Valentine Can Cake
Just for the four of us, my daughters, my husband and I, I wanted to make a small cake for Valentine's Day. I only have large baking tins, but the idea popped into my head to use an empty vegetable can as a baking tin. I love the result! The cake is just large enough to cut into four pieces.
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It looks delicious and what a great way to control the portions.ReplyDelete
Oh how sweet and the perfect size too. Just enough for everyone and nothing goes to wasteReplyDelete
I love this idea. So cute and looks amazing!ReplyDelete
What a great idea! And it looks really delicious!ReplyDelete
Great idea! I'd love the recipe!!ReplyDelete
Lovely idea. using cans for different things is a wonderful idea. I have also used them for stacked salads. Thanks for sharing at Dishing It & Digging It.ReplyDelete
Looks so good! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!ReplyDelete
That's so cute, what a clever idea. and you made it look so fancy too!ReplyDelete
What a good idea. How did the tin hold up to the heat? Love the cake decorations!ReplyDelete
The tin holds up perfect. I used a tin that was coated with a sort of white paint on the inside (there were beans in it) and greased it with a lot of butter, so the cake came out of the mold easily.Delete