If you’ve never made a wildberry cake before, you’re in for a treat. This one is easy to make and full of berries.
I have never made a wildberry cake before, but I think some of these directions are pretty easy to follow. I don’t know why I bothered to try making this one. It was pretty good.
What do you do when youre making a wildberry cake and youve got a whole bunch of berries? Add them to a big bowl and use that as your cake batter.
Well, I don’t know about you, but I think I’m going to go ahead and make a couple of batches and see how they turn out. It’s a very moist cake and I’m pretty sure I’ll have a few bites left by the time the cake is done.
But that wont be the case. This cake is made from a mixture of various ingredients and is so tasty it will have a party. And it will not be as moist as you think. The main reason why this cake is moist, is because it is made with oats. This is a very common type of flour in most cake recipes. It’s the same one that is in the flour you would use to make cookies. Its also the same one that is used in breads.
This is actually a good point. The reason I would use oatmeal instead of other flours is because I find oatmeal to be easier to work with. I find that if I have a lot of other ingredients in my recipe, its very difficult to remove all of the extra ingredients from my recipe. I think this is why I like to use all oats.
In this case I think it’s because oat flour makes a lot of dough work much easier. If I have to add ingredients to my recipe and then remove them I find I can’t get my ingredients to work together as easily which can lead to some pretty fiddly looking results.
I will admit, I probably won’t be able to use all oat flour in my cake recipe, but I think it would be very hard to find any oat flour that would be suitable for this recipe. I would imagine that oat flour is the most common and most widely used flour ingredient for bread, so I would think if oat flour is used, it would be the most common in recipes used for bread.
I don’t know. I could be wrong, but I have no idea.