The texture of this cake isn’t quite as soft as regular Victoria Sandwich; it’s more like a Madeira cake and tastes great.
This is a delicious British tea time classic. I like to add whipped cream to the filling to make it really special.
This classic afternoon tea cake is decorated with a feather icing and it looks really impressive, but it’s incredibly easy to make.
This layer cake is a chocoholic’s dream.
This is a classic, richly fruited Christmas cake – deliciously moist and substantial.
This is my mother-in-law’s recipe and it makes an excellent alternative to a classic, dark Christmas cake.
I like filling this decadent Christmas log with whipped cream and berries and topping it with chocolate buttercream icing.
A Genoise is a particularly light and delicate kind of sponge, traditionally served with fresh fruit and cream – ideal for tea on a summer’s day. This is may favourite way to prepare it and serve it.
For those who aren’t keen on traditional Christmas cake, try this indulgent festive brownie cake.