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    • 23rdspiral
    • By 23rdspiral 7th Apr 14, 8:58 AM
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    Anyone remember School Dinner Pink Iced Tray Bake? I'm hunting for a recipie..
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    • 7th Apr 14, 8:58 AM
    Anyone remember School Dinner Pink Iced Tray Bake? I'm hunting for a recipie.. 7th Apr 14 at 8:58 AM
    Ahh, that pink iced tray bake from school... such very fluffy & moist plain sponge that it was barely there and had to be held down with lashings of bright pink icing with sprinkles!

    ... does anyone know the recipie? I guess I could try any plain sponge but that one was particularly fluffy and moist at the same time.

    (I have googled & read over the Recipie collection here to no avail)
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    • lulu2224
    • By lulu2224 27th Jul 15, 7:25 PM
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    is this the recipe I'm hoping it is?
    [QUOTE=Dⅅ65191944]Right mum brought her book over and this is what she has down for it she says they were boring and did white icing tho lol
    6 oz marg
    6 oz caster sugar
    2 large eggs
    8 oz sr flour
    2 tblspns milk
    1/2 tsp vanilla extract


    She said they used to have huge tubs of marg rather than butter at school that's why marg is used here but I'm sure it'd be fine with butter too.


    They used huge mixers and quadrupled the recipe and did it as an all in one mix too.


    Giger sorry no luck for your one she didn't recognise it I'm afraid so it may be a regional thing?


    To make you all feel hungry she brought me over a batch of spam fritters too lol I love my mum!![/QUOTE

    I'm looking for a cake recipe from my high school, it was a tray bake vanilla sponge cake that was either white or really pale yellow, really tall and fluffy and had white icing with sprinkles on... is this the same recipe?

    Also, for he recipe you've given, what size tin? Round? Square? what oven temp? And Baking time?
    • lulu2224
    • By lulu2224 27th Jul 16, 4:11 AM
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    lulu2224
    D&DD could you please tell me for your mum's iced sponge recipe, what size/shape tin is need (for the recipe as it stands- without doubling or tripling the recipe), what temp is it baked at? And for how long is it baked? Thanks!
    Last edited by lulu2224; 27-07-2016 at 4:14 AM.
    • Crannard
    • By Crannard 22nd Sep 16, 11:17 AM
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    Crannard
    Chocolate concrete
    Anything in the recipe book on chocolate concrete.
    It looked like a brownie but was a lot firmer more biscuit than cake.
    I tried so many ways but I'm missing something.
    Thanks for your time :-)
    • p00hsticks
    • By p00hsticks 22nd Sep 16, 11:30 AM
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    p00hsticks
    Anything in the recipe book on chocolate concrete.
    It looked like a brownie but was a lot firmer more biscuit than cake.
    I tried so many ways but I'm missing something.
    Thanks for your time :-)
    Originally posted by Crannard
    http://www.littlestuff.co.uk/2011/02/sunday-recipe-school-dinners-chocolate-concrete/
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