This is a lovely large flat sheet cake that divides well into kid size portions; it is that easy to make they could probably even help you make it.
. Very yummy! Next time I would add the following steps to make the cake a bit more juicy: After baking take the cake out of the baking tin and stick a knitting needle about 3/4 through the cake all over the surface (be careful not to stick them all the way through to the bottom). Then pour a sirup of 100 g icing sugar and 100 ml freshly squeezed lemon juice on the cake. Put a baking sheet below as some of the sirup might go all the way through the cake. Use up 2/3 of the sirup. Then add another 100 g of icing sugar and use this as the lemon icing for the cake. Put in the fridge to cool. Enjoy! - 26 Jun 2012
This cake was a disappointment. I followed the directions exactly but it turned out very dry. The glaze is nice but considering the cake took six eggs as well as a fresh lemon and still was dry I will not be making it again. - 11 May 2018 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
really quick and easy to make and whole family loved it. I make my own vanilla sugar by sticking used vanilla beans into a jar of sugar and after a couple of weeks the sugar has a great vanilla taste. you can leave the beans in for a long time, even scraped out beans still have a lot of flavor - 17 Oct 2017 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)