Just like the description – easy and delicious. Fabulous! This was so good and looked so pretty except that my berries in the center seemed to sink down through the baking process. Moist, delicious, quick and easy!! In a small bowl with clean beaters, beat egg whites on high speed until stiff peaks form. Allrecipes has more than 190 trusted strawberry recipes complete with ratings, reviews and baking tips. . I would reduce the oven temp by 25 degrees to be safe. I love this cake so much that I made 3 times on the same week just to have people taste it. Topped with the rich and delicious cream cheese frosting, this cake is truly the best ever. My daughter asked for a Strawberry cake I had to find a recipe. It was delicious warm and delicious at room temperature. Hi Angie, Yes, frozen berries should be fine. Thanks for sharing it!! I baked it in a 9×9 cake pan but it only came up halfway in the pan so it only took 30 mins to cook. Great recipe! (I’ve attached the link to the frosting recipe I used), http://allrecipes.com/recipe/140837/sturdy-whipped-cream-frosting/. I’ve been wondering if it’s possible to incorporate more strawberry into the cake? We have one in the oven right now! My strawberry cake came out great – it was just as beautiful as the picture. Also, it’s an easy to follow, simple recipe! I have had this recipe for over 40 years. Love it!! I reduced the sugar in the sponge to 150g and it still seemed a bit on the sweet side to me. a recipe that always is asked to be shared. Jennifer, I made this cake yesterday with my granddaughter. Glad you liked it! My husband who is not a fruit in your cake kinda guy LOVED IT! I made it with frozen sweet cherries and just cut back the sugar in the recipe. I made it for mother-in-laws Birthday, and she was really impressed (and she is a great cook/baker). So excited to make this cake with fresh seasonal local strawberries this weekend for Mother’s Day! This says a lot as my family of foodies used to not let me in the kitchen! But overall, the feedback was great! Will serve with Strauss Vanilla Bean ice cream and will cry if I want to. Thank you for the recipe! Expect rave reviews! Thanks! Glad your kids enjoyed this, Roula! I made this simple summer strawberry cake over the summer. Strange that the strawberry sank after you removed the cake from the oven. The strawberries I used were very sweet and came out tasting like strawberry jam. Tastes good though! I doubled it and adjusted for altitude (which included baking at a higher temp for less time). Often the best desserts are the simple ones, and that’s what I found with this recipe. Hi Jatasha, Sorry to hear they all sunk! See freezer-friendly instructions at the bottom of the recipe. I decided to cut the strawberries in slices because they tend to fall to the bottom when baking and make holes in the cake. Please let me know how it turns out . Thank you very much. But my wife loved it so I'm in her good graces until next year! Made this Cake for a Memorial Day B-B Q dessert. Plain (which is like our all-purpose flour). I only had oak milk so I used that. Hello Jen, Thank you for this recipe. I have made it several times. I’ve made so many of your recipes and they are all fantastic!! thank you. If so, try cutting them smaller. keeper recipe! Made it for a family gathering today and everyone absolutely loved it. I made this cake – simple to make and delicious! So simple and so yummy. Easy to make and ALWAYS produces the most delicious cake. , Thanks, Jenn! This cake is fabulous!!!!!!! I made the cake yesterday & had the sinking berry experience as well & figured my berries were too big. Sure, Selina. I followed your recipe exactly except that I used salted butter. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes in the preheated oven, or until a small knife inserted into the center of the cake comes out clean. And very little sugar and butter for a cake. In your Strawberry Cake is it possible to use frozen strawberries (that I picked and froze) or would they be too watery? light butter and turbino sugar. Thanks for such a different and delicious recipe! Just made this (we went strawberry picking and definitely over picked! Glad it turned out nicely -thanks for the follow-up! Even then, it was very dark on bottom and a bit dry. Hi Jenn, Just wondering if gluten free flour would give me the same results as all purpose. Will definitely be making this cake over and over, and hopefully trying different fruit in the mix. It was a hit with friends and family. Hi Mary, did you use the same amount of sugar for the blueberries as you did for the strawberries? The second time I added a little almond extract because that’s what’s you put in your outstanding strawberry muffins, added some chocolate chips and sprinkled the top with Sugar in the Raw instead of the white sugar. It keeps nicely for several days. Thanks again for yet another mouth watering recipe! Just wanted to share in case other GF bakers were eying the recipe! This an easy and delicious and a good way to use up any kind of extra fruit. Didn’t change a thing in the recipe. The batter turned out almost like meringue consistency. Made it with some local raspberries a few days ago and everyone at the gathering loved it! Only difference in Ms. Perelman’s version is 1/2 cup less flour, a wee bit less sugar due to the lesser amount of flour, the use of both baking powder and baking soda, buttermilk instead of regular milk, and a baking temp of 400 for 25 – 30 mins. Thanks for another winning recipe. We have a new favorite homemade Strawberry Cake recipe to share! I did mash up a few extra strawberries and added them to the batter. Can you use frozen strawberries and could it be made in Bundt pan. Definitely one to try with different fruits as well. You are amazing. Thank you for sharing. It received many rave reviews. I just made this and everyone loved it. What can I use instead of egg and milk? I’ve been asked to make another one. Baking time would remain the same. I modified it by adding diced strawberries, use palm sugar instead of white sugar and sprinkled fine sugar for the top, it made the top really hard you could knock on it and heard it replied with a “hello?” Even my mother who doesn’t like cake love this! Little bit tedious but omg they did not sink and it was gorgeous! (mmmmm!!! Thank you for another wonderful recipe, EVERY recipe that I use from you Jenn is fantastic, and a true winner! What would you use instead of an electric mixer? And I’m using a regular round 9″ cake tin, how should I adjust time temperature and bake time? I made this strawberry pie the other day. This recipe is perfect in that sense as well. I replaced the all-purpose flour with my own home milled flour, in this instance, a mixture of spelt, oats and barley berries. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Remove from refrigerator about 2 hours before serving. Delish. There are much better desserts out there. Hi Teresa, Sorry You had a problem with this! Light and refreshing and so delicious. The recipe was originally published in Martha Stewart Living many years ago and sent to me by one of my readers. Any tip on how not to make the strawberries sink? . Even better! It’s very easy to make and looks beautiful! I really want to try this with raspberries as a local baker that is now out of business had the best raspberry cake and frosting.