What could be more paradise-inducing than a light sponge cake from the beaches of Waikiki? Take a honeymoon with our fabulous recipe starring a pastry cream filling and whipped cream icing.
Recipe:Halekulani Hotel Coconut Cake
Lady Baltimore is quite the little heart-breaker with her tender cake, creamy filling and simple frosting. When topped with a ring of chopped walnuts this traditional Southern belle is an absolute vision.
Recipe:Lady Baltimore Cake
The ultimate Casanova of cakes, Red Velvet is a lusciously layered tradition sure to send hearts aflutter on Valentine's Day with its rich color and dreamy icing.
Recipe:Red Velvet Cake
Calling for just six ingredients and less than 30 minutes of prep time, this chilly cake is simple to make and even easier to devour.
Recipe:Lemon-Raspberry Icebox Cake
For an unbelievably moist dessert, look no further than our Tres Leches cake. A Mexican favorite, this lovely cake is drenched in three types of milk, creating a delicious cross between cake and custard.
Recipe:Tres Leches Cake
It's easy to fall in love with our glammed-up carrot cake thanks to its white chocolate cream cheese icing and medley of warm spices.
Recipe:Kory’s Carrot Cake
The late and great Julia Child knew a thing or two about baking a cake. Her Le Marquis (chocolate spongecake) is quintessentially French and iced with a lovely creme au beurre frosting.
Fizzy Coca-Cola, chocolate and marshmallows converge in a cake that reaches higher than the heavens and features ingredients certain to entice every sweet-tooth in the bunch.
For the love of chocolate! This fudgy and supremely decadent Tunnel of Fudge Cake has an oogey-gooey chocolaty center and is topped with divine glaze, making it a chocoholic's dream come true.
Recipe: Tunnel of Fudge Cake
A cake without flour? You better believe it. This nutty masterpiece substitutes fine breadcrumbs, ground almonds, and walnuts for flour. The result is a wonderfully textured cake with a sensational buttercream frosting.
Recipe:Chocolate Walnut Cake