Cake Boss Sponge Cake

CONNIE BOLDA Recipe

By CONNIE BOLDA DuplinLady

I am a big fan of cooking shows, especially those on baking. I found this recipe a few months ago from Cake Boss & now it's all I use for my sponge cakes. The secret to this cake being Light & Fluffy is the beating of the eggs. Don't rush that step.


Recipe Rating:
 6 Ratings
Serves:
makes 2 8" round cakes
Prep Time:
Cook Time:

Ingredients

4 large
eggs at room temp
2 c
white granulated sugar
1 tsp
vanilla extract
1 c
whole milk
1/4 c
unsalted or lightly salted butter
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2 c
all purpose flour
2 tsp
baking powder
1/4 tsp
salt (use 3/8 tsp if using unsalted butter)
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Directions Step-By-Step

1
Beat eggs in large mixing bowl (with paddle attachment if possible) for 4 minutes. Do not shorten the time.
2
Add sugar and continue beating for another 4 - 5 minutes until light and fluffy. Add vanilla and stir on low just until combined.
3
In a separate, sift together dry ingredients. Add to eggs and sugar on low speed just until combined.
4
In a saucepan (or microwave) heat milk and butter just until the butter is melted. Add to batter, beat just until combined.
5
Pour into two greased and floured 8" pans.
6
Bake at 325 about 33 - 35 mins or until the middle springs back when touched, or a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.
7
Remove from oven and let stand in pans for 10 mins. Then turn out onto a wire cooling rack and cool completely before frosting.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cakes
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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  • Comments

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  • user
    Trina Alaniz bagma - Dec 3, 2010
    Connie, could you please tell me what is a "paddle attachment" ?
  • user
    CONNIE BOLDA DuplinLady - Dec 3, 2010
    It is an attachment that comes with high-end stand mixers such as a kitchenaid. Basically it mixes the batter to incorporate air. I first made this recipe with my little hand mixer & it worked great. I should have made a note in the recipe that it is not required.
  • user
    Trina Alaniz bagma - Dec 5, 2010
    Hi Connie thought I check in with regarding this recipe. I went ahead and made this recipe in my kitchen aid mixer ( I was winging it lol ). And I need to tell you that this is one of best white cakes I have tasted, it is delicious and I will be making this again in the future. Thank you and many blessings to you and your loved ones.
  • user
    CONNIE BOLDA DuplinLady - Dec 5, 2010
    Glad I posted it - it's all I use now for sponge cakes. Thanks for the rating & Happy Holidays.
  • user
    Dora Castro kokopuffette - Dec 9, 2010
    Connie, would this be good for an Italian Rum Cake? Do you have a recipe for that?