The traditional honey cake is one of those things you can make in a moment.
It’s not quite a cake, but it’s one that can easily be made in just a few minutes.
You’ll need some flour, butter, eggs and some baking powder, but you can also make a cake with a few other ingredients, such as chocolate, cream and icing.
You can make it by hand if you’re a baker, or you can bake it in advance and bake it on the weekend or in the evening, if you don’t want to wait for the weather to turn and you can have a cake to enjoy with a group of friends or a big group of guests.
If you’re looking to make your own, you can use the following steps to get the basic ingredients you need: a bowl of water You can get a bowl at your local bakery, but I prefer to use a food processor.
If not, get one that does the job.
A few tablespoons of the flour mix will give you the basic flour.
A small amount of baking powder and some butter will give the cake a glossy finish.
You want this mixture to be at room temperature, so you can add more if you like.
You may need to add more flour if you want it to stick.
In a medium bowl, mix together the flour, baking powder (if using) and cocoa powder.
Heat the water in a pan over medium-high heat.
Add the sugar, eggs, and baking powder.
Add enough flour mixture to the sugar mixture, but not too much to break up the flour.
Cook until the mixture is pale and fluffy.
Add more flour mixture if necessary.
Keep adding flour mixture until it is a smooth, uniform consistency.
When the mixture has thickened, add the butter and continue to cook until it starts to thicken and turn golden brown.
The batter will be thick, but this will just take some time.
You don’t have to use all the flour in the bowl you’ve just used, but just enough to make it thick enough.
Add about a tablespoon of the icing mix to the batter, or just enough icing to give it that glossy finish you like from the cake.
If it is too thick to stick to the sides of the bowl, add a little more icing.
Pour the batter into the prepared bowl and bake at 180°C for 30 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the centre comes out clean.
This should take about 15 minutes.
Once the cake is done baking, remove it from the oven and cool in the pan.
When cool, you may need a knife to cut through the batter to get all the batter out.
You should be able to see a little white icing in the center.
Remove the cake from the pan and put the bowl back in the oven.
The cake should be a light golden brown and set at room temp, or even a little higher.
Let it cool for 10 minutes.
Then, use a spatula to scrape out the frosting, if there is any.
The icing will be a bit tacky when you remove it, but that’s ok, it’s optional.
Serve immediately with a little chocolate icing.