Microwave Rescue Meals: Birthday Cakes

23 Apr

ImageHi everyone, we know we’ve been absent lately but we do apologize, as everyone may know, bio can take over a person’s life sometimes! But since Kim and I are having Birthdays just around the corner we thought it would be a good idea to show you how to spice up a birthday cake. To make sure you make the cake fruity and sweet, just have fun with it, so remember to feel free to bring out your personality.

What you will need:
-Any type of cake mix

→ we used vanilla
-Any pie filling or canned blended fruit

→ we used pineapple… YUM!!!
-One microwavable covered dish

How to make it
1) Mix cake mix in microwavable dish
2) Then add in pie filling… (pineapple)
3) Cover dish and put in microwave for 11 minutes or until cake is thoroughly cooked
4) Then dress up your cake with your favorite frosting (Chocolate) and add 22 or 21 candles (don’t set off fire alarm)

5) Finally, serve it at your fabulous party!

The fruit in the cake gives it a fresh sweetness that makes it a unique dish at any party. You really don’t even have to put frosting on it because the fruit will give it that little extra sweetness that everyone enjoys. There are many different ways in which this cake can be made. Another twist to this recipe is for breakfast or dinner make a corn bread mix and add in cranberries. This quick and easy recipe will make you the baking king or queen, hands down.

Also, always remember to feel free to email us at k05hern@siena.edu for any great recipe ideas or tips. We would be happy to test them out and share them with the Siena Community. Also, feel free to tell us how much you like our previous recipes.

Ciao and good luck in these final weeks !!!

By: Kimberley Hernandez, and Tamara Euler

Image source: 1.bp.blogspot.com (Birthday Cake)


One Response to “Microwave Rescue Meals: Birthday Cakes”

  1. Sweet Revenge June 5, 2013 at 12:19 pm #

    You are right. simple recipe but great idea. i also like decorating birthday cakes with fruits
    Sweet revenge London

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