Quick Mix Sponge Cake

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I have for you busy readers and cooks, a quick and easy cake recipe for this hectic Christmas season. It will help you save time to spend with the family and relieve yourself of all the stress of getting the long “to do” list done.  I am talking about a quick mix sponge cake recipe.  This is a basic sponge cake recipe and I definitely believe that you can jazz it up a bit to suit your taste and preference.  You can put a lemon frosting or a cream cheese frosting.

This quick mix sponge cake reminds me of the sugarless fruit cake I made a while back.  I was blown away with its look and taste.  I love that cake, and this cake is next in line to be another of my favorite.  It is simple; takes as little as 5 minutes to mix; requires few ingredients and the cake is as spongy as the regular sponge cake you may be accustomed to making.

Three ingredients are important in the quick mix sponge cake. They are the self-rising flour, the caster sugar and the eggs.  I got this recipe from my mentor, who was very generous in sharing this and many other recipes with me and gave permission to share here as well.  Anyway, I have a lot to do as well.  This write write-up will brief, but look forward to more Trinilicious recipes in the coming days.

So stay tuned. Here is  “Quick Mix Sponge Cake”.


Quick Mix Sponge Cake Recipe

quick mix sponge cake


2 cup self rising flour
2 tsp. baking powder
1 cup soft butter
1 cup caster sugar
4 large eggs (size 3)


Heat oven at 325 degrees . Grease a 9″  tin or mold and line with grease proof paper.  Sift flour and baking powder in bowl. Set aside.



Crack the eggs.



Place the measured butter and sugar to a bowl.  Add eggs and beat for one minute.



Add the sifted flour and baking powder.



Beat mixture for 3 minutes.  Mixture should become pale and slightly glossy.



Spoon mixture into prepared greased pan.  Smooth the surface.

Bake for 20 – 30 minutes.  Cake is ready when skewer inserted comes out clean.

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Coming up next: A recipe that could make you think you are dreaming. Please leave comments for our quick mix sponge cake if you like.

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  1. Shellyann says

    This seems simple enough and only using a few ingredients,I am definitely gonna try this.Where would i get caster sugar?

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