During one of my many days of sick leave, I gave my mum a call. Mum asked me some questions about this recipe in the latest Donna Hay magazine, and whether or not a recipe could be halved. Of course, once this recipe was brought to my attention……I had to make it too.
Trouble is, as I've said before, I'm
a bit very greedy, so I made the full tray bake, but I will admit I cut it into 10 slices, and froze a bunch of them for later on.
The recipe is terribly simple, but when you look at the ingredients, like me, you should be a bit shocked. There is between the cake and the brown sugar filling a scary amount of sugar. It also uses a full 250g of butter, which just seems…..well, over the top.
When I made the cake, it was a on a super tight time frame, so it ended up cooling in a hot oven for something like two hours. I really don't recommend that, because it stuck to the bottom of my tray in the middle, and meant that a chunk of the middle (which thankfully you can't see in my photos) was stuck to the tray. After a lot of cussing and foot stomping (by me), hubby and I stood over the tray and ate the sticky bits.
This is really good warm, its also really good in your lunch box. I'm inclined to think it would be delicious with some warm custard as well!