Pineapple Cake with Cream Cheese frosting is an extended pineapple upside down cake recipe. This has the same good flavor of the later enhanced by the richness of the cream cheese frosting and the delicious taste of chopped walnuts. Preparing pineapple cake is not complicated. You should be able to successfully make one for yourself […]
Strawberry Angel Food Cake is basically an Angel Food Cake topped with fresh strawberries.
Angel Food Cakes are light and airy cakes. Some say that this was the reason why it was named this way. The secret in making light cakes such as this is in the manner of preparation. To be particular, the egg whites need to be whisked until tiny spaces of air are produced. This also makes the mixture stiff. Another factor is the method of mixing the stiff egg white mixture with the other ingredients called Folding. This method allows the mixture to mix with the ingredients in a gentle manner (see cooking verbs). Through this method, the air inside the egg white mixture is preserved – which makes the cake airy and light when baked.
A Jelly Roll is a cake made of thin sheets of sponge cake. Various types of Jellies or Jams are spread on this cake before it gets rolled-up. Jelly Rolls are also known as Swiss Rolls.
Kids love Jelly Rolls. This is definitely a big hit to the young (and to the young-at-heart). If you love Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwich, strawberry jelly sandwich, or any sandwich with jams, you will surely love Jelly Roll.
Making yourself a Jelly Roll is not that hard. Although, you should be familiar with the basic aspects of making a cake such as mixing, folding, and baking, before trying this recipe. I recommend you to refer to our video in making Brazo de Mercedes so that you will be familiar with the techniques and procedures. As for the complexity, Jelly Roll is easier to make compared to Brazo de Mercedes.
Angel Food Cake is a popular sponge cake in the US. This light and airy cake is regarded as food for the angels, because of its properties.
This type of cake resembles the texture of a famous mini sponge cake in the Philippines called “Mamon”.
The method in making an angel food cake is quite different from the other traditional cakes. The eggs (whites only) are whipped using an electric mixer until soft peaks form. This technique allows more air to enter the mixture — making the cake sponge-like.
Pineapple Upside Down Cake was invented during the 20’s. This was the time when canned pineapples were introducd by Dole. There were different pineapple recipes presented during that time — Pineapple Upside Down Cake seems to be a favorite as evidenced by several years of existence.
Unlike other cakes, Pineapple Uside Down Cake is intended to be served warm. There is something about its taste that makes it better when served warm like the the taste of caramelized sugar in taho — tasty and appetizing.
Brazo de Mercedes is a type of rolled cake (sometimes referred to as jelly roll) made from a sheet of soft meringue with custard filling. This heavenly cake can be considered as one of the all-time favorites in the Philippines.
What I like most about this cake is the sponge like texture of the meringue that literally melts in my mouth. The light flavor of the meringue is balanced by the flavor of the rich custard filling. This is truly amazing!
Most of you might be thinking that this rolled cake is hard to create; you might be surprised how easy it is to make your own Brazo de Mercedes after reading this post and watching the cooking video. I won’t extend the introduction because I know that most of you are eager to start working on this project (I am getting at least 17 requests per day for this recipe).
Try this Brazo de Mercedes recipe and let me know what you think.
Mamon is a popular sponge cake in the Philippines and is considered to be among the top 10 pastries in the country. Unlike other sponge cakes, this amazing creation is individually packaged with serving sizes usually good for just one person. Filipino Yellow Sponge Cake is also another term used to refer to it.
Do you remember where you had your first Mamon? I had my very first Mamon from Goldilocks and I loved it since then. I am just curious, before the extreme commercialization of baked products in the Philippines, would you know as to where this masterpiece first came into being? I believe that there is a single province or city in the Philippines where this pastry first became popular; I’m planning to give that place a visit next month during my vacation to be able to have an authentic Mamon experience.
Try this Mamon Recipe and let me know what you think.
Peach Refrigerator Cake is a no cook and easy cake recipe that requires bare minimum ingredients. The procedure is almost the same as making Mango Royale although the later uses mangoes and crushed graham crackers for the ingredients.
I like this recipe because it is pretty real easy to make and the ingredients are always readily available at the local grocery store. Sometimes I use fruit cocktail as an alternative in case I am craving for a multiple fruity taste.
Although refrigerator is mentioned in the name of this recipe, you can always use the ever reliable freezer if in case you don’t have enough time.