Find loads of birthday sponge cakes here. A sponge cake is perfect for any birthday cake - whether you're looking for a classic Victoria sponge or a chocolate sponge for a kid's birthday cake.
This delicious sponge cake recipe not only tastes good but will keep for up to a week in an airtight container in the fridge.
This cake is perfect for if you are going to cut a shape it, an example being the Fearless lion cake which I have already submitted as a recipe.
This large chocolate sponge cake is light in texture and filled with a buttercream icing. If you like, you can even glaze it with melted chocolate. This is a good sized cake for a birthday celebration.
Taking the traditional Victoria sponge variants of chocolate and coffee and putting them together! It all came about from the other half's love of coffee chocolates. I suggest you should be familiar with making sponges before attempting this, but it's pretty easy.
This recipe for a double chocolate sponge cake is a total crowd-pleaser; it goes with anything, anytime, for anyone. Whether you need a moist chocolate cake for a birthday or a delicate light finish to a big meal - you can count on this chocolate cake to meet all of your needs. Enjoy with some whipped cream or ice cream for a special treat.
This is just a basic Victoria sponge cake to decorate however you want.
This colourful spongecake is sure to delight. Six different colours of cake batter are mixed together to create this rainbow cake. You can also use this recipe to make cupcakes. Top with your favourite frosting.
A zesty twist on a traditional favourite and perfect to offset the sweetness of the filling. Uses the traditional "thirds" technique.
This is an incredibly simple recipe for a buttery cake. It makes a great base for birthday cakes, a wedding cake or cupcakes. Decorate with your favourite icing.
A lusciously moist and light lemon sponge cake is sandwiched with your favourite raspberry preserves and topped with a light icing. Pure heaven!