By now, you’re probably wondering what the hell a dinosaur cake is.
It’s just a cake with the word “dinosaur” in it.
What a terrible pun!
That’s because it’s a cake that’s actually made out of two types of sponge cake: the dinosaur sponge cake, which is made of a sponge cake made with dinosaur bits, and the jelly sponge cake.
You can’t make a dinosaur spongecake without jelly sponge, so if you’re not a fan of that, you can skip this post.
But this cake is really quite amazing!
It’s super easy to make, and there’s a ton of fun and interesting ingredients you can use in this recipe.
You’ll be amazed at the amount of different combinations of things that you can make!
Here are a few ideas to help you make your own dinosaur sponge cakes: Use jelly and coconut flour for the sponge cake This recipe comes with coconut flour and coconut milk, but you can also use plain flour for a jelly sponge.
If you want to add some extra flavor to the cake, use a bit of cinnamon and a little bit of vanilla extract, which will add some amazing flavor to your cake.
Make it vegan with almond flour for those that prefer it this way.
You don’t have to use almond flour in this cake because it does contain a little almond oil in it, but it’s just something you could use to help thicken up the cake.
Use a little coconut oil to thicken the cake If you’re looking to make your cake vegan with coconut oil, then you should make sure to make sure that you use coconut oil for the coconut flour as well, as that will add extra flavor.
If that doesn’t seem to be an option for you, then feel free to use coconut flour, but if you want the extra flavor, then add in a little of coconut oil.
You could even use coconut butter, but I’d definitely prefer the added flavor of coconut flour.
Bake your cake at 350°F for about 20 minutes, or until the cake is set.
This will help the cake firm up a bit and it will help to prevent the cake from sticking to your hands.
Bake at 350 degrees for about 25 minutes.
If it’s still a bit dry on the outside, then bake it at 350 for about 10 minutes.
It should look like this when you remove it from the oven.
If the cake doesn’t stick to your hand, then it’s done!
Make sure to serve this cake immediately or you could end up with a few pieces of cake that you didn’t even notice you had.