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How to make a easy victoria sponge cake

Easy and very tasty to make :D

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INGREDIENTS
Supplies!

Supplies!

First butter and flour 20cm cake tins to stop the sponge from sticking, I also lined the bottoms of the tins with some parchment paper to help the none sticking

First butter and flour 20cm cake tins to stop the sponge from sticking, I also lined the bottoms of the tins with some parchment paper to help the none sticking

In a bowl cream together the butter and sugar until soft

In a bowl cream together the butter and sugar until soft

Like this!

Like this!

Then in a small bowl whisk the 4 eggs then pour into the mixture of butter and sugar

Then in a small bowl whisk the 4 eggs then pour into the mixture of butter and sugar

Then add the baking powder, milk, and flour and whisk together till you have a smooth batter

Then add the baking powder, milk, and flour and whisk together till you have a smooth batter

Then evenly separate the batter I between the two tins and spread evenly bake for 15-20 minutes until golden brown and there should be a gentle spring when cooked

Then evenly separate the batter I between the two tins and spread evenly bake for 15-20 minutes until golden brown and there should be a gentle spring when cooked

Should look like this! Tasty :)

Should look like this! Tasty :)

Once cooled remove the parchment paper (because that's not tasty)

Once cooled remove the parchment paper (because that's not tasty)

Little tip place some parchment paper onto a plate (unless your eat it all at once) helps stop the cake from sticking to the plate

Little tip place some parchment paper onto a plate (unless your eat it all at once) helps stop the cake from sticking to the plate

Transfer one of the sponges to the plate then start to prepare the filling, place the icing sugar and butter into a bowl and beat into a smooth consistency, then add the vanilla extract and mix

Should look like this :)

Should look like this :)

Then place the icing over the sponge that's on the plate making sure it's nice and even

Then place the icing over the sponge that's on the plate making sure it's nice and even

Then do the same with the jam on the opposite side, but leave 1cm gap from the edge (stops the jam from failing out when you place ontop of the other sponge.

Then add the other half ontop of the sponge, dust with icing sugar and your done!

Then add the other half ontop of the sponge, dust with icing sugar and your done!

Tuck in and enjoy :D

Tuck in and enjoy :D

This isn't my original recipe but I tweaked it to work for me, I hope you enjoy :D any questions ask away!

  • 200.0g Caster sugar
  • 200.0g Soften butter
  • 4.0 Eggs
  • 200.0g Self raisin flour
  • 1.0tsp Baking powder
  • 2.0Tbsp Milk
  • For the filling
  • 100.0g Softened butter
  • 140.0g Icing sugar
  • 1.0Tbsp Vanilla extract (optional)
  • 300.0g Strawberry jam
  • And a little icing sugar to decorate