During the world cup football, I wanted to teach my children a few things about the various countries participating in the event. Since it was being held in Brazil, i thought it would be fun to try to find a kid friendly recipe that we could bake together and enjoy as a treat.
I searched the internet for Brazilian recipes that had ingredients I thought my children would be happy to eat. I came across this Bolo Baeta recipe , which looks both tasty and simple. It does not require frosting or decoration of any kind, just a sprinkling of icing sugar. What could be better!
[yumprint-recipe id='9′]Cake in Brazil is very popular, and is eaten at all times of day – even for breakfast. This Milk cake, is baked in a ring. I used my stunning Jubilee Bundt Pan from Lakeland to make it look even more gorgeous!
Brazilian cakes are nearly always made in a blender or food processor. This means that making it very quick and easy- which explains why it can be made and eaten for breakfast! This milk cake is a typical Brazilian recipe and is extremely simple to make with just a few store cupboard ingredients. We found this cake to be a moist, dense, close crumb texture. It was both satisfying sweet without being too sweet and was delicious with a hot drink.
So, why not try something a little different for your next tea and cake afternoon with this easy and quick Brazilian milk cake.
I am a preschool and primary school teacher and mum to 3 children. I have been involved in education since 1997 and have trained in a variety of educational specialist areas. It is with this expertise that I write articles to help parents and educators provide quality learning experiences for the children in their care.