I left this condensed milk cake unadorned as it was sweet enough as is. But if you feel it needs extra then cut the cake in half and sandwich it together with caramelised condensed milk.
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From now on, whenever I am dealing with an overseas purchase I am going to use PayPal. LugGo never responded to the claim against them, and PayPal refunded the money. This is such a relief as I was concerned that the company would come up with a reason for non delivery. I am still however left without a working solution to our travel needs. Dave and I want to take less luggage with us when we go overseas. But carrying my tote bag proved to be uncomfortable. Mainly because I had loaded it up with things we use on the plane. And this made it very heavy. Lugging it on my shoulder also meant I strained it slightly on both flights. I am now considering an underseat carry on bag. The one I am looking at is quite pricey, but matches my current luggage.
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On the plus side it has wheels and a retractable handle, making it easy to use when in the airport. And it should fit in all the things we use while flying, such as books and toiletries. It can also slide over the handle of my check in suitcase, making it easy to carry when we are using public transport. However, it means an extra bag which we were trying to avoid. And it will take up more space in the hire car. The alternative to this is purchasing a new check in bag so that we have two mid-size suitcases. This will free up our carry on which we used on the last flight to take all our shoes and some clothes, as our check in cases were packed to the brim. A first world problem that thankfully I have time to ponder.
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Condensed Milk Cake
- 385 g condensed milk
- 180 g self raising flour
- 4 eggs
- 60 g butter, melted and slightly cooled
- icing sugar to dust, (optional)
- Preheat the oven to 180° Celsius
- Place the condensed milk, flour, eggs and butter into a stnad mixer bowl
- Beat at low speed until smooth
- Pour into a Bundt tin *
- Place into the oven and bake for 55 minutes
- Remove from the oven and leave to cool in the tin for 10 minutes
- Turn out onto a wire rack and leave to cool completely
- Place onto a serving plate and dust with sieved icing sugar if you want to, before serving
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14 thoughts on “Condensed Milk Cake”
That is certainly a simple recipe — sounds easier than a cake mix.
best… mae at maefood.blogspot.com
It is perfectly simple indeed 🙂
Hi Tandy, we are going to have to get some new luggage for our upcoming trip to the UK in December. I use a computer backpack and a pull along small bag for hand luggage. A nice sounding cake recipe.
I swear by Cellini and would not consider any other brand, and only the soft case. I am thinking about a backpack and will go and look at some next month 🙂
You know I don’t bake sweets, but this sounds like it would be darn good!
Wow, thanks for the compliment Mimi 🙂
it’s hard to find just the right combo of what to use to pack all your travel stuff into. but it’s a nice problem to have, since it means you are going on a trip…
indeed! and glad the comments are working 🙂
The icing sugar on the top is what makes the cake so pretty Tandy! And I’m with you on PayPal, they are really good when you pay for a service or goods and the person never delivers and doesn’t do the work or ship your item.
Thank you Laura 🙂
I love condensed milk and everything made with it 🙂 It looks delish!
Thank you Ben 🙂
Such a great recipe to have on hand with just 4 ingredients. Looks lovely.
Thank you Judee 🙂