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“A Very Special Cake”

I know, I know! 2 cake recipes in one week, but this one was soooooooo appealing i just had to go for it. I jumped on my bike, strapped baby on back (who insisted on kicking her boots off the whole way!) down to the local shops to buy some much needed ingredients. All for this recipe from the

85th Anniversary Recipe book, East Kent Federation of WIs

No Calorie Chocolate Cake!!!

Gloria Morgan      Whitfield Evening WI

7oz SR flour
1/4 tsp salt
4oz margarine
5tbsp evaporated milk
1tsp vanilla essence
8oz caster sugar
2 tbsp cocoa powder
2 eggs
5 tbsp water

Method: prehear oven to 325-350 •F. Grease ad flour 2 x 7″ sandwich tins. Sift together flour, sugar, salt and cocoa. Beat together the eggs, evaporated milk, water and vanilla essence. Stir into dry ingredients and mix well. Divide between tins and bake for about 35 minutes. Sandwich together with butter icing or black cherries and whipped cream.

Gloria says “A very special cake, easy to make. Sheer indulgence”


About Word of Mouth Recipes

We produce fundraising recipe books for schools, WIs, churches, PTAs, hospitals, charity support groups, scouts, guides, brownies, girl's and boy's brigade, civic organisations, employee groups, individuals, etc. You collect your favourite recipes and we produce a beautiful, spiral bound book. And since everyone loves recipe books, these personal collections will sell themselves. Creating your recipe book with us is a no-risk venture. When you follow our guidelines we guarantee that your book will be a success (we have still to print a book which has failed to raise funds!)

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