Another no-bowl cake recipe. Found this one on a MasterCook recipe e-list back in 1998. Haven't tried it yet but hope to soon. Update: I have tried this now and used half all-purpose half whole wheat flour and no nuts. It worked very well. Not a high rising cake but it was nice and moist when we had this for breakfast the next morning. Took 25 minutes in a 9 inch pan.
Tea loaves are among my favourite things to bake. This is one in my to try file so I can't comment yet on how it works. Using the peel of the apple and orange in this would boost the fibre content some.
Finally tried this cake a few days ago after having it in a folder since 1981. It worked very well. I did not try it with the frosting since I served it as a simple snack cake to pack in lunches. I do believe I am in love with no-bowl cakes! I baked this in an 8 inch square pan and it needed the 35 minutes in my oven.
I found this on the 'net in a hungry search for ever more scone recipes. This was listed as being a prize winner in a recipe contest for wheat germ. They don't contain egg so a true scone aficionado would probably say these are a biscuit not a scone.
The instructions are as I originally found this recipe, for cutting out with a round cutter, but for scones I always pat the dough into a circle and cut it into wedges with a knife. The less the dough is handled the more tender they will be. I am not sure where this came from originally, I found it on the 'net somewhere.
Another recipe from the same magazine article where I found the No-Bowl Banana-Nut Cake way back in 1987. This one requires a little more work since the apples require peeling and chopping. I haven't tried this particular recipe yet but will since the banana cake was so good and so easy.
Another companion recipe to the no-bowl banana nut cake I have tried and posted. A snack style cake. I haven't tried this one yet but plan to. The few utensils required for putting no-bowl cakes together is just so appealing!
This was a companion recipe to the No-Bowl Banana Nut Cake I have already posted. I haven't tried this one but if it is anything like the banana cake it it will be good AND easy. I hope to try this one soon.
Although there are many banana cakes here on Zaar, I couldn't see one just like this. It is more of a snack cake style, not fancy. I found it in my files while in search of something easy and requiring a minimum amount of equipment and workspace. I served it with a sifting of confectioner's sugar over top but you could serve it iced or without a topping if you prefer. I left out the salt when I made it and don't know that it would have made any difference if I used it. I used an 8 inch square pan and initially thought there would be too much batter but there wasn't. Just be careful stirring at the beginning till the dry ingredients start to be incorporated.