So I tried to master this chocolate VictoriaSponge cake twice before I got to this (sadly I didn’t get a photo of the whole cake as Alexander tucked in before I could #mummybloggerproblems) but this is honestly the most delicious chocolate cake I’ve ever baked or even, eaten
Baking has to be one of my favourite things to do where cooking is concerned but I have never managed to master a great looking VictoriaSponge cake, still haven't, but what I have managed to do is create a great tasting one
Prep Time. 20 min. Cook Time. Total Time. 40 min. Ingredients CAKE 6 medium eggs 1/2 tsp vanilla powder (or tsp of vanilla extract) 70 ml honey 85ml melted coconut oil (about 65g melted) 70g coconut flour a pinch sea salt 2 tsp GF baking powder FILLING A jar of sugar free jam of your choice - about 250g needed (depending on preference) 250g organic greek yogurt or thick coconut cream Strawberries to top
For people like me who are vegan but perfectly happy to eat some gluten now and again, here’s a classic British VictoriaSpongerecipe that tastes almost identical to any egg- and butter-laden sponge I’ve tried
You may have heard me mention before on this blog but my favourite cake ever, is a simple Victoriasponge, I just love that cake, and as long as its well made you can pretty much put any filling in it and it will taste like 'a little bit of heaven on a plate'
VictoriaSponge mixture. Maud from Awfully Chipper made it (looked delish), Laura from Raising Elves was making it for a birthday and Deb from FatDebSlim said it was divine and she always uses this recipe (Darn, I should have got the exact quote
To make this British Classic Cake I adapted Mary Berry's Recipe. Today I'm revisiting an old favourite of mine, the Victoria sandwich sponge cake which was named after Queen Victoria, who favoured a slice of the sponge cake with her afternoon tea
Why is this VictoriaSponge so special. This is one of the best cakes we’ve ever had in our kitchen. This week’s #Bakeoftheweek was supposed to be a super Valentine’s Chocolate Cake but the arrival of this beauty has relegated the chocolate delight until tomorrow