Whether classic, vegan or gluten-free, we've got sponge cake recipes for every occasion.
Now here's a dessert that parents will love just as much as the kids! Reminiscent of the delightful puddings from school, and oh so easy to make, these simple bakes are a no-brainer
Named after Queen Victoria, this quintessentially British bake is simplicity at its best; sweet strawberry jam and pillowy soft cream, sandwiched between two light sponge cakes and a dusting of icing sugar
Baking without eggs might seem like a challenge, but it’s easy to make an egg-free sponge. You can use the mix in any recipe that calls for sponge, but we’ve topped ours with a classic lemon drizzle.
If you're looking for a fun kitchen project to keep the kids busy this Easter, try making this mini egg cake pops recipe.
Nudity isn't awfully Victorian but this jaw-dropping rustic naked Victoria sponge layer cake was made to break the rules. Stacked with five tiers of delicious sponge and scattered with fresh strawberries and raspberries, it's a recipe that'll always impress.
If you're looking for a dairy and wheat-free guide to making a classic victoria sponge, look no further. This cake has all the hallmarks of the British favourite, including the jam filling. Though will you go for raspberry or strawberry? That is the question.
For a visual spin on much-loved Victoria sponge, try this recipe for individual cakes. Rest assured, the classic flavours remain untouched - whipped cream and raspberry jam, sandwiched between mini sponges - but their new look gives them a devilishly moreish appeal.