Posted by: marthabernie | May 21, 2014

Marmalade Sponge Cake

Something different to try…

Recipe Adaptors

Traditionally sponge cakes, like the famous Victoria Sponge, have been sandwiched together with jam (jelly for those of you in the USA). But why not use marmalade instead?

Using marmalade really gives this cake a nice citrus zing which makes it quite refreshing to eat. Marmalade usually isn’t one of my favourite food items, but in this I really love it. The cake is also very easy to make and it rose beautifully with very little effort on my part! 

I adapted this recipe from one that I found in ‘The Little Book of Treats’ which is a fundraising recipe book for Macmillan Cancer Support (a UK charity). My Mum bought me a copy of this as a gift, and I must say that I am very impressed with it. For just £3 it really is a bargain and supports a charity at the same time.

This cake is best…

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