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Looking for sponge cake recipes? Taste of Home has the best sponge cake recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

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Sponge Cake with Blueberry Topping

Sponge Cake with Blueberry Topping

Sponge Cake with Blueberry Topping

This recipe puts the blueberries grown in our area to good use. It's a great summertime dessert.—Frances Colley, Coos Bay, Oregon

Chiffon Fruitcake

Chiffon Fruitcake

Chiffon Fruitcake

Unlike typical fruitcakes, this tall cake is nice and light. The cinnamon whipped cream adds a bit of festive flair. —Tonya Farmer, Iowa City, Iowa

Sunshine Sponge Cake

Sunshine Sponge Cake

Sunshine Sponge Cake

This is one of my favorite cakes to make. I prepare it for company or a bake sales and it is a hit every time!—Helen Woronik, Salem, Connecticut

Poppy Seed Chiffon Cake

Poppy Seed Chiffon Cake

Poppy Seed Chiffon Cake

This cake is quite easy to make and everyone who tries it tells me how good it tastes. The lemon frosting really accents the flavor of the cake.

White Chocolate Raspberry Cake

White Chocolate Raspberry Cake

White Chocolate Raspberry Cake

If you’re looking to impress guests, try this light, airy cake that gets its lovely look from drizzles of raspberry jam and melted white chocolate. I entered it in the Canyon County Fair and won first place.—Amanda Bowyer, Caldwell, Idaho

Dobostorte

Dobostorte

Dobostorte

It takes some time to prepare "Dobostorte", but the effort is well worth it! Every forkful is moist and delicious.—Susan Carn, Fremont, Ohio

Lemon Daffodil Cake

Lemon Daffodil Cake

Lemon Daffodil Cake

You're sure to impress dinner guests when you present this eye-catching sponge cake. A light lemon filling and frosting make it a perfect springtime dessert.—Eunice Richardson, Shullsburg, Wisconsin

Classic Tres Leches Cake

Classic Tres Leches Cake

Classic Tres Leches Cake

Tres Leche means "three milk." This cake gets its name because it uses three kinds of milk—evaporated, condensed and cream. This cake's light and airy texture has made it a classic in Mexican kitchens for generations. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Tiny Chiffon Cakes

Tiny Chiffon Cakes

Tiny Chiffon Cakes

"My father is not a cake lover, but he absolutely loves this cake-in fact, it's the only cake he'll eat," writes Jan Huszczo of Beverly Hills, Michigan. "If you don't want to frost these, just dust with powdered sugar."

Coconut Chiffon Cake

Coconut Chiffon Cake

Coconut Chiffon Cake

Toasted coconut adds visual appeal to this tall and impressive cake. With an airy texture and heavenly coconut-ginger flavor,it's a lovely end to meals throughout the year.

Strawberry Sponge Cake

Strawberry Sponge Cake

Strawberry Sponge Cake

For dessert, this dessert uses purchased sponge cake. So there's no need for baking. To showcase its pretty strawberry-red layer, I dish it up in clear dessert glasses or dishes like a trifle.—Ruth Taylor, Greeneville, Tennessee
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