4 Reviews

This recipe doesn't tell you the temperature to bake it at. I'm trying 325 degrees from another recipe. I hope it works!

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CactusFlower513 February 18, 2014

I baked mine at 325. It's a good cake if you are craving something sweet and have limited ingredients in the house and no money to buy a package of cookies, I guess. It takes a long time to bake, and at least overnight to chill and I'm hoping it tastes better cold. I haven't chilled mine completely yet, but just had to take a small square to see how the layers turned out. I have three distinct layers - the custard and almost angel food sponge cake are about the same thickness, almost an inch, with a very thin dense bottom layer. The custard is very eggy, the top, like I said is almost like angel food. I'm not blown away by it. I might make it again and keep a closer eye on the time as my kid was making popcorn in the kitchen and I never heard the timer go off after 45 minutes. When I did take it out, the cake was tall, standing well over the edge of the 8x8 pan, and golden, but fell about an inch as it cooled. So, maybe it was over-baked. It's just not thrilling.

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Kate P. February 18, 2014

I got this from Pinterest and tried it! Fabulous! Thanks for posting her for another quick go to. Nice and easy recipe with fantastic results! One our holiday favorites!

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Rogue7 November 04, 2013

thanks for posting my recipe!!<br/>http://decoraciondemabel.blogspot.com.es/2013/02/tarta-magica.html

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mabelme2003 May 11, 2013
Magic Cake