If you are looking for a traditional Lemon Drizzle Cake, which is quick and easy, then this is the cake for you. I class it as a ‘proper’ lemon drizzle cake as it has the sugary thick drizzle that sits on top of the cake. The sponge is so light and fluffy and the sugary top gives a nice crunch. It’s an ‘all-in-one’ recipe so takes no time at all to bake.
This marble cake, not only looks pretty but also gives the perfect combination of vanilla and chocolate sponge in one cake. I think the main reason this loaf cake caught my eye was the attractive chocolate and vanilla buttercream frosting and of course the sprinkles just add the finishing touch.
Welsh Cakes are similar to fruit scones just flatter, denser and sweeter. They are topped with a sprinkling of sugar and contain mixed spice and currants, which gives them a nice sweet flavour.
If you like Lotus biscuits you are sure to like this Biscoff Cake. The sponge was really soft and the icing gave a nice caramel flavour without being sickly sweet.
This traybake recipe by Waitrose offers a lovely twist on chocolate cake and the icing is perfect for lovers of salted caramel. The sponge was really easy to bake and comes out super soft and velvety. The sweet icing sets the cake off nicely and contrasts well with the chocolate sponge.
This Chocolate and Raspberry Torte is perfect when you are hosting, as it makes it look like you’ve gone to a lot of effort, when actually it’s a relatively easy recipe.
This all-in-one fruit cake, is ideal if you are short on time, and you like fruit cake of course. It produces a really nice tasting fruit cake. Simple, but still very pleasing to the taste buds. We took a couple of slices to the beach and sat in the dunes of Holkham to eat it, along with a thermos of tea and it was perfect cake for that.
The sponge of this Nutty Marmalade Cake is nicely spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg and complimented with a subtle crunch from chopped walnuts. The sponge is really soft and bouncy and the citrusy icing, gives a strong, fresh flavour to finish the cake off.
If like me, you love cinnamon rolls, you are very likely to love these little biscuits. The vanilla biscuit with a cinnamon and light muscovado sugar centre, gives them a great flavour. And in true Cinnamon Roll style, they are drizzled with sweet, gooey icing, which just sets them off.
Simnel Cake has become a traditional Easter cake. The cake is full of fruit and spice, which gives a lovely moist cake, packed full of flavour. A layer of marzipan through the centre and the decoration on top, gives the Simnel cake its traditional taste. The balls on the top represent the eleven apostles so the number of balls is significant to this cake.