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Magic Custard Cake Recipe !!




Magic Custard Cake is an intriguing dessert that comes out with distinct layers of cake, custard and soft center all from one simple batter. It’s a magical conversion during baking that pleases both eyes and taste buds.





4 eggs sepated

150g (3/4 cup) granulated sugar

1 tsp vanilla extract

125 g (1/2 cup) unsalted butter, melted

115g (3/4 cup) all-purpose flour

500 ml (2 cups) milk lukewarm

Powdered sugar for dusting(optional)




Preheat your oven to 160°C (320°F). Grease and line an 8×8 inch baking dish with parchment paper.

Beat the egg whites until stiff peaks form in a large bowl. Set aside.

Beat the egg yolk and sugar together in another bowl until it is light and fluffy. Stir in the vanilla extract and melted butter, mix well.

Add flour well mixed.

Slowly pour milk while still stirring continuously till everything is well combined and smooth.

Tenderly combine the beaten egg whites into a smooth uniform batter by carefully folding them in a third at a time.

Transfer prepared batter to baking dish spreading it evenly over it surface.

Bake until top turns golden for 45-60 minutes or center sets but still jiggles slightly when moved.

Take out from oven then let cool thoroughly inside dish. Once cool, refrigerate for not less than 2 hours or overnight.

If you want to, you can put powdered sugar on top of it before eating. Cut into squares and enjoy!



Tips for Success:

Make sure the milk is about body temperature so that when added to the melted butter does not curdle.

Carefully fold in the whisked egg whites to the batter to make it fluffy.

For a better texture and flavor, allow it to cool completely and refrigerate before serving.



Health Benefits:

Contains proteins through eggs.

Provides carbohydrates for energy in flour and sugar.

Milk if used can be a good source of calcium.



Nutrition Information: (Per serving)

Calories: 220 kcal

Protein: 5g

Carbohydrates: 25g

Fat: 11g

Fiber: 0.5g

Sugar: 16g

Sodium: 80mg



Variations and Substitutions:

Chocolate Magic Custard Cake: Put cocoa powder in the batter for chocolate magic custard cake.

Citrus Magic Custard Cake: Add lemon or orange peel on top of this magic custard cake for a citrus taste.

Gluten-Free Magic Custard Cake: Use all-purpose gluten-free flour instead of regular one while making your magic custard cake batter.

Dairy-Free Magic Custard Cake: Prepare your magic custard cake with almond or coconut milk as opposed to dairy milk.




Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

Why did my custard cake not separate into layers? Remember to gently mix in the beaten egg whites then bake at right oven temperatures for them to form layers.

Can I make this ahead of time? Yes, you can prepare Magic-Custard-Cake one day earlier then refrigerate it.

Can Magic Custard Cake be put in a freezer? So, if you have any plans to keep Magic Custard Cake in a freezer, it is not advised because the texture of its custard will not remain as such.




Magic Custard Cake has an exceptional feature; it is one of those baking recipes that are characterized by distinct layers and creamy taste. This is so much more than just a simple cake batter and custard layer. It’s really like magic! For some special occasion or for you own craving discretion, this recipe incorporates all sorts of flavors and textures. All these characteristics would make Magic Custard Cake your go-to dessert among many others, considering its flexibility in terms of flavors and simplicity in making. Hence, every slice of this cake must be savored as it is deeply magical.



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