Cakes by Country

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Can you name the cakes according to their country of origin?

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Traditionally served at Easter or Mothering Sunday. Light fruit cake with a layer of marzipan baked in and balls of marzipan on topUnited Kingdom
Layers of chocolate cake, containing cherry liqueur in Germany, with whipped cream and cherries between each layerGermany
Chocolate cake invented in Vienna in 1832Austria
Cuboid sponge cake dipped in chocolate icing and covered with dessicated coconutAustralia
Very light, fatless sponge cake containing vanillaUSA
Marzipan-covered sponge cake displaying a two-by-two pink and yellow chequered pattern when cut in cross sectionUnited Kingdom
Spongy pastry baked in a square or rectangular box-shaped paper 'cajillas'Spain
Moist, airy, rich chocolate layer cake made with cocoa and hot waterUSA
5-layer sponge cake layered with chocolate buttercream and topped with caramel slicesHungary
Dense, sticky chocolate cake with a viscous centreSweden
Cupola-shaped sweet bread cake containing candied orange, citron, lemon zest and raisins, eaten at Christmas and New YearItaly
Type of gingerbread containing oats and black treacle (molasses), often eaten on Bonfire NightUnited Kingdom
HintCakeCountry of origin
Traditional alcoholic Christmas dessert, similar to fruit cake, descended from British Christmas PuddingCaribbean
Chocolate or vanilla layer cake containing red food colouring and buttermilkUSA
Sponge or butter cake soaked in evaporated milk, condensed milk and heavy creamLatin America
Layers of almond sponge cake soaked in coffee syrup, layered with ganache and coffee buttercream and covered with chocolate icingFrance
Welsh fruit cake with name meaning 'speckled cake'United Kingdom
Light fruit cake baked in a tall tin and covered with thin white icing, eaten at EasterRussia
Sponge cake layered with ricotta cheese (or icecream), candied peel and a cream filling, covered with marzipan and pink and green pastel icingSicily
Sponge or chocolate cake roll decorated to resemble part of a tree, served at ChristmasFrance
Rich cinnamon cake traditionally made with pineapple, banana and pecans and covered with cream cheese icingUSA
Loaf-shaped cake containing dried fruit and covered in sugar, eaten at ChristmasGermany
Traditional Jewish honey cake often eaten at Rosh HashanahIsrael

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Created Aug 22, 2011SourceReportNominate
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