Winter evening shadows are creeping and deepening around your solitary soul. But baking a cake takes no time to unfold your soul.
This quietly beautiful cake, maintains a relaxed warmth whilst keeping in it satisfyingly minimalist ingredients. It makes an unbeatable visual impression ♥
The cake is so fluffy, improbably airy that it looks like it’s ready to levitate.
Preheat oven to 350 degree for metal/glass pans. 325 degree for dark/coated pans.
Grease sides and bottoms of the pan using softened unsalted butter.
Blend above ingredients at low-speed first and then at medium speed for 2 minutes using an electric hand-mixer.
Pour batter in the pan and bake for about 40 minutes (more or less).
Cake is done when it fluffs-up, shows a few cracks in the center of the surface and when inserted in the center a toothpick comes out clean.
Cool for 15 minutes in the pan, then invert onto a wire rack to allow the cake to cool completely. Remove cake from pan.
Sprinkle sweet and glossy flurries of powdered sugar.
This cake, like a Nightingale, would sit in darkness and sing to cheer your solitude with sweet sounds. Just one bite and suddenly moonbeams will splash and spill wildly in the fog; from the deepest wells of silence you’ll hear its bubble of sound,”Stay Warm” ♥