How to make Sponge Molly Exfoliating Sponge

Sponge Mollies are an amazing sponge cake and sponge bath.

I’ve been making these since 2011, and I’m so happy to finally share my recipe with you.

I hope you’ll enjoy the recipe!

The sponge cake is made with a sponge mix and a mixture of baking powder, baking soda, and coconut oil.

The sponge mix is a sponge that is soaked overnight in baking powder.

The baking soda is then added to the sponge mix, and mixed with baking powder until it has a silky consistency.

After the baking soda has been added, it is then mixed with coconut oil and baked.

Sponge Molls are made from sponge cake dough and a sponge bath mixture.

The batter is then stirred into the sponge cake batter, and then covered with a wet cloth.

Sponge mollies don’t require a lot of time or baking time, and can be baked up to a day ahead.

I suggest baking the sponge mollys as soon as possible, and making sure they are ready to use by noon.

Here are a few tips to help you get started: 1.

Do not bake sponge molls in the morning.

They will bake up quickly, and they can take up to 24 hours to bake.


When you bake sponge cakes, make sure you use a large mixing bowl, as these cakes will be difficult to spread.


Use a baking sheet that is larger than the baking tray.

The cake should be spread out evenly.


You can add baking soda to the baking powder and coconut cream mixture to help prevent the sponge from sticking to the sides of the baking sheet.


You will need a large baking pan.

I recommend using a silicone baking mat to make the cake.


If you bake the sponge cakes in a larger pan, make it as wide as you can to allow the sponge to spread out and spread the batter evenly.


Bake the spongecake batter at 325 degrees for 45 minutes.


After baking, remove the sponge with a wire rack and let it cool for at least an hour.


If using a rubber spatula, add a little bit of baking soda into the batter to help distribute it evenly.


When the sponge is cooled, remove it with a spoon and sprinkle with powdered sugar.

This will help distribute the batter.


If needed, add more baking soda.

You might want to add more flour to make it thicker.


Place the sponge in a bowl with a small amount of coconut oil, and mix it well.

I have found that adding more coconut oil makes the sponge even more cakey.

Make sure to add a bit of water to help the batter stick to the pan.

This is the perfect sponge cake recipe for your family!