A perfect blank canvas named after the Queen, a Victorian sponge cake is easy to master and fill with curds, creams or jams for a fresh summer dessert.
A classic recipe named in honor of Queen Victoria, who enjoyed it during a tasting of afternoon tea, this cake is simple and quick to prepare.
Strawberry mousse is gloriously sandwiched in between gluten-free cake, covered with vanilla bean whipped cream and then topped with delicate rose petals.
A beautiful combination of nuts, fruit, and cocoa powder combine for a raw cake. Rich and chocolatey, while you are also getting a serving of fruit.
Cherry Mascarpone trifle is light and not too sweet. With light genoise as bottom layer, this dessert is exquisite as a cake or in jars.
This creamy and refreshing lemon mousse cake is perfect for any time of the year and is super simple to make.
This tower of red, white and blue, a jazzy version of the Victoria Sponge, is a winner no matter which anthem you sing before eating it.
With spring arriving, fresh berries are back in the stores. Amrita Rawat decides to turn perfectly good berries in to perfectly delicious cupcakes.