Four chocolate layers filled with vanilla and brandy mousse, studded with Morello cherries and ganache drizzled over. Everyone needs their version of Black Forest Cake. Here is mine and I hope it will becomes yours as well!
Italian Mascarpone Marble Cake is a delicious soft cake, with the perfect hint of chocolate. The creamy Chocolate Glaze makes it perfect.
This Nutella Cake is an easy to make marble loaf cake, topped with Nutella as frosting and roasted hazelnuts. A really simple and delicious chocolate and nut cake.
This beautiful Plum Upside-Down Cake features plums in a delicious butterscotch sauce on top of a tender spiced cake. The cake recipe is easy to make and can be used to make a variety of upside-down cakes. Try this recipe with nectarines, peaches, pineapple, and even blueberries.
Peach Upside Down Cake, a deliciously moist cake made with fresh or canned Peaches. Serve with ice cream for the perfect Dessert Idea.
Ok, so what do we have here? Mainly soft Ricotta cheese flavoured with lemon zest and cardamom, a little bit of flour, pinch of baking powder, few eggs. This light cake is topped up with seasonal light fruit. We used raspberries, peaches and apricots in this bake but any light, sharp fruit will do (blueberries, cherries, gooseberries, redcurrant). Sprinkle this cake with icing sugar and serve warm or chilled. This cake sets into a delicious cheesecake-like, delicate cake. Refrigerate loosely covered. The cake is enjoyable for 3-4 days (depending on the type of fruit used).
Made with fresh blackberries and limes, this Blackberry Lime Shortcake Cake is a delicious way to celebrate the bright and bold flavors of the season.
Enjoy peach season with a cake, from blogger Tutti Dolci, layered with peach jam, fresh peaches, and brown sugar frosting.
Looking for a quick and easy Summer dessert recipe? Try out delicious No Bake Summer Berry Icebox Cake !Looking for a quick and easy Summer dessert recipe? Try out delicious No Bake Summer Berry Icebox Cake !
This Orange pie/cake is very popular here in Greece. It is a fragrant, juicy and decadent cake. We call it portokalo-pita, portokali means orange and while it is not exactly a pita, it does contain phyllo, but in another form. The phyllo basically replaces the flour. But don’t worry, you will not need to spread layers of phyllo for this cake, instead you get to smash and crumble it!