Not Just Cakes: 5 Delicious Ways To Use Leftover Cake Batter
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It’s your birthday or someone’s in the family. You decide to bake a cake for the special occasion. However, your proportions go a little over board and you end up with a fluffy cake in one hand and some leftover cake batter in the other. Confused about what to do with it? If you’re thinking of making another small cake, we would tell you to stop right there. Cake batter isn’t just meant for cake! Yes, you heard us. 

There are numerous ways in which you can make the best use of cake batter and create some lip-smacking sweet treats at home so that you don’t get bored of eating the cake. 

1. Cake Batter Martini 

Up for some drinks? Give your regular martini a sweet and creamy makeover with this cake batter recipe. Take some vodka, white chocolate liquor and mix them in a funnel-shaped glass. Layer it with loads of whipped cream and finish it with some colourful sprinklers. 

2.  Cake Batter Ice Cream 

If you are craving a chilled dessert then this ice cream should be on your list. The cake batter is mixed with egg yolks, vanilla extract and milk. The mixture is made smooth by adding whipped cream and freezing it in the refrigerator overnight. You can add sprinklers too. 

3. Cake Batter Choco-Chip Cookies 

Cookies were actually the first step taken in the direction of discovering cakes. Roll out small, round-shaped cookies with the cake batter and add choco chips and chocolate pieces on it. Bake them and enjoy! 

4. Cake Batter Cinnamon Rolls 

Rolled up some cinnamon rolls for breakfast? Try adding some cake batter to it and relish it with a drizzle of rainbow icing as a breakfast dish or dessert. 

5.    Cake Batter Mousse 

A smooth and nicely thawed cake batter mixed with vegetable oil can give you a yummy mousse for dinner tonight.