This tomato soup cake with icing glaze recipe sounds odd but it’s the most delicious loaf cake ever, resembling carrot cake.
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There’s nothing like baking on a dreary, rainy day and with our Vancouver weather of rain, rain and more rain, I was excited to get creative with my baking.
Today I’m sharing my grandmother’s moist tomato soup cake with icing glaze recipe. I know, tomato soup cake?! Really?? It sounds odd but trust me, it’s soooo delicious!
I recently received this Breville Smart Oven Air and wanted to see how good it was for baking. Sometimes I don’t want to wait for the oven to heat up to cook one thing (and waste energy) and was intrigued when I heard that the Smart Oven Air can bake among many other things. I hadn’t had a toaster oven for a few years now, they couldn’t have changed them much, could they?
Toaster ovens have definitely changed! It’s large enough to cook almost anything (even a turkey!) and comes with an assortment of different trays. The glass even shows at what level to put the tray in at.
The large dials are foolproof and so easy to use. You set your temperature and how long to cook it for or use one of the pre-settings and it automatically shuts off when the timer is done. No more burnt food!
It was so easy to bake this tasty tomato soup cake in a loaf pan. I could easy have added it to 9×13″ cake pan if I wanted to.
Here are a few highlights that I love about the Breville Smart Oven Air:
- The Super Convection technology moves higher volumes of air to effectively air-fry, slow cook, roast, dehydrate and even proof dough.
- Saves on energy and speeds up your cooking cycle by 30 per cent.
- The large capacity can accommodate your everyday cookware, including 12-cup muffin tray, or Dutch oven.
- The air fry mode is my favorite where you can place hash browns or french fries on the air fry basket and they ‘fry’ potatoes perfectly.
- The bottom tray comes out completely to wash out all the crumbs.
- Super efficient when cooking food from frozen, such as frozen pizza (and it comes with a pizza pan).
- Dehydrates food, slow cooks food and reheats food perfectly.
I’ve never been so impressed with an appliance before and I’m in love with the Smart Oven Air. I’ve heard that people have just this in their kitchen, no stove or oven. Wouldn’t it be perfect for a basement suite, cottage or cabin?
Please enjoy my grandmother’s tomato soup cake with icing glaze. It’s the most delicious, moist cake you’ll have.
Tomato Soup Cake with Icing Glaze
For the Cake:
- 1/2 cup butter
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 egg
- 1 can condensed tomato soup
- 1 1/2 cup flour
- 1 tsp baking soda
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 1/2 tsp ground cloves
- 1 cup raisins
For the Icing Glaze:
- 1/2 cup butter, room temperature
- 1 cup icing sugar (confectioner’s sugar)
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 1-2 tbsp milk
For the Cake:
- Mix the butter and sugar together until light and fluffy.
- Add the egg and soup and mix well.
- Add the dry ingredients and mix until combined. Add raisins.
- Grease a loaf pan with wax paper and butter and lightly dust with flour. Pour mixture into loaf pan.
- Bake at 350 deg F for 1 hour.
For the Icing Glaze:
- Soften butter and add icing sugar (confectioner’s sugar).
- Add vanilla and milk until a bit runny and spread on warm cake.
I hope you enjoy this tomato soup cake as much as our families does!
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