wakey wakey cakey

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wakey wakey cakey

Postby wulf » 21 Feb 2008, 09:46

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Postby little miss mac » 16 Mar 2008, 18:58

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Postby wulf » 17 Mar 2008, 18:18

I've had a squidgy batch too - I put it down to using a bigger-than-usual banana. Stan didn't seem to mind, though.
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Postby collington » 06 Apr 2008, 22:45

Ok -- so FYI...

0.2 of a kilogram is NOT 20 grams. WHOOPS! :?

Needless to say it didn't turn out well. Luckily, I knew it wasn't good so I just kept piling in liquid ingredients till it was viable. To be honest, I absolutely know it was still too dry -- but even my awful franken-cakes turned out yummy. I'm sure when I do it again to the PROPER PROPORTIONS they'll be great. Thanks for the recipe!!

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Postby doodlesmummy » 07 Apr 2008, 13:54

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Postby little miss mac » 08 Apr 2008, 21:08

How NOT to make wakey wakey cake: measure 200g of cornflakes rather than 20g. And continue to make it, even though it doesn't seem to be quite the same consistency as last time.

This is what 7 months of sleep deprivation does to you :(

Anyway, I chucked out half the mixture, added some more weetabix and banana, and it's in the oven. We'll see how it turns out :D
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love it!

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