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Need a cake in a jiffy? Having last minute guests or just need to satisfy a cake craving? Well, this cinnamon tea cake will do it.
It was one of those rare weekends that I don't have to make any cakes for anyone. What do I do when I am not making cakes? Well, I browse through the Internet looking at cakes!
Then I got hungry...for cake.
I need cake...fast.
It needed to be simple enough and use the ingredients that I have in my pantry. I looked through this wonderful book Cakes: 1001 Classic Recipes: 1001 AUTHENTIC RECIPES. It is packed with tons of cake recipes from around the world. I settled for this easy tea cake recipe. The only change I made to the original recipe is to use cake flour in place of all purpose flour.
What I love about this cake recipe is that you can make it and eat it in less that an hour. It makes one small cake that if baked in a 9" pan, it is about 1" high. If you want a higher cake I suggest baking it in a smaller pan. The small yield is just fine with me; it satisfied my immediate cravings and I am not stuck eating cake for the rest of the week (not good for the waistline). It is best served warm, plain or with jam, and tea is optional!
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