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Name Angel cake

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Origin Unknown

Major ingredients Varies Vanilla, and cream of tartar

Angel food cake

United States

Apple cake Aranygaluska Bakewell Tart

Unknown, probably Italy Hungary or Romania United Kingdom

Apple Yeasty dough; Vanilla Custard Almond, and raspberry jam

Banana Cake/Bread

United states

Banana

Battenberg cake

United Kingdom

Marzipan and apricot jam Varies Coconut milk, clarified butter, sugar, and flour Varies Cherries, Kirsch, and chocolate

Baumkuchen

Germany

Bebinca

India

Birthday cake Black Forest cake

Unknown Germany

Buccellato

Sicily

Honey, marsala, aniseed, and raisins

Bundt cake

United States

Varies, often chocolate

Butter cake

United Kingdom

Butter

Butterfly cake

United Kingdom

Varies

Carrot cake

Unknown, possibly United Carrots Kingdom Probably United Kingdom Cream cheese

Cheesecake

Chocolate cake

Unknown

Chocolate Dried fruit, cinnamon, treacle, cherries, and almond Vegetable oil

Christmas cake

United Kingdom

Chiffon cake

United States

Coffee cake

Germany

Cinnamon

Croquembouche

France

Caramel, almond, and chocolate

Cupcake

Unknown

Varies

Date and walnut loaf

United Kingdom

Dates, walnuts, treacle, and tea

Dacquoise

France

Almonds, hazelnut, and chocolate

Devil's food cake

United States

Dobos cake

Hungary

Chocolate and/or cocoa, and baking soda Spongecake layered with chocolate buttercream and topped with thin caramel slices Currants Varies Potato, various types of fish Fondant Candied fruit Whole egg

Eccles cake Fairy cake Fishcake French Fancy Fruitcake Gnoise Cake

United Kingdom Unknown Unknown United Kingdom Probably United Kingdom Probably Genoa

Gingerbread

Probably United Kingdom

Ginger

Whoopie pies Hot milk cake Heinz Ketchup Cake Ice cream cake Jaffa cakes Chunk Cake Kendal Mint Cake

Probably United States Probably United States Canada Unknown United Kingdom United Kingdom United Kingdom

Cocoa, vanilla Milk, and mocha Cinnamon, and Heinz Ketchup Ice cream Orange juice Peppermint Peppermint

Kladdkaka

Sweden

Chocolate

Lamington Lemon cake

Australia Unknown

chocolate icing, and desiccated coconut Lemon Eggs, flour, sugar and butter (cow fat in the Mantecadas de Astorga; corn flour in Colombia) Mixture of flavours including vanilla, coffee, and/or chocolate Lotus seed paste, and salted duck egg Ganache, sponge cake, and coffee syrup Raisins, orange peel, and lemon peel Egg white, and sugar (meringue)

Mantecada

Spain

Marble cake

Probably Germany

Mooncake

China

Opera cake

France

Panettone

Italy

Pavlova

New Zealand/Australia

Petits fours

France

Butter cream

Pineapple Upside Down Cake Pontefract Cakes Potato cake

United Kingdom United Kingdom Unknown

Pineapple Liquorice Potato

Prinsesstrta

Sweden

Punschkrapfen Queen Elisabeth cake Red bean cake

Austria Unknown Japan

Alternating layers of sponge cake and whipped cream, a layer of berry jam and a layer of custard, all topped with a layer of (green) marzipan. Cake crumbs, nougat chocolate, apricot jam, and rum Coconut, dates Azuki bean, and red bean paste red colouring, and cocoa Chocolate, and coconut Apricot, and cream Caramel, and Chiboust cream Marzipan, and dried fruit Cream sauce or pure with beaten egg whites. Predominant flavorings include spices such as cinnamon, cloves, allspice, ginger and/or mace

Red velvet cake Ruske Kape Sachertorte St. Honor Cake Simnel cake

United States Bosnia and Serbia Austria France United Kingdom

Souffl

France

Spice cake

United States

Sponge cake Stack cake

United Kingdom United States Varies

Streuselkuchen Suncake Tarte Tatin

Germany Taiwan France

Streusel (butter, flour, sugar) Flaky pastry Apple Savoiardi, and espresso Currants, and sultanas Hazelnuts Evaporated milk, condensed milk, and heavy cream or sour cream Varies Vanilla

Tiramisu Teacake Torta Tre Monti Tres Leches Cake Upside-down cake Vanilla slice

Italy United Kingdom San Marino Costa Rica, Mexico or Nicaragua United Kingdom France

Wedding cake

Unknown

Varies

Welsh cake

United Kingdom (Wales)

Also known as bakestones from the cast iron griddle on which they are traditionally cooked