[NEW] How to Bake a Cake with COOKIES & ANTACID – 4-Ingredient Eno Chocolate Biscuit Cake 2020

How to Bake a Cake with COOKIES & ANTACID – 4-Ingredient Eno Chocolate Biscuit Cake

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Here’s how to take cookies, milk, and #antacid, and make a chocolate #cake. Thanks Violet for sharing this one with me.🍰

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25 thoughts on “[NEW] How to Bake a Cake with COOKIES & ANTACID – 4-Ingredient Eno Chocolate Biscuit Cake 2020

  1. Nikki Kidd says:

    It’s like prison cake. They use cookies with the icing in the middle. They scrap the icing off and put it aside. Then they break down the cookies and then put them ina greased container and then add pop and then use the icing on top.

  2. Bobbysox says:

    British person here! Just FYI, we love our Bourbon biscuits but they're pronounced Bore-bon to rhyme with poor-bun, they're named after the French royal house rather than the Liquor. We have a disproportionately huge love of biscuits in the UK! Digestives, custard creams, jammy dodgers, hob-nobs, malted milk, coconut rings, rich tea. . . . we're obsessed.
    We really, really are. 😀

  3. o0Avalon0o says:

    Thank you for educating us! I even learned more about cream of tartar, which I just learned is a byproduct of making wine. Wine is also a way to add acid to recipes; vinegar, cream of tartar tar, lemon juice are all acids that are interchangeable in very small amounts ( like a few drops) for recipes like icing. Watered & vinegar can replace wine in pan cooking because of the acidity but wine also ads sweetness.

  4. Calea Nylei says:

    I can't be the only one that notices that when she has to compare something to a bread, the FIRST bread she says is almost always banana bread 😭😭 I just watched two videos and that's all she compared the things she was eating to… BANANA BREAD! 😂😂😂❤❤

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