Sponge cakes are great on their own or as a base for a fancy layer cake. Here you'll find chocolate sponge cakes, mango sponge cakes, lemon sponge cakes and classic sponge cakes.
After my first and only attempt, I have been thinking of making this cake again for the longest time. As I take feedback for all my food very seriously, I changed the previous sponge cake used to chiffon cake. The family prefer the lighter and airier cake when they indulge in this cake. Nothing too heavy, they say. I tried twice with another recipe but failed! :( But third time's the charm with another recipe!
Alas… When i threatened not to bake this ever again should i fail on this attempt, the cake got scared and gave me the colour i wanted it to be! Truth be told, this is not my 3rd attempt like i mentioned on my failed chiffon cake post. It’s my 4th!
This is a simple sponge cake that can be made in no time at all with only three ingredients and no butter. What have you got to lose?
A versatile orange sponge cake that's perfect on its own, or deliciously different for a trifle.
When chiffon cakes first appeared in the 1940s, the focus was on how easy they were to mix. Today, however, we also value the fact that they are sweet treats that are lower in fat and cholesterol than most.
A Victoria Sponge was the favourite sponge cake of Queen Victoria, and has since become a tried-and-true recipe for tea-time sponge cakes. Victoria Sponges are generally filled with jam, and are undecorated on the top, but you can serve each piece with a dollop of whipped cream, or shake some icing sugar over the top if you'd like.
This is a delicious fruity variation of the classic Italian dessert, tiramisu.
This cake always goes down well. It's so easy to remember - as it's equal measures of butter, sugar and flour. If you're in a hurry shove all the ingredients for the cake in a bowl and cream together before you bake it.
This sponge is perfect for afternoon tea. Use a good-quality jam or preserve that has a full, fruity flavour. For a Passionfruit Cream Sponge, see note below.
These sweet and soft mini cakes are usually baked in small molds and served during snack time. Use muffin tins if you don't have the molds.