Two Cakes from 1 Cake Layer

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"Is it possible to make 2 cakes from 1 layer? Check out this recipe and see for yourself."
Preparation15 min.
Cooking45 min.
Тotal60 min.
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  • cake layer products
  • eggs - 6 fresh
  • sugar - 12 tbsp, crystal
  • baking powder - 1 packet
  • vanilla - 1 packet
  • flour - 12 tbsp
  • For the Creams
  • pudding - 1 packet, vanilla, Dr. Oetker
  • pudding - 1 packet, caramel, Dr. Oetker
  • milk - for the puddings (check packet directions)
  • sugar - for the puddings (4 - 5 tablespoons per packet)
  • syrup
  • sugar - 12 tbsp
  • water - 3 1/3 cups (800 ml)
  • essence - rum, liquid
  • for decoration
  • chocolate - 5.5 oz (150 g) or ready - made cocoa glaze
Syrup Cake

How to cook

Prepare the layer: start by beating the eggs with the sugar and vanilla. Once they turn into a fluffy cream, spoon by spoon add the flour that you've mixed with the baking powder. Stir this mixture with a spatula from the bottom up, so it doesn't deflate.

Pour and distribute the dough evenly into a large oven tray, covered with baking paper or silicone baking mat. Bake the layer in a preheated 338°F (170 °C) oven until ready. Check to see if ready with a dry toothpick by poking it.

Place the ready layer onto a cooking grid to cool.

Prepare the 2 Dr. Oetker puddings according to packet directions. For the syrup, heat the water, add the sugar and several drops of liquid rum essence. Once the sugar melts, remove syrup from the stove and cool.

Cut the layer into 2, then each of those into halves. Place 1/2 the cake layers into small rectangular forms, syrup them with the prepared syrup.

Smear with the caramel pudding, place the other cake layer halves on top. Syrup them again, smear with the vanilla pudding. Decorate with melted chocolate or ready-made cocoa glaze.


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