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  • Mary Berry's chocolate cake

    Mary Berry's chocolate cake is a timeless treat. This recipe makes a perfect rich chocolate cake with creamy chocolate icing every time. This Mary Berry chocolate cake recipe is surprisingly easy to make and will show you how to make a chocolate cake in less than an hour. This easy chocolate cake is simple and easy-to-follow, serving 6 people and taking only 50 mins to prepare and bake. Mary Berry's moist chocolate cake is perfect served with a drizzle of fresh cream for an indulgent dessert or afternoon snack with a cuppa. Store this chocolate cake in an airtight container or cake tin for up to 2 days. If you have any of this moist cake left after 2 days, we'd recommend warming a slice in the microwave for about 10 seconds and serving with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. This is our best chocolate cake recipe and is part of Mary Berry's three cakes in one recipe, taken from Mary Berry's Stress-free Kitchen. Mary Berry's chocolate cake will keep for 3 days in the fridge, but the icing might lose its shine - you'll just have to eat the entire chocolate cake as fast as you can...

    • 3
    (4211 ratings)
  • Best first birthday cakes

    The 37 most amazing first birthday cake ideas you'll ever see

    These first birthday cakes are mind-blowing proving some parents really do pull out all the stops to celebrate that first special birthday.

    • 5
    (6 ratings)
  • Mary Berry's Victoria sandwich

    Mary Berry's Victoria sandwich recipe makes a classic cake from The Great British Bake Off judge. This Victoria sandwich recipe is a simple sponge made with the easy all-in-one method. Her large Victoria sandwich is perfect for all baking abilities and only takes 35 mins to make in total, so you donít have to spend ages in the kitchen to bake this delicious cake. This Mary Berry Victoria sponge is sandwiched together with strawberry jam. If you want to make this Victoria sandwich cake a dessert cake, use freshly whipped cream as well as jam for the filling. This cake serves between 6-8 people, so you know youíll have a slice for everyone if you have people coming round for a cup of tea. This Victoria sandwich will last up to 3 days in an airtight container or Tupperware Ė but we doubt youíll have any leftovers! Mary Berry's Victoria sandwich cake is part of Mary Berryís Baking Bible book, and it comes out perfectly every time. Once you've perfected this classic you can try other fillings or flavours in your sponge as well as experimenting with decoration too. Trust us, this Mary Berry Victoria sandwich will be your most requested recipe from the first time you make it!

    • 4
    (993 ratings)
  • Maltesers chocolate cake

    This easy Maltesers chocolate cake recipe is perfect for special occasions. It's also easy and quick - only an hour from start to finish, including cooling time making it an ideal bake for when time is tight or you might just have forgotten about someone's big day. This cake's smooth and rich cream cheese frosting makes it taste extra special and the crunchy malteser finish adds flavour, texture and that added wow factor too, yum! This recipe serves 12 people and will take around 1hr and 10 mins to make and bake. This cake can be stored in an airtight container or cake tin for up to 2 days. There's no need to keep this cake in the fridge - storing in the fridge will dry the cake out.

    • 4
    (203 ratings)
  • Rainbow cake

    Want to make your very own rainbow cake? This rainbow cake recipe is easy to follow and is great for those special occasions. It's an impressive cake recipe. What birthday girl or boy wouldnít be delighted with this brightly coloured rainbow cake, imagine their surprise when they cut into it. Itís not difficult to make with our easy mix sponge cake recipe, you just have to be bold with the colours and use concentrated gel paste colours which are now widely available in major supermarkets, cake decorating shops and online. Use 18cm round sandwich cake tins, youíll probably need to bake the sponges in batches, if you donít have 5 tins, but this is not a problem as the cakes donít take long to cook. Once baked you can freeze the sponges until you are ready to assemble and decorate.

    • 3
    (188 ratings)
  • rainbow layer cake

    Rainbow layer cake

    Our rainbow layer cake is so fun and colourful, we guarantee it will put a smile on any birthday boy or girl's face. This multicoloured, tiered rainbow layer cake both demonstrates your baking prowess and taste delicious, but is so easy to make! Made with a lemon curd cream cheese frosting and zesty sponge, it tastes as good as it looks too!

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • pink cake

    Pink cake bar

    Pink cake is the perfect pretty birthday sharing cake. Lots of sprinkles and fun make this pink cake bar perfect for a birthday treat for any child or childish adult (!) on their special day. It's topped with lots of chocolate and birthday surprises that will put a smile on anyone's face!

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    (0 ratings)
  • Victoria sponge

    This easy Victoria sponge is a classic Victoria sponge cake recipe to master. The soft vanilla-infused sponge sandwiched together with a light buttercream and jam filling is a favourite for parties, birthdays and afternoon tea. This Victoria sponge recipe is especially delicious when paired with a warm cuppa Ė yum! According to data and sales figures from Marks & Spencer, the UKís favourite cake is the classic Victoria sponge or Victoria sandwich cake. And, this classic recipe for sponge cake shows you how easy it is to make a Victoria sponge at home - once you've mastered this recipe, the baking world is your oyster! This mouth-watering Victoria sponge takes 30 mins to make, so you can have a delicious sponge cake ready in no time. This Victoria sponge recipe serves 8 people, so you know youíll have enough slices if youíve got family or friends coming round to your house. This recipe is the perfect recipe for those who have never baked before and are looking for an easy beginners Victoria sponge recipe. If you have any leftovers of this delicious sponge cake with a simple jam filling store in an airtight container on the kitchen side or in a cake tin. If you fill your sponge with fresh cream, then remember to store in an airtight container in the fridge, so the cream doesnít go off.

    • 4
    (341 ratings)
  • Chocolate explosion drip cake

    Chocolate explosion drip cake is made with all your favourite chocolate bars and is flooded with chocolate ganache. Taming Twins blogger Sarah Barnes' mouth-watering cake really looks the part for special occasions. Piled high with some of our favourite chocolates, including Maltesers, Curly Wurlys, Galaxy bar, Galaxy Ripple, Minstrels and Rolos, this impressive bake uses a popular decoration technique called the 'drip'. The drip is often a ganache or loose icing that is drizzled around the top edge of the cake so it drips down to create the drip effect, also called flooded cake. It's really easy to achieve. This stunning cake serves 6-8 people and will take around 1hr and 20 mins to make, bake and decorate this showstopper.

    • 3
    (120 ratings)
  • oreo dessert layer cake

    Oreo dessert layer cake

    Our Oreo dessert layer cake is the perfect recipe for when you want to make a show stopping cake but donít want to turn on the oven! The layers of sweet vanilla cream and crunchy sandwich cookies come together to make the ultimate easy but impressive cake. Oreo desserts are always a popular choice for family events and kids birthday parties, so why not try making this Oreo dessert layer cake as a birthday cake for your favourite Oreo lover? This Oreo dessert cake can be prepared up to two days in advance, but needs to be left overnight before serving to allow the biscuits to soften slightly. This means that the cake is easy to cut into, and more importantly bite into, but still has a subtle cookie crunch. This Oreo dessert layer cake is easy but so impressive, and celebrates the classic flavour of cookies and cream that we all know and love.

    • 4
    (3 ratings)
  • Pick and mix cake

    Pick & mix chocolate and sweet cake

    This bright and cheerful chocolate cake sprinkled with Smarties, Maltesers and mini marshmallows, not only looks spectacular, but is also super easy to make. This Willy Wonka-style chocolate sweet cake recipe serves 8, and takes 1 hour and 10 minutes to prepare and bake. Wrapped in chocolate fingers and topped with sweets, it doesn't get much naughtier than this!

    • 4
    (2 ratings)
  • Banana split cake

    Banana split layer cake

    Inspired by Neapolitan ice-cream this easy to follow banana split layer cake is layered with bananas and cream, and drizzled in chocolate sauce. This recipe has a modern and colourful twist on delicious banoffee flavours which make it perfect for an afternoon treat. For your first layer just spread banoffee spread on your chocolate cake layer and top with sliced bananas. Spread a healthy helping of jam on your raspberry layer, and dress with bananas before topping with the almond sponge. Don't forget to drizzle your chocolate sauce all over and sprinkle with cherries, nuts and banana sweets to finish everything off.

    • 5
    (1 ratings)

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