Sponge finger biscuits recipes

Ginger sponge cake with strawberries & cream

Ginger sponge cake with strawberries & cream

I remembered seeing a cake in the Crabapple Bakery Cupcake Cookbook that I thought was stunning, so I flipped it open and found what it was - a ginger sponge cake (it was meant to be filled with apple sauce, but I decided cream and strawberries was the way to go
Tiramisu

Tiramisu

Take your spongefingerbiscuits, and quickly dip them in the coffee. Give the biscuits a light squeeze to remove any excess coffee
Ginger Kisses with Heilala Vanilla Frosting.

Ginger Kisses with Heilala Vanilla Frosting.

This is vitally important for ginger kisses were depth of the sponge biscuit is key. In a large seperate bowl, beat the margarine and sugar until light and fluffy and there is no sugar grit felt between two fingers
Tiramisu

Tiramisu

The ingredients you will need are spongefingers, cream cheese, sugar, chocolate (optional), whipping cream and eggs
Raspberry Tiramisu.

Raspberry Tiramisu.

Savoiradi also known as ladyfingers are soft spongefinger like biscuits. In one of my previous posts, I shared a recipe of tiramisu cake using homemade sponge cake
Tiramisu

Tiramisu

Dip the biscuits, one at a time, flat side down, one side only, into coffee mixture. * Do not over soak the biscuits otherwise it's gonna get all soggy
Berry Tiramisu

Berry Tiramisu

Dip spongefingerbiscuits into syrup and arrange into serving glasses. Save PrintBerry TiramisuA fresh variation of the classic coffee-infused Italian tiramisu, succulent berries combine with citrus-soaked sponge cake and creamy filling in this elegant dessert
A Winter Tea  . . .

A Winter Tea . . .

I Knew then that I wouldn't have time to bake another cake from scratch, so I gave Todd a quick buzz on his mobile and asked him to bring us home a Victorian Sponge from M&S
A Cake with All My Favourites.

A Cake with All My Favourites.

Then, you remember you have a big thing for these guys so they become the crown around your whipped cream covered vanilla sponge and finally, in ode of the last cake recipe you posted on your blog, sprinkles