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For about 1 year, I have no chance to bake a fresh cream cake. Now, I am back to my little kitchen to bake something. Yeh! First fresh cream cake I baked this year for my lovely niece four years old birthday celebration, and I baked a fruit cheese cake for her.

 

 

 

 

Here is the recipe for the fruit cheese cake.

Ingredients:

Sponge Cake

300g               sponge cake mix

5                      eggs

75ml               water

75ml               melted butter / corn oil

Filling:

~                     Mixes fruits (choose your own desired fruits; I used half tin of peach and 1 mango. Quantity is depending on personal desired as well.)

250g              cream cheese

70g caster sugar

150ml           fresh cream

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Mango

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Peach

Decoration:

300ml             fresh cream (whipped)

some              fruit slices

Method:

Sponge Cake:

1. Put sponge cake mix and eggs into a mixing bowl, stir the mixture lightly until sponge cake mix and eggs are mixed.

2. Pour in water and use electrical mixer to beat the mixture in low speed. This is to ensure that the eggs and water are mix well.

3. Turn to high speed and mix until the mixture is light and fluffy, normally about 5 min~9 min depending on flour and type of mixture you use.

4. When the mixture is light and fluffy, turn to low speed and add in oil/melted butter slowly. Make sure the oil and the mixture are mix well, or else you will see two separate layer on your cake which are “oil layer” and “cake layer” when the cake is baked.

5. Pour the mixture into 8inch cake tin and bake at 180ºC for about 30 minutes. Remove from oven when it is baked.

6. Remove the cake from cake tin after 5 min.

Filling:

1. Beat cream cheese and caster sugar with hand whisk until smooth.

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2. Whip fresh cream and stir into cream cheese. Mix well.

Decoration:

1. Cut the sponge cake into 3 layers. Spread half of cream cheese mixture on top of first slice sponge cake.

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2. Add in fruits.

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3. Put second slice of sponge cake and continue the step mentioned above until the last slice of sponge cake.

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4. Cover the cake with whipped fresh cream.

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5. Decorate accordingly.

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6. Decorate with fruits.

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7. Done!

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Happy Birthday Cake for my lovely niece! Kiss


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#7 MnY - Yong SH 2013-04-16 15:56
JJ, happy to hear that you and your family like the cake. I saw your cake, and it is really nice. Compare to buy from outside, I believed they will more appreciate your home made cake !
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#6 JJ 2013-04-15 21:43
Just to inform you that your cake recipe was a big hit for everyone. The fruit combination is really nice. Thanks for sharing
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#5 MnY - Yong SH 2013-04-12 18:05
I use electrical mixer, beat until it is firm and if mixing bowl inverted,the cream won't flow out. But take care do not over beat.
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#4 JJ 2013-04-11 22:45
SH,
What do you use to whip the cream and how long to whip ?
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#3 MnY - Yong SH 2013-04-02 11:32
Hi JJ, I used sponge cake mix that bought from ingredient shop. Just tell them you want sponge cake mix. It is normally pack in 500g or 1kg packing. Get one and normally it comes with recipe, just follow the steps and you will get a nice sponge cake. Not difficult. Any help, just give me a call... B)
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#2 JJ 2013-04-01 22:45
I plan to use yr recipe to bake a birthday cake. What brand of sponge cake mix would you recommend ?
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#1 cariso 2010-07-07 15:50
Very nice presentation! Btw, I have moved my domain. Do update! :-)
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