A sponge cake gets its structure from an egg foam in which the other ingredients are folded into. And those other ingredients, which can vary widely, make for such titillating recipes as Hot Milk Sponge Cake with Tropical Topper and Simply Delicious Citrus Sponge Cake.
Layers of pound cake, custard sauce, hazelnuts, and orange marmalade make up this extraordinary dessert.
This classic dessert goes together easily, but looks impressive. Sponge cake is topped with Grand Marnier, ice cream, and meringue, then served with fresh berries.
Do not let this classic Christmas cake's appearance intimidate you. Making a cake roll will surprise you with its simplicity. For an easy plate or platter garnish, sprinkle a few "boughs" of fresh rosemary casually around the cake -- they will bring Christmas tree branches to mind.
Genoise, a rich sponge cake that stars in so many exquisite desserts, was developed in Genoa Italy but was made famous by French pastry chefs. Here, four layers of genoise are filled with raspberry jam and frosted with fluffy white frosting.
Bake this cake for a star-spangled 4th of July celebration. Use blueberries, raspberries, and frosting to create a flag on top of the lemony sponge cake.
This is one of the most versatile dessert recipes--use it to bake shortcakes, snack cakes, and trifles.
This quick and easy dessert recipe is delicious because lemon curd and sponge cake are made for each other--even when both come ready-made.
Similar to the classic packaged treat, these yummy cream-filled cakes can be prepared at home in just over 30 minutes. They make a popular after-school or party snack.
This light and heavenly sponge cake, lightly sprinkled with powdered sugar and surrounded by champagne-laced fruit sauce, is a dessert worth serving at a dinner party.
This ultra-creamy dessert is made with mascarpone cheese and sponge cake. Then it's served with a whipped cream and espresso sauce.
Filling and frosting the orange sponge cake with low-fat whipped topping, turns this cake roll into a low-calorie dessert. The luscious orange and cream combination satisfies both dieters and non-dieters.
The satiny mocha glaze doubles as a sauce for this cream-filled coffee sponge cake.