PerfectBake Cake with Bosch!

Bosch invites you to put your baking hat on!

We all have those family recipes – the ones that are made year after year, lovingly passed from one generation to the next and ones that are created to specifically impress the mother-in-law. A perfect chocolate cake!

As much as how you love to show off your” show-stoppers” to family, baking a perfectly constructed and well-baked cake from the inside out to impress mom-in-law is both daunting and stressful.

You’ve tried all possible ways to get the right temperatures, the correct heat time, but we all know, you are bound to encounter obstacles that’ll leave your “show-stopper” an inedible mess. Well, you don’t need to worry anymore. The Bosch Series 8 oven’s PerfectBake feature has just come to your rescue.

With the PerfectBake feature, not only are you guaranteed outstanding results every time, but you don’t have to do much in order to achieve them. Giving you time to work on your show-stopping elements of your cake and impress mom-in-law.

How does the PerfectBake feature work?

All that you have to do is select the ‘Cake’ option on the TFT display and press ‘Start’. Your oven will do the rest.

How will the oven ensure that my cake doesn’t burn?

The oven constantly monitors the moisture level of your cake as it bakes and adjusts the temperature/timings as necessary, resulting in a cake that is truly baked to perfection.

What else can I bake with the help of the PerfectBake function?

Anything really! From homemade rolls, meringues, quiches and everything in between – all of which have already-existing baking programs which dictate the perfect baking temperatures and timings. Believe it or not, there’s more!

Do I have to wait in the kitchen whilst the cake is baking?

Not at all. The oven will notify you with an audible signal once your cake is ready, so you can utilize the extra time on your hands to do a wide range of other things in preparation for the party. Once the cake is ready, all that’s left to do is add your own creative touch before serving.

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