Not to be confused with a “Napolean” or Napoleon”.
With this Sponge Cake we use a combination of “Pink, Brown, and Cream” colour’s, or another way of describing it “Strawberry, Chocolate, and Vanilla” flavour’s.
Placed into layers with our whipped Mock Cream between.
A layer of our whipped Sugar Icing on top and normally packaged as a “Bar Cake”.
This one always causes confusion. If you do some research you will find a whole host of definitions.
Apparently this cake may not of had French origins as you may perceive. I had a quick look around on the internet myself, and found that the one we call a “French Vanilla Slice” is sometimes referred to as a “Russian Napolean” or a “Napoleon”.
Also not to be confused with a “Neapolitan” Cake (refer to our other post) .
So what do we call a “Napolean Cake”.
We sandwich a Light Vanilla Sponge Cake between a top and bottom layer of our Puff Pastry.
To hold this together we use a coating of Raspberry/Plum Jam, and a layer of our whipped Mock Cream.
On top we Ice the cake with our whipped Sugar Icing.
This is then packaged as a bar cake.
A treat for the family, (also sometimes referred to as a “Snake Cake”).
This Sponge Cake (“light Sponge”), is baked as a thin layer. Rolled with a layer of our Mock Cream.
Our Flavour range:
Chocolate Sponge (with vanilla flavour mock Cream), Lemon, Mocha (Sponge and Cream flavoured), Vanilla (with a layer of Raspberry/Plum jam as well as the Cream).