#22. Ginger Cake with Lemon Icing
One of my neighbours gave me her mum’s recipe for Ginger Cake and we’ve never stopped making it since, it’s very light and keeps well so you can make it the day before the bake sale. My youngest daughter suggested trying lemon icing with it and that made it extra delicious!
#23. Banoffee Cake
This Banoffee Cake recipe from Donal Skehan certainly gives Banoffee Pie a run for its money with its moist banana sponge layered with a sweet caramel frosting.
#24. Strawberry Shortcakes
These strawberry shortcakes are simple to make, just make your shortbread rounds, then sandwich with fresh cream and sliced strawberries.
Yum! And they look so pretty for a bake sale.
#25. Lemon Yoghurt Cake
This Lemon Yoghurt Cake uses yoghurt to moisten the cake. There’s an icing sugar-lemon glaze to make it extra lemon-y.
#26. Layered Chocolate Cake
Am Ina Garten classic, she declared that this double layered chocolate cake “the most fabulous chocolate cake that I’ve ever made,” when Food & Wine first ran her recipe in 2007.
The buttermilk keeps the cake moist and light, and the bit of coffee in the cake and frosting keeps the sweetness in check.
#27. Iced Almond Cake
The icing on this Iced Almond Cake is very simple, made with icing sugar and water, and you can decorate as you please. It only takes 35 minutes to bake so you can whip one up quickly for any bake sale!
#28. Raspberry Shortcakes
These Raspberry Shortcakes use vanilla cream and fresh raspberries stacked with shortcake rounds. Use a crimped cutter to make your shortcake rounds look extra pretty.
Dusted with icing sugar they look truly stunning – fit for any bake sale!