This is a sweet, moist sponge cake but it's made richer by pouring a sweet, buttery sauce over it while it's still warm.
Delicious fruity cake that will keep moist for several days.
This is a simple sponge cake that I enjoy with family and friends! It's nice topped with some fruit like strawberries or raspberries.
The soured cream in this cake makes it extremely moist. Drizzle dark and white chococlate over the top for a lovely presentation.
I have a few old tricks that make this classic cake perfect every time...Once the sponge is cooked, turn it out onto a clean tea towel that's covered with caster sugar. Spread with warm jam and roll in the cloth.
A creamy, thick icing that pipes easily onto cakes or cupcakes.
This light and luscious cake is reminiscent of what you find it the best European bakeries, and tastes incredible. It requires some time as the cake must be chilled well before slicing.
A traditional fruitcake decorated with marzipan balls that represent the 11 Apostles (Judas was excluded). Bake in a deep cake tin.
A light cake is topped with a crunchy chocolate nut topping. This stores well and is great for a ladies coffee morning!
A very simple sponge cake with a mascarpone cream cheese, chocolate and coffee filling, rolled up into a log and dusted with icing sugar. Lovely and light!