Okay so I’m making this a theme with miniature baked goods it seems and this week I made mini Victoria sponge cakes and they are DELICIOUS.

100g Caster Sugar
100g Self raising flour
100g Butter
2 eggs
140g Icing Sugar
70g Butter
Jam of your fancy
4 strawberries

To start mix the 100g sugar 100g butter and self raising flour together in a bowl. Then mix the eggs into the mixture and beat together until it forms a light golden colour smooth mixture. This can be done with a wooden spoon or I find it easier with an electric mixer. Once this is completely done place into cake cakes and into the oven for 20 minutes at 180 degrees.
Once these are cooked, remove the cakes from the oven and leave to cool, then when they have cooled remove them from the cases and cut in half as evenly as possible.
You can then make the butter icing, so for this mix the 70g butter and 140g sugar together until smooth. Place into a piping bag and then on one side of the cake pipe the icing into the centre, on the other side of the cake  spread jam onto this then you can place the top back onto the cake. Then on the top of the cake pipe a small amount of icing and then cut the strawberries into small pieces and place on top. To finish off sprinkle a small amount of icing sugar to make the cakes look like they are snow covered.

You can now eat as many as you fancy and enjoy! I hope you like this recipe and leave your comments below!


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Hi! Im Freya. Im 23 and this my escape from life into my own little world visiting, tasting and trying the things I love! Hoping that everyone will enjoy my posts and give others ideas of what they would like and hopefully I can steal some ideas back!


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