Cake Recommendation

Cakes are one of the most favourite desserts worldwide. People love them for their flavours, taste, and beauty.


They are a great way to bring joy to any occasion or function. But what if you are planning a special celebration and don’t have any cake?


Chocolate cake is one of the oldest and most loved cakes of all times, with a decadent chocolate flavour that always leaves you craving for more. This is why it is such a perfect choice for any celebration, be it a birthday or an anniversary!

It is a versatile dessert, which you can pair with contrasting fillings to balance out its richness. You can try fun combinations like a fruit-based filling or irresistible dulce de leche to make the most of this classic treat.

You can also add chocolate chips, nuts or raisins for additional texture and sweetness. Just be sure not to over bake your cakes as they are best when they come out of the oven with moist crumbs rather than dry and crumbly.

A good chocolate cake has a dense and creamy interior that is topped with a generous layer of frosting. It is a perfect dessert to celebrate National Chocolate Cake Day with!

Plain Vanilla’s flourless chocolate cake is a great choice for those who want to avoid the excessive amounts of sugar and fat in other similar desserts. They use eggs, butter and 73 percent Belgian chocolate to create this light and delicate cake that is not too rich for your taste buds.

This one bowl wonder is easy to make and you will never regret trying it out! Just be sure to use a high-quality cocoa powder, which is crucial to achieving that classic fudgy texture.


Vanilla cake is a classic dessert that pairs perfectly with many different frostings and fillings. It’s also a great base for creating your own custom flavors!

For the best results, always use quality vanilla extract. It will give your cake a deep, complex flavor that will complement all of the other flavors you want to incorporate into your cake.

A good vanilla cake recipe will have a soft and fluffy crumb that holds up well without being too dense or heavy. It’s also easy to make and doesn’t require a lot of extra time or effort.

To make the cake, start by whisking together flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. Add softened butter and beat until smooth.

When the mixture is creamy, beat in the eggs one at a time, incorporating them well with each addition. Finally, alternate adding the dry ingredients and milk until just combined.

While this is a butter-based cake, it also includes some oil to give the batter more moisture. It’s a nice compromise for those who prefer the lighter texture of a butter-based cake but still love the richness and taste that a little oil can add.

You can bake this cake in three 9-inch round cake pans or a single 12-inch pan. If you’re using a single pan, it’s a good idea to grease the pan first to prevent sticking. Once the cakes are done baking, let them cool in their pans for at least 10 minutes before transferring them to a cooling rack.


Lemon Cake is a cute and relaxing bakery simulator that’s worth playing as an occasional distraction from more intense games. However, it’s important to note that if you don’t have the time or patience to play for a long period of time, the game can quickly become tedious.

The controls are responsive and the layout is intuitive. The only issue is the slow pace of the game, which can get boring after a while.

Start by preparing your ingredients. Measure flour, baking powder, and salt in a medium bowl and whisk to combine.

Add the dry ingredients to the wet in 3 batches, mixing on Speed 1 for 5 seconds after each addition. Then, add the buttermilk and lemon zest.

Don’t add too much lemon juice to your batter – this will alter the texture of the cake and reduce its flavor! It also makes the batter look a little “funky” because it contains highly acidic liquid.

Once the cake has finished baking, remove it from the oven and cool for 10 minutes in the pan. Then, run a knife along the sides of the pan to loosen the cake from the bottom and transfer to a cooling rack.

Once the cake has cooled, frost it with a delicious homemade lemon cream cheese frosting. It’s easy to make, and it will last for a few days at room temperature or in the fridge.


Strawberry cake is a popular summer dessert. It’s light and fluffy, and it’s easy to make for special occasions like Mother’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Labor Day. It’s also perfect for potlucks and barbecues.

This strawberry cake recipe uses homemade strawberry puree for extra flavor, and it’s topped with a fresh strawberry frosting. It’s simple to make and a great way to use up extra strawberries that might be getting old.

To make this recipe, start by preparing your cake batter and frosting. You’ll need some eggs, milk, and a strawberry reduction.

Add the egg whites, butter, sugar, and vanilla to a bowl of a stand mixer. Beat on medium speed for a few minutes until creamy and fluffy.

Reduce the sugar and the strawberry puree until it reaches a consistency that looks and feels like tomato paste. Let it cool before using it in your cake and frosting.

You can store this recipe covered in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. If you’re making it for a special occasion, you can serve it immediately.

This strawberry shortcake recipe is the perfect quintessential summer dessert. It’s a soft, moist, and light cake that’s layered with fresh strawberries and topped with whipped cream. It’s an easy and classic cake that’s a must have for your next party.


Buttercream frosting is a favorite among dessert decorators because it can hold shapes and create unique decorations like flowers to add to your baked dessert. It’s also easy to spread and can be flavored with vanilla, almond, lemon or mint extract.

However, there are several different types of buttercream available, and not all of them are the same. So before you start planning your cake, take the time to learn about each type of frosting.

Swiss buttercream is a light and fluffy frosting that doesn’t weigh your cake down. It’s made by beating egg whites with sugar and is ideal for filling and piping cakes.

Italian meringue buttercream is similar to Swiss, but it’s a bit sturdier and works well for decorations or between layers. It’s a little more difficult to master than other buttercreams, but it’s worth the effort.

Fondant icing is another option that many couples choose to use on their wedding cake. The icing can be piped and is much easier to add writing.

But it’s important to note that fondant dries quickly, and can crack the exterior of your cake. It also has a very candy-like flavor that may be less appealing to your guests than buttercream.

If you’re unsure which type of frosting will work best for your wedding cake, talk to your baker and see what they recommend. Remember to always test your frosting before applying it to your cake.


Fondant is a type of cake icing that is usually used to sculpt or decorate cakes, cupcakes, and pastries. It is much different than buttercream icing, as it has a thicker, clay-like texture.

It can be rolled and draped over a cake to create a smooth, seamless finish. It can also be kneaded and shaped to make intricate, textured designs.

There are many tools for shaping and texturizing sugar dough, including cutters for floral decorations, figures, and ruffles. There are also plastic mats and rolling pins that make sheeting and working with fondant much easier, and less sticky than directly rolled on a counter (though still use cornstarch or confectioner’s sugar to keep it from sticking).

If you are making a cake that has a filling other than pure buttercream, it’s best to separate the filling from the fondant so that there is no chance of any damage to the fondant. If you’re unsure about how to do this, talk to your local cake decorator or pastry chef!

While fondant has an incredibly sweet and gummy taste, it can be easily made palatable by adding flavourings like vanilla or rose water. However, you should be aware that it is not a very palatable dessert and may not appeal to everyone’s tastes. It is a fun craft to work with, though, and many people enjoy the aesthetic of decorating cakes with fondant.