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    (Original post by alkaline.)
    https://www.facebook.com/aol/videos/1092862010737143/

    how is this **** even classed as cake? it's just water and some jello.
    it probably doesn't even taste of anything.

    why is this classed as cake


    and yeah and the "zero calories" BRUH IT'S JUST WATER FFS tf do you expect uno
    nice 0 calories there with all the syrup and extra stuff added in, also it looks like jelly
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    I leave the base out in this recipe because I think biscuits ruin it but if you want a base just mash up some digestives and mix with butter.


    Ingredients
    150g caster sugar
    400g cream cheese
    250g mascarpone
    2 large eggs and 1 large egg yolk
    ½ tsp vanilla extract
    2 tbsp sifted plain flour


    Put all ingredients in a bowl
    Mix well
    Pour into a cake tin
    Bake 40minutes until just set but wobbly
    Turn off oven
    Open oven door a bit, leaving cake inside for 1 hour
    Take out and let cool completely
    Enjoy!
    cream cheese like philadelphia original?
    also is this a beginners friendly recipe? cause I even messed up cupcakes the first time I made them
    what oven temperature/ fan oven temperature? either is fine

    also is there anything fatal I should avoid doing, I have never made cheesecake before.
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    (Original post by alkaline.)
    https://www.facebook.com/aol/videos/1092862010737143/

    how is this **** even classed as cake? it's just water and some jello.
    it probably doesn't even taste of anything.

    why is this classed as cake


    and yeah and the "zero calories" BRUH IT'S JUST WATER FFS tf do you expect uno
    add in sugar
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    (Original post by alkaline.)
    cream cheese like philadelphia original?
    also is this a beginners friendly recipe? cause I even messed up cupcakes the first time I made them
    what oven temperature/ fan oven temperature? either is fine

    also is there anything fatal I should avoid doing, I have never made cheesecake before.
    Yep I use philadelphia. The oven should be on 180C.

    Be careful when you get the yolk out of the 3rd egg - do it over a separate bowl so you don't get the white in accidentally. And make sure to mix well but don't overmix either. When you finally take it out of the oven leave it to cool before trying to get it out of the cake tin, it will disintegrate if you do it too early I don't generally bother trying to get the whole tihng out in one go, I just cut slices and take them out one at a time.

    OTherwise I can't think what you could do wrong. It makes a really delicious cake
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    cake 2nd edition: THE TRUMP CAKE

    https://www.facebook.com/recklesstor...3525923044135/
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    ZuluK Inexorably The_Internet
    cake 2nd edition: THE TRUMP CAKE

    https://www.facebook.com/recklesstor...3525923044135/
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    Omg I ****ing died watching that

    :rofl: loooooooooooooooooooooooooool
 
 
 
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