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Sweeeeet !! and i mean that. it was a little too sweet for me. but then, i tend to prefer less sweet things. my bro liked it and he didn't find it too sweet. when I asked him if it was better than one from the shop, he said, and I quote, "there is a nice flavor to the homemade cake that is missing in a store bought cake." mine baked for 28.30 minutes, I used the convection settings in my microwave. i used 1-1/2 tsp baking powder and it rose nicely and was realllly fluffy and, well spongy. goood one. I will be making it again and probably next time I'll substitute a little of the flour with cocoa powder to make it chocolate sponge cake. This recipe can turn eggy and rubbery if you don't beat the eggs right. the timings mentioned are crucial. also, use a big mixing bowl. :D

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cinnamon_roll July 12, 2010

Very lovely cake I was looking for a cake that would be the right amount to fill some Wilton tasty fill mini pans. This worked out perfect. I used the superfine sugar and clear vanilla extract. Very easy to put together and very good directions! Mine baked at 350 for 11 minutes. Served with whipped cream and fresh berries. Thanks for posting a recipe that I will make again.

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Calee March 16, 2008

Very nice flavored, moist and spongy cake. Great bottom for any filled cake.

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rosslare February 09, 2008

The cake was very tasty and sweet. Not dry at all... I made it into muffins, came out like sponge drops. I frosted it with brown sugar frosting.

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daisy M May 26, 2005
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