15 minute sponge and custard fix


It’s cold and I need comfort food. Well hel-lo there 15-minute sponge pudding! You’re looking rather tempting…

Microwave sponge cake

A blob of sponge and custard could be in your bowl in less than half an hour (P.s thanks for the photo VBG)

 

I was delighted to stumble across this easy as anything recipe involving no-fuss, minimal ingredients and an appealing quarter of an hour turn-around which very much suits this evenings’ rather lazy but hungry (okay greedy) self.

Even a fool could cook this 

I doubled the recipe I found, which made enough for about four to five bowls.

Ingredients:

  • 100g  butter
  • 100g  brown sugar
  • 100g self raising flour
  • 2 medium eggs, beaten
  • 4 tablespoons milk
  • 4 tablespoons of jam or syrup ( I went for Bonne maman jam, can’t go wrong)
  • Custard if you fancy

Method:

  • Mix in the butter and the sugar
  • Add your milk and eggs at the same time
  • Add the flour
  • Now you’re ready to cook!
  • Put about two teaspoons of jam at the bottom of each bowl. Share out te  ixture between the four bowls (you’ll probably put about two tablespoons of mix per bowl)
  • Put in the microwave. Cook on high power for 2 mins
  • It’s ready already can you believe!
  • Tip: It would be useful to have another pair of hands when making this to make sure the custard and sponge are ready at the same time.
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5 Responses to 15 minute sponge and custard fix

  1. Victoria says:

    HELEN MELON! ME AND KATIE ARE MAKING THIS RECIPE RIGHT NOW!!!! WE LOVE YOU!!!!

  2. Victoria says:

    ITS DELICIOUS!!!???!!! WE CANT BELIEVE IT!!!!! ITS SO LIGHT AND AIRY!!! ITS THE PERFECT TREACLE SPONGE!

  3. Candice says:

    Oh my god!! theis is the best cake EVER!!! I’m making every night for the rest of my life!!!

  4. Glad you enjoyed it gals! Got any easy recipes to share? Always on the hunt for a new cake…

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