Recipe by Carol chi-wa Chung
"The EASIEST way of making the original flavor of Cakes!"
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semi-sweet chocolate chips
apples - peeled, cored and diced
The cake needs less flour!
I'm sorry - but I tried this recipe last night - very excited, because I THOUGHT
it sounded like my moms recipe from years ago which I lost! Well sadly, it did
not even come close! I have used may recipies from tis site to make wonderful
dishes from appetizers to desserts - all successfully! This is a fiasco - not only did the THICK batter resemble cookie dough, and taste like
wallpaper paste, but I also burned out my electic mixer... I am VERY dissapointed.
I am sorry - truly.
P.S. Could there be an error on the recipe ingredients? If so - that could explain
why mine was so terrible! (I followed directions and measured accurately!)
i think this recipe is really good because it only has 5 ingredients which you can easily find at home! i did this at school and it turned out perfect, actually better than i thought it would! if a 13 yr old can do it it must be easy lol. :)
This was the worst recipe I have ever gotten off of the website. I had to quick come up with something for a funeral dinner so I thought I would make this because it was quick and sounded like it would be good. I couldn't even serve it. I don't know if there was ingrediants that were left out of this printing or what but I will never make this again.
this is the fifth time i will use this recipe which my family and i love so much,if the dough is too thick then dilute it with warm milk or water and it would come out right
the recipie was the stupidest recipie i have ever made the cake tasted like and the batter tasted like yuk never make it again ...
Despite the mixed reviews I decided to try out this recipe. I tweaked it a bit and ended up with a chocolate chip cake/bread loaf. I did 1/2 cup melted butter, 1/2 cup oil, 2 1/2 cups flour, 4 eggs, sugar, and some vanilla. I mixed it all in my stand mixer and added milk to reach a cake batter texture. I also folded in chocolate chips. I baked it in a loaf pan. It came out dense and the cake part was a little bland. All in all it was OK, a little dry. Maybe good if served with pudding, custard, or fruit sauce. Would only make again if in a really tight pinch.
I did not care for recipe. I had to throw this away once it came out of the oven!!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Plain Cake
Serving Size: 1/18 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 18
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 129
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