It is amazing how popular sponge covered in chocolate and coconut can be. Here are a few lamington recipes you can try.
Any type of plain cake can be used for these lamingtons - sponge cake, pound cake or Madeira cake. Ideally, make the cake the day before for best results, but the important thing is that the cake is completely cooled before icing.
Lamington fingers from the supermarket form the easy base of this yummy cheesecake slice topped with chocolate cream. Allow time for this to chill in the fridge overnight.
Lamingtons are usually made with stale cake. This recipe uses fresh cake, so the trick is to freeze it then sauce the lamination when it is slightly frozen.
This is a basic sponge roll but uses the flavours, look and appearance of lamingtons to create a fun, unique and tasty cake.
I'm a 13 year old kid this is a quick and easy party dish but it's a party thing kids get pretty hyper so it's a one time thing for party's. If you want it to be all home made check the link below! http://allrecipes.com.au/recipe/4673/lamingtons.aspx
A delicious chocolate coconut ice cream, made from scratch with milk, cream, vanilla and eggs. This recipe uses an ice cream maker.
In days gone by leftover cake was refreshed by coating it with chocolate icing and coconut. You can use any 2 egg white cake recipe Leave the cake overnight before icing to stop crumbling.
This recipe gives instructions on how to make the sponge and the chocolate icing, don't forget the coconut. These are my favourite treat ever, enjoy.
This is a recipe that I found in a magazine and have tweaked over the wears to this version that works every time for me.
Finally I tried and succeeded in making my own lamingtons, it was a bit of a mixed recipe using a basic old fashioned sponge as I didn't look hard enough to find a specific lamington sponge.