Cottage Pudding Cake




Introduction: Cottage Pudding Cake

About: Im new here and im only 13 but dont underestmate me just because i probably spelled underestmate wrong and i dont capitalize my i's. I'm just here to post my ideas to make your life better or easier.

This Instructable is on how to make a good basic recipe with the pleasing flavor of butter. This delecacy got its name because it was one of the most common cakes served in cottages that didn't have a variation of ingredients. The pudding part of it comes from the inside of the cake that looks like a doughy sort of pudding. This is my first Instructable and I'm entered in my first contest so please comment and rate high! Thanks.

Step 1: Ingredients

First you need:

2 teaspoons of baking powder
1 stick of butter
1 egg
1.5 cups of flour
.5 a teaspoon of salt
.5 a cup of sugar
.5 a cup of milk


8-inch square cake pan
2 normal sized bowls
1 large bowl

Step 2: Mixxing

Mix the flour, baking powder, salt and sugar into one bowl. Then pre-heat your oven to 400 degrees F. Then rub the butter all over the 8-inch cake pan and leave it in then put the pan into the oven so the butter will melt. Once the butter has melted in the oven take it out and pour it into another bowl along with the whisked milk and egg.

Step 3: Mixxing

Put all your ingredients into the large bowl and blend it with the eggbeater. Then when its nice and creamy pour it in to your cake pan. (at this point you can add chocolate chips vanilla, or anything else you like)

Step 4: Cooking

Put the pan in the oven and cook it for 25 minutes. When its done stick a toothpick in it and see if it comes out clean, if it does then the cake is fully cooked.

Step 5: Done

When your done you can top it off with some maple syrup, or frosting. I bulit a small cottage out of twix just for the fun of it.

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    12 years ago on Introduction

    Neat! Does this recipe have a history or story? What makes it cottagey and puddingy? I like the cabin! ~Tara