Traditional Victoria Sponge Cake: Afternoon Tea Recipes. Hello friends. So how are you today? Love a slice of cake? As I know I do 🙂
Traditional Victoria Sponge Cake, anyone?
Traditional Victoria Sponge Cake: Afternoon Tea Recipes:
Great for any parties you might be planning and perfect for afternoon tea.
You Will Need:
2 x 8” cake tins
150g Billington’s golden caster sugar
*150g Allinson Nature Friendly White Self Raising Flour
150g butter or soft margarine (room temperature)
3 medium eggs
2 tsp Nielsen-Massey Vanilla Extract
2 tbsp strawberry jam
1.) Firstly, pre-heat the oven to 180C (350F Gas mark 4).
2.) Grease the cake tins with some of the butter or margarine and lightly dust with flour, place a circle of greaseproof paper in the bottom of each.
3.) Cream the butter and sugar together in a bowl until the mixture turns white and fluffy.
4.) Slowly add the beaten eggs and vanilla extract while whisking continuously
5.) Sift the flour into the mix and then carefully fold in until it is all combined
6.) Spoon mixture into the cake tins (half in each) and bake for 20-25 minutes until springy to the touch and golden brown.
7.) Leave to cool.
8.) Once cool, spread the strawberry jam on the top of one layer and place the other layer on top.
9.) Dust the top with icing sugar. Last but not least, enjoy.
Traditional Victoria Sponge Cake: Afternoon Tea Recipes. So what do you think of this recipe? Do you also fancy trying it? About this post- Recipe and photo credit by Baking Mad.
Traditional Victoria Sponge Cake: Afternoon Tea
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