Sunday cake: flake cream cake

May 13, 2019
Sunday cake: flake cream cake

Flakes cream cake: You notice it, barely it will be Winter increases the cream cake frequency here on creative fever clearly. This Sunday cake is made fast, all you have to do is make batter and whip cream! We’ll get it, right?

Flake cream cake

The flake cream cake is made of brandy soils that are layered with cream and cranberry compote. At the top of it are a few other brandy flakes that give her her name. If you’ve never tried a batter before, do not be scared! It’s not that hard. In the meantime there are extra brandy mixes in the supermarket, but I have never tried them. The recipe is the classic version!

You need that

  • ¼ liter of water
  • 50 grams of butter
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 150 grams of flour
  • 5 eggs
  • A glass of cranberry compote (410 grams)
  • 600 milliliters of cream

Flake cream cake – Let’s go

Sunday cake: flake cream cake

First prepare everything. Preheat the oven to 220 degrees and grease well three Springform bottoms. Then dust them with flour. Then you can start with the brandy dough.

Grab a small pot and a wooden spoon and heat water, butter and salt on the stove. Let it boil and then pour in the flour. Then it is said to stir, stir, stir until a lump forms. Take the pot off the stove, let it cool a little and stir one egg after the other. Place one third of the dough on the spring-shaped dishes and place in the oven for 20 minutes.

While the floors cool down, you can beat the cream. Then it is called layers: on the lower Brandteigboden comes half of the cranberry compartment, then follows half of the cream and the second floor. On it come back cranberries and cream. Rip the last ground into small flakes and put in the cream.

And finished is the flake cream cake.

Have fun baking and have a nice sunday,


And if you prefer a Sunday cake without cream, you can find a recipe here!


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