So I decided to give this product a try, and here are my thoughts and findings.
So I decided to make a cake using 150g of Cuisine, 150g sugar, 3 eggs and 300g self raising flour. On pouring the oil into the bowl I realised I should have poured it into something I could measure in for although the bottle is marked in 50ml measures the oil is a creamy yellow colour and it takes a few minutes for the bottle to settle enough to see how much you have used.
It mixed up easy enough as you would expect, but I did find that I needed a couple of tablespoons of milk to get what I would consider a normal consistency, but I often do anyway, so nothing different about it.
I cooked up the cakes ( approx 14mins at 180 oC), and left them to cool.
Verdict - the cakes were very light and moist, and certainly not as oily as when I use oil in the cooking, they had a much more normal cake taste. I may add here there is nothing unpleasant about cakes made with oil then are by nature more oily and therefore more moist than a cake made with solid margarine. Very pleasant end product, and will certainly use again.
Here are a couple of them with some vanilla butter icing ( for which I used vitalite not cuisine), note Im trying to get posher, bought an icing set as well!!
ps - yesterday I popped into my local matalan as I wanted an unchipped dinner plate, tea plate and bowl to use in blog photography, very few of my remaining plates are unscathed....picked up 1 of each at £1 a piece and then heading to the checkout there was a stand with for sale stuff on....and there was a 16 piece set (4 mugs, small plates, dinner plates and bowls) for £4......couldn't believe it....so I promptly
This is not a sponsored post it is just my findings on a product I have used.