May 09, 2017

The World’s Best Cake

If you will search for “The World’s Best Cake” you will learn that the world’s best cake is in Norway. You will be surprised because the name of the cake is indeed “The World’s Best Cake” or “Verdens Beste Kake”. I heard that this cake is also considered the National Cake of Norway and it is a Norwegian Classic Cake so if you attend events, you will always see this cake.


I had my first taste of this cake when I first visited Norway, I asked my mom what is the name of the cake and she said: “Favoritt Kake” or Favorite Cake in English. Okay, so when people ask me what is my favorite cake, I will say “favorite cake”. Baka sabihin pilosopo pa ko. Hehehe! Anyway, it is now known as “The World’s Best Cake” or Kvæfjordkake.

My mom always bakes a cake every weekend. They have a fellowship every Sunday and she always brings food and cake for potluck. She knew that I like favoritt kake so she baked it and she said to me “Kumuha ka agad nito kasi pagkaserve nito, nauubos agad”. Waah! So I said, magbake na lang ng iba, dito na lang yan cake sa bahay. So I baked rainbow cupcake to replace the cake. Hehehe!

If you are following me on Instagram @michisolee, you already see this cake. The World’s Best Cake is a layered cake, there is sponge cake, meringue with almonds and vanilla cream. There is a different texture on each layer of the cake and every bite is heaven.

I watched my mom in making this cake and my only contribution is putting the chopped almonds. Hehehe! Effort din sa paggawa ha because you have to mix three different batters/cream. First, she prepared the batter for sponge cake then put the meringue with almonds on top. Bake together.



Cut into half and spread the vanilla cream on the side of sponge cake. Top with the other half of cake. That’s it!


Indeed, it is the “The World’s Best Cake”. If you don’t believe me, try it and let me know your experience. Happy eating!


11 comments:

  1. Gusto ko makahingi ng recipe sa Mom mo! Sa dati kong work sa hotel kami naglalunch if may event lagi may dessert table para samin kasi nadadamay kami sa food since sa resto ng hotel kami kumakain.Grabe sarap nito! I also notice na mahilig sila magbake no? Kasi ang expensive ng cake? When I visited my ninang and her family last year gulat sila nagdala ko ng cake that I bought in Rema. Either mahal or di masarap? Pero patok sa mga bagets eh.

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    1. I wish matranslate ko recipe. Hehehe! Yes, parang lahat dito marunong magbake kasi mahal nga bumili. Too sweet din yata yung mga nabibili.

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  2. My gosh I love cakes and that looks so yummy. I don't bake though so I can't try and make that. Hope I still get to taste it someday.

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  3. I love cakes! And the "WOrld's Best Cake" looks so yummy. Good thing your mom knows how to bake. Sana makatikim din ako ng bake nya Hehe

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    1. Yes, good thing she knows how to bake this, napagsawaan na nga nila kasi lagi niya ginagawa. Hehehe!

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  4. I love how they named that cake. Tempting really. And I just want to know the recipe, too. My boys would love to have a taste of the worlds best cake.

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    1. Norsk kasi recipe kaya hindi ko pa rin natry gawin. I will update the post pag may english version na ko. :)

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  5. Uy, I'd love to taste this! Mukhang masarap e! And I believe you when you say so! I just wish meron gumagawa nyan dito sa PH, at kung meron, afford ko. hahaha.

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    1. Masarap nga, I'm not sure kung meron sa Pinas. How I wish meron para makabili din ko. :)

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  6. Wow, that cake looks complex! And delicious! I think I love every single component that you describe so I will no doubt love the whole cake itself lol

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