Charlota

This is what we know in PR as a "charlota". Regular 2-layer yellow cake with Bavarian cream/cream cheese frosting, surrounded with ladyfingers and topped with fresh fruits.

Comments

awela Says... 10 years ago

I am glad you posted it. People asked me about it and I had no idea what it was. Beautiful cake!

gegon Says... 10 years ago

It is really a simple cake to make. I can send you instructions if you want.

gabpeightysmom Says... 10 years ago

looks yummy...I would like instructions on how to make it, please! gapeightysmom@rock.com

SHenyd Says... 9 years ago

This looks fantastic. Are the lady fingers sugared?

gegon Says... 9 years ago

I buy mine at the supermarket. Here is a recipe that looks simple enough to make in (...) may be a problem solver.

gegon Says... 9 years ago

You mix it up with the bav cream and some sugar (make it as sweet as you like) and use it to fill between layers and frost the top and sides of the cake

wcrunner Says... 9 years ago

thanks for helping me. I have one more question though, i've searched every grocery store around me, including three wal-marts and I can't find ladyfingers anywhere, where do you find them?

wcrunner Says... 9 years ago

i saw your recipe instructions on the website, I don't understand how you use the cream cheese thought. Is it mixed with bavarian cream or just used to fill cake in between layers? I want to try to make it for a family gathering this weekend. It looks delicious.

gegon Says... 10 years ago

It is really a simple cake to make. I can send you instructions if you want.

awela Says... 10 years ago

I am glad you posted it. People asked me about it and I had no idea what it was. Beautiful cake!

gabpeightysmom Says... 10 years ago

looks yummy...I would like instructions on how to make it, please! gapeightysmom@rock.com

wcrunner Says... 9 years ago

i saw your recipe instructions on the website, I don't understand how you use the cream cheese thought. Is it mixed with bavarian cream or just used to fill cake in between layers? I want to try to make it for a family gathering this weekend. It looks delicious.

SHenyd Says... 9 years ago

This looks fantastic. Are the lady fingers sugared?

gegon Says... 9 years ago

You mix it up with the bav cream and some sugar (make it as sweet as you like) and use it to fill between layers and frost the top and sides of the cake

wcrunner Says... 9 years ago

thanks for helping me. I have one more question though, i've searched every grocery store around me, including three wal-marts and I can't find ladyfingers anywhere, where do you find them?

gegon Says... 9 years ago

I buy mine at the supermarket. Here is a recipe that looks simple enough to make in (...) may be a problem solver.


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