I made this cake for my cousins bridal shower and it was such a big hit! It was the star of the evening. Made this cake today for a progressive dinner we had in our neighborhood. Preheat oven to 180°C/350°F. On a low speed, whisk the flour mixture to the egg mixture until just combined. In case you can't tell, I'm super proud of myself. One important question though, how long will the frosting keep in the fridge? Baking is not my forte so whenever I create a recipe and it comes out I get SO excited. Beat on low speed, and slowly increase the speed, watching the frosting as it thickens. Hi, Join the Edible Boston community! Frost the tops and sides of the cake with the mixture as desired. ★☆ Place cake in fridge and chill for 10 minutes. Clip and secure the ring around so that only the bottom is covered with overlapping parchment; set aside. Bake for 25-30 minutes, until a toothpick comes out clean when inserted into the center of each cake. Subscribe to our e-newsletter for regular updates on local food issues, online exclusive stories, original recipes, sponsored buying guides and special issue sneak peeks. Is the frosting safe to use with fondant? This limoncello cake offers a decadent flavor and texture that's hard to beat. Sift in the powdered sugar. Is there any way to rework this recipe with pure lemon extract for the cake? Beat butter, rind and sugar in small bowl … Learn how your comment data is processed. Thank you for the amazing recipe. Has anyone frozen the cake before? Lemon Cake with Berries and Mascarpone Frosting Photo and styling by Béatrice Peltre I grew up in the countryside in eastern France, where summer meant hot afternoons spent doing nothing but picking berries in my mother’s and grandmother’s gardens and making wildflower bouquets (hello, red poppies and buttercups!) ** Or replace the 3 flours with the all-purpose flour, if using. I assume from over mixing the mascarpone icing. Third, the layers are also light and fluffy. Place the cake in the fridge until ready to enjoy. In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a whisk, add the mascarpone cheese, heavy cream and confectioner’s sugar. This one, I promise you, is neither of those things. Place the second layer on top of this frosted layer and spread another 1 cup of frosting … This cake is SO GOOD. thank you! You can make the cake layers the night before! and can i freeze it? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Question- how did you get the streaky purple effect in the frosting pictured? Line with parchment paper and grease. What a great idea! I've never been able to make a cake I actually really love before this, so thank you from the bottom of my heart (and stomach!). A springtime sky high cake stacked with fresh blueberries and zesty flavor, layered with homemade blueberry lavender jam and mascarpone buttercream frosting. Lemon cake with lemon mascarpone frosting. Add the vanilla extract and continue to beat until creamy. Then pipe a small border of mascarpone buttercream along the perimeter of the cake … Thank you and welcome to the Edible Boston community! Fourth, it's pretty . Mix a couple spoonfuls of frosting with the remaining jam. Incorporate lemon and limoncello liquor into the cake batter, and then indulge in the mascarpone cheese icing that blends lemon curd and mascarpone cheese with whipped cream. This one I'm particularly proud, and here's why: First, it's a layer cake. Fairly time consuming but among my favorite cakes of all I have made. In a standing mixer or with a hand held mixer and a large bowl, cream butter, sugar, and lemon zest until light and fluffy, about 5 minutes. Hello I will be moving this recipe tomorrow but only have three 6inch cake pans. ★☆ I can't find lavender extract, can I just leave it out and make a blueberry lemon cake?