The short answer in no!
And yes you can bake two cakes at once in the oven. Isn’t a good news?! Save time and power. There are a few steps to follow to ensure the cakes will cook properly. You need to ideally use the same batter or the same type of cake who will cook at the same temperature. This means it will not give the best results if you bake a mud cake and a sponge cake at the same time because they don’t require the same temperature. To read all my tips about baking two cakes at the same time in the oven, check out this blog post with over 400 weekly views.
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