Texas Sheet Cake
My 14 year old daughter made Texas Sheet Cake last night, y’all help me make her day with compliments …Be kind
1 cup butter
1 cup water
¼ cup cocoa
FULL RECIPE HERE :
°1 cup spread
°1 cup of water
°¼ cup cocoa
°2 cups of sugar
°2 cups flour
°⅛ teaspoon of salt
°1 teaspoon baking pop
°½ cup acrid cream
°1 teaspoon vanilla
°Icing (recipe underneath)
°½ cup of spread
°¼ cup cocoa
°¼ cup in addition to 2 tablespoons milk
°1 box (1 pound) icing sugar (filter first to eliminate bumps – if not icing will stay uneven)
°½ teaspoon of vanilla
°Cleaved walnuts (discretionary)
*Instructions to make it happen :
+For the cake:
In a pot, join spread, water and cocoa over medium intensity. heat until the spread melts. Try not to cook excessively lengthy.
In another bowl, consolidate sugar, flour, salt, eggs and baking pop.
Add the spread combination to the dry fixings. Look out, it’s hot.
Adding sharp cream and vanilla and blend well.
Fill a cake dish or jam roll skillet.
Baking at 350 degrees for 20 mn.
For the icing:
In a pan, join the spread, cocoa and milk over medium intensity and heat to the point of boiling.
Promptly eliminate from the intensity and blend in with the icing sugar and vanilla.
Blend well in with a blender to eliminate bumps.
Spread onto cake sheet while STILL warm.
You can either mix the hacked walnuts into the frosting prior to pouring it over the hot cake, or sprinkle them on top after you put the frosting on (or discard all together)