Melt in the mouth cake

I’m not going to give away all of my recipes but I wanted to share this as I just found it on one of a popular recipes sites and I’ve adapted it.

This light melt in the mouth lemon & blueberry cake is gorgeous for long & lazy bank holidays. Giving you a summer time feeling. 

This is the first time I’ve made this cake and I will be making it again. 

Ingredients 

125g cooking marg

100g caster sugar + 5 tbsp

1/4 tsp salt

1 tsp vanilla ext

2 eggs

200g plain flour

1 tsp baking powder

80ml milk

200g blueberry

2 lemons (zest only)
Method

Pre heat oven to 180 degree C (160•C for fan oven) Grease & line 2lb loaf tin

Cream marg & caster sugar until light & creamy

Add salt ,vanilla & lemon zest & combine well

  
Separate eggs & reserve the whites. Add yolks to mixture & beat well

Combine 200g of flour & baking powder in a separated bowl

Adding alternatively, with milk & flour to butter mixture.

Wash blueberries & coat with flour then add to mixture. 

  
In a separate bowl, whisk egg whites until soft peaks form, then add 4 tbsp of sugar (1tbsp at a time) until stiff peaks form.

  
Fold egg white into mixture & pour into prepared tin. Sprinkle 1 tbsp of sugar on top before putting in oven.

  
Bake for 30-40mins or until cake test is done. 

  

Published by emmmscakes

I'm a cake maker & decorator based in the beautiful countryside of Kent. I love to bake cakes suited to my amazing customers, to help spread happiness and joy. I bake with passions for flavours and attention to detail. I bake from my 5 star rated kitchen, producing delicious, custom designed cakes for individuals and scrummmy traditional treat cakes to my local village shop and farm shop so no one misses out on getting there hands on one of my cakes.

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