Layers of moist delicious cake filled with cream, jam or mousse. Many variations - easy to fantastical - to suit your taste, your time, and your experience.
This cake is extra special when made with clear, unsweetened cherry liqueur (kirsch). If kirsch is not available, brandy is an acceptable substitute.
Cocoa, flour, sugar and eggs are ingredients you’d expect to find in a cake. The surprise addition here is - tomato juice!
This is such a good way to get both your veggies and fruits in one hit. Carrot and pineapple make a surprisingly good combination.
Red velvet cakes are an American style 2 layer cake that makes a beautiful alternative to a plain or chocolate cake.
Make sure you don't eat too much at Chrissy lunch, cause this cake is so delicious you will definitely want more than just 1 little slice.
With Guinness and Baileys, so rich and decadent, a delicious Irish treat for St. Patrick's Day or any time of year!
A good versatile sponge cake recipe is essential to any baker's repertoire. It can be as simple or fancy as you like.
This is an amazing dessert cake from Latvia. It's a beautiful combination of sour cream and honey in five thin cake layers. Very quick to cook with a very impressive result.
This is an absolutely wonderful cake that has six layers. It is perfect for special occasions. Serve with whipped cream.
This cake is entirely aptly named. It's devilishly delicious! It's one of my partner's favourites, but I try and only make it for him on special occasions because I can't trust myself to be left alone in the house with the finished product - it's just too good! A rich chocolate cake that has a lighter texture than a mud cake but is much fuller in flavour than a sponge. After amalgamating many a recipe I've finally developed my own. Enjoy!