Mamon (Sponge Cakes)
These sweet and soft mini cakes are usually baked in small molds and served during snack time. Use muffin tins if you don't have the molds.
Nannie's Hot Milk Sponge Cake
Heating the milk before using it to make the batter delivers a light and fluffy sponge cake.
Strawberry Cream Roll
Ideal for that special ending to a special luncheon. Decorate this jelly roll with crystallized violets, if desired. A few fresh violet leaves on top also may be used.
Victoria Sponge Cake
A Victoria Sponge was the favorite sponge cake of Queen Victoria, and has since become a tried-and-true recipe for tea-time sponge cakes. Victoria Sponges are generally filled with jam, and are undecorated on the top, but you can serve each piece with a dollop of whipped cream, or shake some powdered sugar over the top if you'd like.
Mocha Sponge Cake
This is a wonderful light sponge cake, flavored with coffee and a hint of chocolate. This may also be made in an 8 cup decorative pan.
Pastel de Tres Leches (Three Milk Cake)
Is a sponge cake soaked in a mixture of three kinds of milk, topped with whipped cream and strawberries (optional).
Tres Leches Cake
This is a part dry, part moist Mexican cake made with three types of milk. It is a sweet and delicious treat!
Lamingtons are little sponge cakes coated in chocolate and grated coconut. A traditional Australian treat that appeals to most. Any firm type of plain cake can be used: butter cake, pound cake, Madeira cake or genoise sponge. Note: desiccated coconut is a slightly dried shredded coconut--not sweetened.