The queen of baking, Mary Berry, creates a light and fruity citrus sponge with buttery frosting and a sugar glaze
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Use the right sugar for creaming
It’s important to use caster sugar when following a creamed cake method. It is really finely ground, meaning it creams well with the butter to give you a light sponge. At BBC Good Food, we like to use golden caster sugar as it is unrefined, unlike white caster sugar, which is heavily processed.
Mary Berry and Lucy Young 'At Home'
This recipe was taken from Mary Berry and Lucy Young At Home , a collection of Mary’s favourite family recipes. Text (c) Mary Berry 2013, image (c) Woodlands books 2013