan and place the batter or dough on the hot sandwich toaster; cook for 3-5 minutes and check for doneness.

Check out our Sandwich maker Frittata
  So what do you think? We love your comments :)


<<You might be interested in:
* Easy Multi-Colour Polka Dots Fondant Cake for Beginners
* How to make Fondant from scratch 

* How to Color Fondant for Cake Decorating
* How to Make Butter Icing (buttercream icing) 
* How to cover a cake with Fondant
* Nigerian Cake Recipe
* Apple cake recipe
* Banana cake recipe
* How to make Cake in a Sandwich Toaster

175 comments:

  1. Anonymous11:21:00 AM

    Nky, you are a genius.Thanks for this recipe

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    1. You're welcome , thanks :)

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    2. God bless you richly... You are a genius

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    3. God bless you richly... You are a genius

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  2. Abolore Aina11:28:00 AM

    I'll be making it now, I hope it comes out as good as yours, I'm keeping my fingers crossed.

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    1. I'm sure it will dear :)

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    2. 'boye Mart'1:45:00 PM

      LOL! How re u goin to bake with ur fingers crossed...!:)

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  3. Anonymous12:04:00 PM

    Dis is superb,u are a genius!!!

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  4. Anonymous2:09:00 PM

    Looksyummy!tnx

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  5. Anonymous3:24:00 PM

    God bless you for this. But is 3mins not to small to bake a cake?

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    1. Thanks dear .
      It depends on the capacity of your toaster. Check the cake with a toothpick after 3 minutes, if the toothpick comes out dry, it is ready, but if not, let it stay for an extra minute.

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  6. This is awesome,what a creative mind you've got.Keep it up dear.

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    1. Thank you so much dear, I definitely will :)

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  7. This is awesome,what a creativity. Keep it up dear.

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  8. Anonymous4:39:00 PM

    Will try dis out. Thanks for d reciepe

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    1. Thanks dear ,you're welcome :)

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  9. cool and nix idea👌👌👌👌 A+++

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  10. Anonymous7:18:00 PM

    Iiiiii luv it.tanx

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  11. Shola Kuti12:15:00 AM

    Wow... Am happy som1 did dis again. My big sis used to make dis for while I was in senior school... D day my Food& Nutrition teacher saw... She taised hell... Claiming it wasn't healthy. N since then I totally forgot about it... Thanks for bringing back old memos.

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    1. Lol,, I guess she doesn't believe in 5 minutes cake ... Lol.. I'm glad to bring back those memories dear :)

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  12. I just tried out this recipe...it was yummily delicious! Nyc work swtz!

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  13. Hmm interesting! I think I'm gonna try this with my french brioche and see how it turns out. Nice :)

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    1. Thanks dear, let me know how it turns out :)

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  14. Bisi Adigun6:48:00 AM

    WOW, WOW ,WOW. Nky,I am the student that asked you the question in your banana cake recipe post. I made the cake yesterday and shared it at the church too, I just got a contract from my pastor to sell the cakes at the church restaurant, now I'll be able to make some money to buy new medical textbooks. YOU ARE MY ANGEL, GOD BLESS YOU RICHLY.

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    1. Hi Bisi, sorry I didn't see your question, but I'm so glad to be of help. I feel your excitement dear, congrats on your contract, it gives me great joy to know that this recipe has helped you greatly....God bless you and your business too.

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  15. I made the cakes today for my kids lunch pack, it was so easy like making pancakes, thanks Nky, you are a jewel.

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    1. Thanks to you dear, I'm glad you liked it :)

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  16. Anonymous7:20:00 PM

    must definitely try ds out. can't wait to

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  17. Anonymous7:30:00 PM

    Hi, Nky it'z my first time commenting on ur blog.Though i want to ask how much i could get a sandwich toaster if u have an idea? B/cause i want to have one.THANKZ

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    1. Anonymous11:56:00 AM

      About 2k upwards. Depending on d quality though

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    2. Thanks for helping out dear :)

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  18. Wow.... dis is lovely. Cant wait to try dis, hope it will come out nice like your own.

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  19. Wow.... dis is lovely. cant wait to try it. Hope it will come out nice like yours.

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    1. i'm sure it will dear..maybe even better :)

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  20. abolore aina5:12:00 PM

    I have made the cakes 3 times this week; first plain yellow cake, then pink strawberry and velvet cake and today chocolate ,my co-workers rushed everything.Keep up the good work dearie

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    1. wow, you beat me to the velvet cakes, I'm glad you're enjoying it, thanks dearie :)

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  21. Anonymous2:00:00 PM

    Hmmn, Aunty Nky Lily, you are just tooooooooooooooooooooo much! I feel like hugging you right now. Nnnmuuuuuuah!!!

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  22. Anonymous2:01:00 PM

    Hmmn, Aunty Nky Lily, you are just tooooooooooooooooooooo much! I feel like hugging you right now. Nnnmuuuuuuah!!!

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    1. Aww.... I can feel the hug here dearie...much love to you too sweetie :)

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  23. Anonymous9:33:00 PM

    Thanks Nky,you are a darling..I need to ask though can one actually bake cake in 5 mins as against the type of cake we bake in the oven for 45 mins or thereabout. I want to be able to know what to tell people at home,they can be very picky when it comes to food. Thanks.

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    1. Hi dear, of course you can make a cake in 5 minutes depending on the depth and diameter of the cake. The cake made in the sandwich toaster is thinner and flatter than the one in the oven, so it cooks faster. If you pour your cake batter into a flat pan and place in the oven it would also cook at a shorter time.
      Don't worry dear, give it a try and you'll be glad you did :)

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  24. This is awesome, absolutely awesome. Just this evening we were talking of eating cakes and the disadvantage of having a small oven. With this I can make cakes even before going to work. Thank You soooooo much. What an amazing discovery! My toaster would be working full capacity from now!

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    1. Thanks sweet Dami, now it's time to put that toaster to full use :)

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  25. I would like to experiment such kind of sandwich toaster. I am also having sandwich maker.

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  26. thanks for this. i will definitely try it out.

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  27. Anonymous11:35:00 AM

    You are one very creative person. Keep up the good work.

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  28. Anonymous1:14:00 PM

    hi aunty niky,just come across ur blog.u create wonder with dis receipe.pls can i use microwave,cos i dont have toaster.i so much want to try it.pls reply

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    1. It would work in the microwave too, but then it won't be a sandwich toaster cake but a microwave cake :)
      To use the recipe in a microwave, pour into a lightly buttered microwave save container(a good mug will do), just fill to half of the container, then leave for 3-5 minutes.
      You will see the cake rise to the top of the container. To check for doneness, dip a fork into it, if it comes out dry, then the cake is ready.

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  29. Anonymous11:30:00 AM

    You are toooooo much,wil try it too.

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  30. Anonymous8:32:00 PM

    Aunty Nky,all ds ur recipe re superb,luv ds but ma pls tryn to open d recipe 4 chinchin its nt coming up can u pls send it to ma email tanx owolabimariam55@gmail.com

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  31. Anonymous9:35:00 PM

    Thanks so much,am trying this recipe now and it test so good my kids said is yummy.they can't wait to go to school with tomorrow😊you are a darling

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    1. Aww sweetie, I'm so glad your kids enjoyed it. Thanks for your lovely feedback :)

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  32. Anonymous9:52:00 PM

    wow! I love this. I will try it. thank u

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  33. Oluwadunsin9:23:00 PM

    I just discovered ur site,wow u are a guru in
    dis field.Cnt wait to try al dis ur delicacies.Kip it up darl.

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    1. Aww dear, pls try them and send me some pics too.. thank for coming around and hope to see more of you :)

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  34. New blogger!....I tried this recipe and it was waiiii yummy and extremely easy! U r the best.....

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    1. You're a darling Bunmi.Thanks for your lovely feedback :)

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  35. dis is eye opening Nky.i love it

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  36. Anonymous10:22:00 AM

    This is superb, tnx

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  37. Anonymous10:18:00 AM

    speechless! who would have thot? thanks for sharing.

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  38. Anonymous10:09:00 PM

    Like seriously anty Niky this is strange...i just told my husband that i was going to use the toaster to make a sandwich cake and he said i dnt know what is doing me that how can i use a toaster to make a cake.Anty Niky i really have passion for baking cakes and i like what you do.Can u pls reply me?

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    1. Hi sweetie, of course you can. Watch my video and you'll see, how I did it. Don't worry you will surprise your husband.
      First prepare the cake mix, then call your husband to sit by your side. Now grease and heat up the toaster for 3 minutes, pour the batter into the toaster wells, close and leave to cook for 5 minutes,and VIOLA. you'll see the surprise on your husbands face. Pls send me pics as he bites into the cake .lol :)

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  39. Anonymous3:34:00 PM

    Pls how do i grease the toaster is it both the cover and the wells?

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  40. Anonymous3:35:00 PM

    Pls how do i grease the toaster is it both the cover and the wells?

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    1. You grease both the cover and the wells with butter.

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  41. Anonymous5:07:00 PM

    ok...i also want to ask do i continue greasing after maybe the first set is baked until the batter finishes?

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    1. Continue greasing. It's best to use a brush, It makes the work so easy.

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  42. Anonymous8:05:00 PM

    Dz is awesome maam.Tks for d recipe. What kind of milk do i use? Nd pls i lyk very soft cakes,hw can i achieve dat.

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    1. The recipe will give you soft cake dear. You can use Whole milk, diluted evaporated milk or powdered milk dissolved in 30 ml water.

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  43. Anonymous10:33:00 PM

    Just tried this out,and it came out great,thanks for the great recipe.

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  44. Anonymous10:33:00 PM

    Just tried this out,and it came out great,thanks for the great recipe.

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  45. Anonymous6:38:00 PM

    pls what do u mean by whole milk and where can i get it from.. I hv been hearing of whole milk but do not understand wot it means. Tanx

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    1. Whole milk is pasteurized cow milk .That is , cow milk that has gone through some processes to kill any harmful bacteria in it. You can use evaporated milk or dissolved powdered milk as a substitute.

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  46. Anonymous7:53:00 PM

    pls i want to knw if vitali margarine is good for baking my sister brought it for me but i have not used it before.

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    1. You can use it,if you can't get real butter :)

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  47. Anonymous7:53:00 PM

    pls i want to knw if vitali margarine is good for baking my sister brought it for me but i have not used it before.

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  48. Anonymous7:42:00 PM

    what kind of cup do u use?

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    1. A cup that measures 128 grams when you add plain flour in it.

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  49. Anonymous3:48:00 PM

    where can i get such cup? Is it sold in the market?

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  50. Anonymous3:48:00 PM

    where can i get such cup? Is it sold in the market?

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    1. Hi dear, it's not a special cup, just use any cup that has a scale mark on the body to show you when you have reached your desired quantity.
      And YES, you can buy a measuring cup in the market :)

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  51. 'boye Mart'1:42:00 PM

    Bless u! I loooooove what u re doing! I cant wait to get home to try out this 'toaster-style' cake recipe...I think it would be a time-saving-deliciously-fresh way to make cake for the kids' lunch pack everyday! WOW!
    Question: Can d batter be mixed and kept in d refridgerator/freezer to be used daily? Zillion thanks=)

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    1. You can leave in the fridge for 2 days, but make sure that you bring it to room temperature before use.
      And thanks for your lovely comment Hun, your kids will love it :)

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  52. Anonymous9:25:00 PM

    Lily, I tried it out today and it was fantastic....my fellow corp members love it! God bless you! Grace.

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  53. Anonymous9:25:00 PM

    Lily, I tried it out today and it was fantastic....my fellow corp members love it! God bless you! Grace.

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    1. Thanks for your lovely feedback Grace, I'm so glad to be of help :)

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  54. Am going to try this out am sure my daughter will love it. God bless you

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    1. O yes she definitely will love it :). I'll be expecting your feedback dearie.

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  55. Anonymous6:39:00 PM

    Wil sure try it this weekend but in d absence of coco powder can I use milo? Thanks

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    1. You can make use of milo, but be aware that it will taste like milo and not chocolate.
      Let me know how it turns out :)

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  56. Just found this and can't wait to try it out but I would like to know if cowbell chocolate (in sachet) can be used as a substitute...Thank u!

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  57. Just found this and can't wait to try it out. PIease would like to know if cowbell chocolate (in sachet) can be used as a substitute for cocoa powder. Thank u!

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    1. You can use that, but be aware that it won't taste like chocolate cake, because cowbell chocolate is not pure cocoa powder.

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  58. I tried this and my preschool daughter loved it. It will be perfect as snacks when she starts school. Thank you soooooooo much!

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    1. I'm so glad she enjoyed it.
      I make it in different flavors for my kids and they just love to flaunt it in school :)

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  59. Anonymous12:26:00 PM

    I Love your site, pls can i use the toaster for meart pies too?

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    1. Thanks dear, and I don't think it would work for meat pies.

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  60. Anonymous10:38:00 AM

    Pls can u use a microwave to bake cake and wots d procedure if yes

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    1. Yes you can bake a cake in the microwave, but I just don't like the texture of microwave cake, but you can give it a try.
      First, pour the cake batter into a grease microwave safe pan and then place in the microwave (700w or 900w depending on your microwave settings) for 5-8 minutes, then put off,and leave to rest for 5 minutes. Check the cake for doneness, and leave to cool completely.

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  61. lovely idea.I will surely try this.

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    1. Thanks dear, I'll be expecting your feedback :)

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  62. Anonymous5:38:00 AM

    This is so clever!

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  63. interesting! I'll definitely try it out!

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    1. Great, I'll be expecting your feedback :)

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  64. oh my, just stumbled on this incredible site via google. oh wow, am so going to try them all in my spare time. thanks so much, cheers :)

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    1. You are so welcome dearie, hope you try it out soon :)

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    2. I tried this out last night for dessert, but it turned out that my family (including) me, ate it all up even before dinner. Haha! Thanks Nky....for this lovely and time saving idea. Plus, the cake actually cooks well in the toast, so its healthy. God bless you!

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    3. I also took pictures, how can I send them to you?

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    4. You are so welcome dear Esther. I'm glad you all enjoyed it and yes, it is healthy.
      Send the pics to nigerianfoodtv@gmail.com, I'll love to see them :)

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  65. Anonymous5:04:00 PM


    waoh! U're a genius.. tanx for the info.

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  66. Anonymous5:05:00 PM

    Waoh! U're a genius.. tanxx for the info

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  67. This worked so well! I have an oven, but couldn't resist the look of these cute cakes. I was afraid batter would drip all over the place, but it was quite straightforward. Sharp-sharp cake, I tell you! Thanks for the recipe.

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    1. Thanks for your lovely feedback hun :)

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  68. unspeakable joy3:26:00 PM

    Nky, I decided to make this today, and u know what? After mixing phcn took light, waited for a while no light, so I had to put it in my oven. It came out well but I wish I had those toaster shapes. Thanks

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    1. eya, phcn and their wahala. Hope u try the toaster next time dearie.

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  69. Anonymous7:42:00 AM

    How many cakes does your batter make?

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  70. Anonymous11:12:00 AM

    New to your site and whoa I must say. I am definitely trying this for my family this weekend. Can I keep the paste in the fridge if I do not want to use everything at first try?

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    1. Hi and welcome to the website dearie :)
      A lot of people put cake batter in the fridge., put I don't recommend it because the cake might come out flat and thick, instead of puffy and fluffy.

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  71. Anonymous12:28:00 AM

    You are just too much all your reciepies are superb keep it up

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  72. Wow this pan cake looks so yummy. tonigt i m going to try this delicious pan cakes in my Sandwitch Maker

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  73. Liked your recipe a lot. Looking forward for some more mouth watering recipes. Keep up the good work.

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  74. Anonymous5:15:00 PM

    thanks Nky, you are doing a great work.

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  75. Anonymous2:11:00 AM

    Very interesting, i wish i had flour now, but i must try this by monday. I hope i will get it right.

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  76. this is awesome, can't wait to try this out more of u,

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    1. Thanks, I'll be expecting your feedback :)

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  77. Hello nky, I want to make this cake but I don't know how to measure because am using 1kg of flour? And how can I get a velvet cake? Waiting urgently

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  78. Hi... This receipy is amazing .I love it I saw it today and immediately tried it and my sandwich cakes were amazing... Thanks to you. I like little receipies and now I find your website.thankyou once again for this.

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    1. Thanks for your lovely feedback dearie

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  79. Hello nky I asked for the recipe of 1kg of flour for this cake but u didn't reply, am waiting and pls do you have a cookery book?

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    1. Hi Asiya, multiply every ingredient by 8, to get the amount for each.

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  80. Osetemega11:41:00 PM

    Nky I love u so much...it came out so well...God bless u richly...kisses

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  81. Hello Ma. I just tried this and it turned out badly.. It didn't rise at all.. I decided to watch your video and I discovered that the amount of flour you used was way more than the 1 cup measurement. I want to be sure if its the same 1 cup pls

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    1. That is strange, how many grams is the cup you used?

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  82. Great work! Please how do I cream oil and sugar? You did mention oil can be used... Thanks!

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    1. Hi Pypy, mix the two until the sugar is partly dissolved.

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  83. I enjoy every beat of your teaching, I now save a lot by doing them myself, pls can I fry my meat pie since I don't have oven? if yes how, thanks for the good work

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  84. Luv ur work.very well, thaks a lot, pls can I fry my meat pie ann how since I don'?thave oven, thanks

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    1. Hi Ruthy, pls dont fry the meatpie, you can bake it in a pot like I did with this cake http://www.nigerianfoodtv.com/2015/03/how-to-bake-cake-without-oven-and-on.html

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  85. ...I can't just wait to try this...thanks so so much

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  86. Hi Nky hope the Lord is still using you in your cooking ministry, pls keep it up ok? I just finished making cake in my sandwich toast and it came out fast perfect. God bless you real good my dear.

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    1. Yes o Pastor, I'm honored to heed the call and glad to see you here again.
      Thanks for your lovely feedback, God bless you too sir :)

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  87. Luv the recipe, it really worked. Tnks

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  88. Nky, WoW!!! i am just thinking on how to get baking tools for my home made cake and this came up like... Girl you are the best, Thank you SO!!! much, kisses

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    1. Thanks Muddie , glad to be of help xoxo :)

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  89. Jessie darling6:42:00 PM

    I can't wait to try it out I am sure it will be mmwweee

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