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Cakes are harbingers of eternal joy. The decadent, sweet and sinful bite of the dessert can bring anyone joy and ease away all the tiredness of a long day. After a long day of chaos and work who doesn’t want the tasty treat. The best part about baking cakes is they are really simple if you understand the basics. With only a few ingredients you can make the tastiest recipes. If you want to whip up tasty treats easily, here are a few recipes for you.

Mug Cakes

Break an egg in a mug and whisk three tablespoon oil and milk into it. Add four tablespoon cake flour and sugar into the batter. Next add half tablespoon baking powder and one and half tablespoon of cocoa powder along with few drops of vanilla essence and a pinch of salt. Make sure to use the largest mug you have available so as to prevent overflowing of the cake. Microwave the mug by keeping it in the middle of the oven approximately for 2 minutes. The cake should be ready in not more than ten minutes. Let it cool for some minutes. If you have some chocolate syrup, drizzle it on top of the cake and enjoy the cake.

One pan chocolate cake

Preheat the cake to 175 degrees Fahrenheit. Grease the baking pan. Take one and a half cup of refined flour, 1 cup of castor sugar, one-fourth cup of cocoa powder, one teaspoon of baking powder and baking soda and a pinch of salt in a pan. Sift the mixture into an un-greased pan and mix one cup water, one-third cup oil and one fourth of a cup in vinegar. Add a teaspoon of vanilla essence as well. Mix well. Pour the mixture into the greased pan and bake for 30 minutes in the preheated oven. Once the cake is ready put some icing sugar on top of the cake and you are good to go.

Yellow sponge cake

This sponge cake is very easy to make and just needs three ingredients. In a large mixing bowl, whisk four eggs until slight foamy. Add three-fourth cup of sugar while mixing. Keep mixing the eggs until ribbons form. When you raise the whisk the batter should form a ribbon and fall off slowly from the whisk. When you achieve the ribbon texture of the batter, sift in three-fourth cup of refined flour to the batter. You are not to over mix the batter at this stage. Gently fold over the flour with a spatula. Remember the more you mix the batter, the more it will deflate. Stop mixing the batter once all flour streaks dissolve. Grease an 8-inch cake pan with butter or cooking spray. Pour batter into the pan and tap it twice or thrice to take out all extra air from the pan. Pre-heat the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 35 minutes. Once you feel the cake is ready, insert a toothpick into the cake and see if it comes out clean. Wait for at least thirty minutes for the cake to cool down completely in the oven. Only remove the cake once it is cooled down. If you wait for at least 8 hours for the cake to mature, your cake will be crumbly. Enjoy!