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Making a cake
E2-E3 Functional Maths revision Name ________________ Date _________ All-in-one sponge cake (Delia Smith's recipe)
http://www.deliaonline.com/how-to-cook/baking/how-to-make-all-in-one-sponge.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-jJxA53SFI
100g self-raising flour 1 tsp baking powder 100g butter 100g caster sugar 2 large eggs 2-3 drops vanilla essence
Pre-heat the oven to 170?C.
Grease two sponge tins (18cm diameter) and line with greaseproof paper.
Take a large roomy mixing bowl and sift flour and baking powder into it, holding the sieve high to give the flour a good airing. Then add all the other ingredients to the bowl and whisk them - preferably with an electric hand whisk - till thoroughly combined. If the mixture doesn't drop off a wooden spoon easily when tapped on the side of the bowl, then add 1 or 2 teaspoons of warm water, and whisk again.
Divide the mixture between the two prepared tins, level off and bake on the centre shelf of the oven for about 30 minutes. When cooked leave them in the tins for only about 30 seconds, then loosen the edges by sliding a palette knife all round and turn them out onto a wire cooling rack. Peel off the base papers carefully and, when cool, sandwich the cakes together with jam or lemon curd, or jam and fresh cream, and dust with icing sugar.
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Making a cake
E2-E3 Functional Maths revision Name ________________ Date _________

Price List
Margarine Caster sugar Self-raising flour Cadbury mini eggs Bicarbonate of soda Butter Plain flour Baking powder Granulated sugar Vanilla essence Medium eggs Vanilla yogurt Large eggs

?1.22 ?1.39 52p ?1.35 86p 98p 42p 83p 97p ?1.04 ?1.57 61p ?1.68

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Making a cake
E2-E3 Functional Maths revision Name ________________ Date _________

Cake Decorations

Squirty cream Hundreds & Thousands Marshmallows Jelly Diamonds Birthday candles Chocolate stars Sugar alphabet Silver pearls Ready to spread Icing

92p 85p ?1.09 79p ?1.27 ?1.33 ?1.39 ?2.48 ?2.15

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Making a cake
E2-E3 Functional Maths revision Tutor instructions
1. Set up weighing scales with different amounts or draw weighing scales on whiteboard. Students to read the scale and write down the amount on their mini whiteboards. Compare answers and check any misunderstandings.
2. Look at the cake recipe. Discuss units, times, vocabulary of position, measurement, shape, etc.
Then instruct learners as follows:
3. Find the items you need to from the shopping list. Write them down.
4. Calculate how much it will cost to buy all the ingredients (using a calculator).
5. Write down a way you can check that your answer is right.
6. Write down which note you would choose to pay with: ?5, ?10, ?20
7. Write down how much change you should get.
8. Round each price to the nearest 10p.
9. Choose 3 items from the list of decorations. Calculate how much they will cost.
10. Write down a way of checking your answer is right.
11. Write down which note you would choose to pay with: ?5, ?10, ?20
12. Write down how much change you should get.
13. Round each price to the nearest 10p. Optional student worksheet for steps 3-13 on pages 5-6.
The worksheet is generic and can be used with any cake recipe. Extra and extension ideas 14. Double and halve the ingredients.
15. Draw halves and quarters of "cakes" in square / circular / rectangular cake tins
16. You are making 4 / 5 /10 cakes for a fair. Only 3 tins will fit in the oven at once. How many times will you have to refill the oven? How long will it take to cook all the cakes?
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Making a cake
E2-E3 Functional Maths revision Name ________________ Date _________
You will need a recipe and price lists. You must show all your working out even if you use a calculator. You are going to make a cake. 1. Look up the items you need to buy from the list and write them down.
2. Work out how much it will cost to buy all the ingredients. You can use a calculator. 3. Write down a way of checking your answer is right. 4. Write down which note you would choose to pay with: ?5, ?10, ?20 5. Write down how much change you should get. 6. Round each price to the nearest 10p.
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How do you make chocolate chip cookies without baking soda?InstructionsFirst, preheat your oven to 350 degrees fahrenheit. ...In a mixing bowl, beat together the butter and sugar until mixed. ...Next, add in one egg, and a little vanilla extract, and beat together until combined.Then, fold in the flour until mixed, before then folding in the chocolate chips.More items...

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