Sunday, August 22, 2010

Fruit Sponge Cake


Fruit sponge cake is the classic dessert to have for one's birthday. This sponge cake is soft and smooth, and the fluffy texture is kind of melting in your mouth. With a lavish coat of whipped cream and peach sandwiched in between the sponge cake, it tastes heavenly.


This fruit cake is just divine. I'm still drooling while writing this. Thanks to my dear! The cake  was bought by him from Bread History in Queensbay Mall.

Although I'm still a beginner in baking, but I hope I can bake a simple fruit sponge cake for him in this coming September. Basically I have an idea in my mind, let's see if my simple and healthy version of fruit cake will work out fine. Wish me luck. :P

24 comments:

Cooking Gallery said...

Your cake looks so cute and I like the addition of fruit to your sponge cake.

Little Inbox said...

Cooking Gallery, this is not my home made cake. LOL! I have not reach that level yet.

xin said...

please share your healthy recipe as soon as u get it works? *puppy eye* i feel like baking a cake too *cough cough*

Little Inbox said...

xin, first I will learn how to make a soft, light and fluffy sponge cake first. Step by step.

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

I'm sure you'll be able to make one soon.
:)

foongpc said...

Wow! This fruit sponge cake looks so delicious!! Would love to have a bite! : )

MaryMoh said...

Looks beautiful and delicious...mmmm. I would love that for my birthday :D

Little Inbox said...

Wendyywy, I wish I can make one for him. ;)

foongpg, it's really yummy! Love it!

Mary moh, :) you can get one too, for sure.

daphne said...

ooo. I'm looking forward to seeing your cake!!! GOOD LUCK!!!!!!!

tigerfish said...

There is a good amount of fruits in this sponge cake.

Juliana said...

Wow, your fruit sponge cake looks awesome...so elegantly and professionally look :-)

Little Inbox said...

daphne, oh, I'm under pressure now.

tigerfish, yes, that is my type of cake. :)

Juliana, that's not my home made cake. It was bought by hubby for my birthday.

Joanne said...

You can do it! My family always had fruity sponge cakes for our birthdays too.

Magi Glucker said...

WOW, your cake looks beautiful.

Magi

Little Inbox said...

Joanne, I really hope I can make one like this. :P

Magi, it was bought from outside, not my home made.

Mary said...

What a gorgeous looking cake. I'm sure it tastes as good as it looks. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

noobcook said...

Hope you realise your goal in Sep and we can see your beautiful creation on your blog ^^

Little Inbox said...

Mary, I like the taste. It's light, not too rich in flavor. :)

noobcook, oh, so pressure now. :(
It's end of August now, and I haven't hands on to bake a sponge cake yet. Sob sob.

Duckie said...

the cake looks so yummy! i have to admit i will never be able to bake one like that. hehe

Mei Teng said...

The fruits looked really juicy. I am not a fan of sponge cake but I like the use of fresh fruits on cakes.

Beautiful photo.

Summers In Love said...

Sooo adorable! I love the cake and your layout!

Cheers,

My Sassy Chef

Stella said...

Oh my gosh, Little Inbox, this is like the most enticing thing I've ever seen on your blog (to me at least). So beautiful! I need to look at your recipe and how you decorated...
Really wonderful-wish I could watch you cut into it (smile).

Little Inbox said...

Duckie, I can't bake like that too, but may be in the near future, hahaha...

Mei Teng, i love to have lots of fruit on sponge cake. :P

Summers In Love, thanks for dropping by. You're welcome!

Stella, this is not my home made version. I haven't learn how to make one like this.

winda said...

Your cake co yummy....sluurp i like it ^_^

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