This year for Mother’s day, I prepared a cake for my mom. She got it a week early and loved it. It’s a happy mother’s day cake with whipped cream and strawberries, in the shape of a heart. A simple, but delicious cake. Easy to surprise your loved ones with. My mom wasn’t expecting me to bring anything, and was pleasantly surprised.
The strawberries came fresh from the farm, where we had gotten them that same week. The recipe is from the Koopmans website.
My mom also loved this No Bake Oreo Cheesecake, which I prepped for my parent’s wedding anniversary. If looking for a different flavor, try out this Speculaas Pear Pie or the Pancake Surprise Cake. Thinking more about making a cupcake? Here are Kingsday Cupcakes. If looking for a more savory pie, this Spinach Pie has got you covered.
This recipe was easy to prepare and follow. I used less cream and mascarpone than the recipe asked for, so I couldn’t pipe roses on the side. I didn’t want to open a new container of cream, just before going on vacation.
Comment below if you’re going to try it out, if you have any questions and tag #cosetteiscookin when you post pictures on your socials.
Mother’s Day Cake
Allergies: wheat, gluten, dairy, egg, strawberries, lactose.
1 package of (farmer’s) cake
200 gr butter
100 ml cream
40 gr mascarpone
1 container of strawberries
A bit of sugar
Whisk butter until creamy. Add the cake mix and eggs at once. Mix at low speed for a minute, then 3 minutes at high speed.
Pour the batter in a heart shaped tin. Which is sprayed first with baking spray. Bake 70 minutes in a preheated 160°C/320°F oven. Let cool down completely.
Whip cream well with a little bit of sugar. Add the mascarpone. Spread the whipped cream over the cake and top with the strawberries.
- Recipe source is Koopmans.
- Enough for 8 to 10 pieces.
- When you do want to pipe roses on the side of the cake, use 200 ml cream and 100 gr mascarpone.