The ginger cake by itself is heaven but combined with the crimson glossy pears is guaranteed to make you and your guests weak at the knees.
An earthy turmeric leaf cake filled with coconut, rice, jaggery and cardamom, commonly found on Indian's west coast.
Dial up your love of cake and spice with this family favourite that calls on preserved pumpkin and lime zest to seal the deal.
Think those golden baklava-ish flavours, but in a moist cake with sticky, dark caramelised sides.
With notes of cardamom and saffron, this Zanzibar semolina cake is best served warm with a bit of crème fraiche, clotted cream or yoghurt.
Traditionally baked by Ashkenazi Jews for Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year), honey cake symbolises the hope of a ‘sweet’ and prosperous new year.
This dairy-free, flourless number is the Jewish Passover dessert of choice.
Any Italian will tell you that they grew up eating home-made apple cake for breakfast or la merenda, the afternoon snack. So will I.
Looks impressive but is really a one-bowl mix done in a food processor.
Once this cake is cooked, it’s soaked with a lemon syrup. It’s a beautiful cake that seems to please everyone. For me it’s more an afternoon treat than a dessert.
A galette is the French term for a flat cake. I love the flavour of the cooked blueberries in this dish. You can also make eight small galettes using individual...
This cake is a cinch to throw together and is my go-to cake if I need something to have with a cuppa.
A simple and quick cake for afternoon tea. Gateau aux cerises et aux noisettes can be made with fresh cherries or jarred morello cherries.
Savarin au rhum, a yeast cake moistened with a syrup, is like a large rum baba, a great French classic from the Lorraine region. You'll need a 20 cm buttered ring...