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sponge cake
/spˈʌndʒ kˈeɪk/
noun
a soft cake made with eggs, flour, sugar, and sometimes butter
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layer cake
/lˈeɪɚ kˈeɪk/
noun
a type of cake that is made by stacking multiple layers of cake with a filling, such as frosting, jam, or whipped cream, in between each layer
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flourless cake
/flaɪʊɹləs keɪk/
noun
a type of cake that is made without using any flour as an ingredient in the recipe
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one egg cake
/wʌn ɛɡ keɪk/
noun
a type of cake recipe that uses only one egg as an ingredient, typically resulting in a smaller, simpler cake with a lighter texture
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chocolate cake
/tʃˈɑːklət kˈeɪk/
noun
a sweet dessert made from flour, sugar, eggs, cocoa powder, and other ingredients, typically served in slices
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coffee cake
/kˈɔfi kˈeɪk/
noun
a type of cake that is usually eaten with coffee and is often flavored with cinnamon, nuts, or fruit
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carrot cake
/kæɹət keɪk/
noun
a type of cake that typically includes grated carrots in the batter, resulting in a moist, spiced cake often topped with cream cheese frosting
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coconut cake
/kˈoʊkənˌʌt kˈeɪk/
noun
a type of cake that is flavored with coconut and often includes coconut milk, shredded coconut, or coconut extract in the recipe
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butter cake
/bʌɾɚ keɪk/
noun
a type of cake that is made with a high proportion of butter, resulting in a rich, tender crumb and a delicate buttery flavor
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applesauce cake
/ˈæpəlsˌɔːs kˈeɪk/
noun
a type of cake that is made with applesauce as a key ingredient, which adds moisture and flavor to the cake
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spice cake
/spˈaɪs kˈeɪk/
noun
a type of cake that is flavored with a variety of warm spices, such as cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and cloves, which add a fragrant and complex flavor to the cake
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birthday cake
/bˈɜːθdeɪ kˈeɪk/
noun
a decorated cake with candles on it that is served in a birthday party
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wedding cake
/wˈɛdɪŋ kˈeɪk/
noun
a decorated cake served at wedding receptions to celebrate the marriage of a couple
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Christmas cake
/kɹˈɪsməs kˈeɪk/
noun
a type of cake that is traditionally served during the Christmas holiday season, and is often made with dried fruit, spices, and sometimes brandy or other spirits
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angel food cake
/ˈeɪndʒəl fˈuːd kˈeɪk/
noun
a type of cake that is light and fluffy, and is made from a mixture of whipped egg whites, sugar, and flour
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black forest cake
/blæk fɔːɹɪst keɪk/
noun
a type of chocolate cake that is typically layered with whipped cream and cherries, and often soaked in cherry liqueur
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Boston cream pie
/bˈɔstən kɹˈiːm pˈaɪ/
noun
a type of cake that is made from two layers of sponge cake filled with pastry cream and topped with a chocolate glaze
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brownie
/ˈbɹaʊni/
noun
a square shaped flat cake that is made with chocolate and occasionally nuts
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charlotte
/ˈʃɑɹɫət/
noun
a cooked dessert made with sponge cake, biscuits or lady fingers placed in a mold and filled with whipped cream and fruits
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cheesecake
/ˈtʃizˌkeɪk/
noun
a type of sweet dessert made from soft cheese on a cake or biscuit base
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chiffon cake
/tʃˈɪfən kˈeɪk/
noun
a type of cake that is light and airy, and is made from a mixture of whipped egg whites, flour, sugar, and oil
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cupcake
/ˈkəpˌkeɪk/
noun
a small cake baked in the shape of a small cup and usually with frosting
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devil's food cake
/dˈɛvəlz fˈuːd kˈeɪk/
noun
a type of chocolate cake that is known for its rich, dark color and deep chocolate flavor
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eccles cake
/ˈɛkəlz kˈeɪk/
noun
a type of pastry that originated in England and is made from a flaky pastry filled with currants, sugar, and spices
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fruitcake
/ˈfɹutˌkeɪk/
noun
a type of cake that is made with dried or candied fruit, nuts, and spices, and is often soaked in brandy or other spirits to enhance its flavor
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ice-cream cake
/ˈaɪskɹˈiːm kˈeɪk/
noun
a type of cake that is made from layers of ice cream and cake, which are then frozen together
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Madeira cake
/meɪdˈiəɹə kˈeɪk/
noun
a type of sponge cake that is dense, buttery, and has a slightly lemony flavor
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marble cake
/mˈɑːɹbəl kˈeɪk/
noun
a type of cake that is made by combining two different flavors of cake batter, usually vanilla and chocolate, which are then swirled together to create a marbled effect
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mooncake
/muːnkeɪk/
noun
a traditional Chinese pastry typically eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival, characterized by its round shape and various fillings
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petit four
/pətˈiː fˈoːɹ/
noun
a small designed cake which is served with tea or coffee
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pound cake
/pˈaʊnd kˈeɪk/
noun
a type of cake that is made from a mixture of flour, butter, sugar, and eggs, and is traditionally baked in a loaf pan
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red velvet cake
/ɹɛd vɛlvɪt keɪk/
noun
a popular cake characterized by its distinctive red color, typically made with cocoa powder and buttermilk
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rock cake
/ɹˈɑːk kˈeɪk/
noun
a type of small, rustic cake that is popular in the United Kingdom and is known for its rough and crumbly texture
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rum baba
/ɹˈʌm bˈɑːbə/
noun
a classic dessert made of a small yeast cake soaked in rum syrup, often filled with whipped cream or pastry cream
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souffle
/suˈfɫeɪ/
noun
a dish made with mixing beaten egg whites, flour, and milk together with cheese or fruit until light and spongy
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Swiss roll
/swˈɪs ɹˈoʊl/
noun
a type of cake that is made from a thin sheet of sponge cake that is rolled up with a sweet filling, such as jam, cream, or chocolate
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teacake
/tˈiːkeɪk/
noun
a type of sweet, soft, and fluffy bread or cake that is typically flavored with dried fruit, such as currants, raisins, or cherries
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upside-down cake
/ˈʌpsaɪddˌaʊn kˈeɪk/
noun
a type of cake that is baked with fruit on the bottom of the pan, which is then flipped over after baking so that the fruit is on top of the cake
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madeleine
/mædəɫɛn/
noun
a traditional small French cake, typically shell-shaped, with a light and airy texture and a distinct lemon or orange flavor
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Bundt cake
/bʌnt keɪk/
noun
a type of cake that is baked in a Bundt pan, resulting in a ring-shaped cake with decorative grooves and a central tube
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sheet cake
/ʃiːt keɪk/
noun
a large rectangular cake that is typically baked in a shallow, flat pan
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sno ball
/snoʊ bɔːl/
noun
a type of sweet treat typically made of cake or marshmallow covered in colorful, flavored coconut flakes
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pancake
/pænkeɪk/
noun
a flat round cake that is thin and is made with milk, eggs, and flour, which is then baked in a pan
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hotcake
/ˈhɑtˌkeɪk/
noun
a type of pancake that is made from a batter of flour, eggs, milk, and other ingredients, cooked on a hot griddle or frying pan until golden brown
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flapjack
/ˈfɫæpˌdʒæk/
noun
a thin flat cake made with a batter, both sides of which are cooked on a griddle
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blini
/blˈɪni/
noun
a type of Russian pancake that is made from buckwheat flour and yeast, and is typically served with toppings such as sour cream, caviar, or smoked salmon
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crepe
/kɹˈɛːp/
noun
a very thin pancake, originally made in Brittany, France
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gateau
/ɡɑˈtoʊ/
noun
any layered cake that is filled with chocolate, fruits, nuts and cream
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medovik
/mɛdəvɪk/
noun
a Russian honey cake made of multiple layers of honey-infused cake filled with creamy frosting or dulce de leche
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muffin
/ˈməfən/
noun
a small cup-shaped cake that is sweet in taste, made with eggs and baking powder
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cake
/ˈkeɪk/
noun
a sweet food we make by mixing flour, butter or oil, sugar, eggs and other ingredients, then baking it in an oven
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torte
/ˈtɔɹt/
noun
a type of cake made with layers of cake, usually filled with jam, cream, or other flavorings, and topped with a glaze or icing
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battenburg
/ˈbætənbˌɜːrɡ/
noun
a traditional British sponge cake that consists of alternating squares of vanilla and pink or yellow sponge cake
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