Monday, July 21, 2008

Vanilla Cream Cake


Ingredients (A)
4 egg yolks
75g melted butter
60g milk
30g fine sugar
1/4tsp salt
1/2tsp vanilla essence

Ingredients (B)
120g top/cake flour
1/4tsp baking powder

Ingredients (C)
4 egg whites
70g fine sugar
1/4tsp cream of tartar

200g whipping cream (whipped)
50g piping jelly
3 difference colours of food colouring

1.Preheat oven at 175C.
2.Use a hand whisk and mix (A) together.
3.Sift (B) and mix into (A).
4.Stir till well combined and leave aside.
5.Use a cake mixer and whisk the egg whites and cream of tartar till frothy.
6.Gradually add in the sugar and whisk till stiff peaks form.
7.Fold in 1/4 of the meringue into the egg yolk mixture until combined.
8.Then fold in the rest of the meringue until well combined.
9.Pour batter into a line and greased 8" square tin.
10.Put in the oven and bake for 30-35mins.
11.Remove it from the pan and set aside to cool.
12.Slice cake horizontally into two pieces.
13.Spread with whipped cream and sandwich them together.
14.Spread whipped cream on top of the cake.
15.Divide piping jelly into 3 portions.
16.Mix colouring into individual portions and have fun decorating your cake.


Elyn said...

Very pretty cake and it's so neatly done! Remind me of those childhood day which a slice of cake like this is consider a big treat :)

Happy Flour said...

Hi Elyn,

Thanks, for the compliment. I am very happy, you are the first to leave a comment in my blog. Do feel free to drop.


jenny said...


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Happy Flour said...

Hi Jenny,

Thanks for the compliment and support. Opening a shop doesn't cross my mind, I just bake out of passion. I am happy your family love my bakes and kueh.


Elyn said...

Hi! It's my pleasure, always feel happy to see more food blogs coming up. Keep up the good work! and I certainly look forward to see more of your bakes :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Happy Flour

I happened to chance upon your website. All bakes here are so exciting and so beautiful. I like the vanilla cream cakes... it reminds of my childhood's desires....


Happy Flour said...

Hi Olivia,

Thanks, for your compliment. During those days, we only get to taste this kind of special cake when some well off relative was getting marriage. So this slice is really precious to me too.


SW said...

Hi happy flour,

this is one of my favourite childhood cake! How about the taste? Do they really taste like those "olden cakes"? If so, i would really love to try baking this. Thanks for sharing the recipe :)

Happy Flour said...

Hi SW,

The texture of the cake is more fine and light.

sw said...

Hi happy flour,

i will try it out soon! Thanks! :)

cherry potato said...

Your cake looks very soft and light. Your cake decoration also very nice!

Happy Flour said...

Hi Cherry Potato,

Thanks for your compliment.

Anonymous said...

Hi Happy Flour,

Love the cakes you made, looks so soft and light. Can you teach me how to make the piping jelly? I bought those ready made ones and it's quite expensive, and the taste doesn't resemble those sold in the bakery. hope you can teach me so that i can save some $ :)

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anonymous,

You can buy a bottle of piping jelly from Phoon Huat or Sun Lik. Then just add food colouring and pipe on the cake.

yin said...

very nice and cute! ya, really reminds me of those days where these were given when someone was getting married... may i know do you cut the cake into slices before doing the deco?

Happy Flour said...

Hi Yin,

Thanks for your compliment. I spread whipping cream on the cake first, then I slice it into individual pieces and decorate them.