It’s called Spray Cake and it will turn quick-baking on its head.
It started as a class project for John McCallum and Brooke Nowakowski.
“Honestly, we were kind of shocked that it hadn’t been done before. In the process of getting the patent made we were basically looking everywhere we could, high and low, for anyone who had done something like this in the past, but we couldn’t find it,” Nowakowski told WBZ-TV.
It seems they are the first people to ever come up with cake batter in a spray can.
“Spray Cake is essentially cake batter in a whipped cream-style can,” she said.
“(When) you spray it, it comes out pre-risen, so it bakes in less time "
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