A layer cake for two…yes this layer cake with raspberry is to share only two. With your lover, your cat, your best friend or even your mother-in-law, you are spoilt for choice share… or not(yes, because you can keep it jealously for you !). This layer cake I’m making for the Mister and me, because I really wanted to make a mini-layer cake, and then the last raspberries from the market I have simply fallen in love with. But this time, it is with you that I decided to share it, I know I’m a nice girl (self-compliment that doesn’t hurt !), so just for you, here is a nice cake that I hope you like it.

And as I’m a reckless, I wanted to try it as frosting, a buttercream (no butter, but margarine !) the swiss meringue. Result : a glaze while lightness in the mouth, good well, suddenly the cake is eaten in less than two but good !!!

Layer cake with raspberries {without milk}

For 2 people Save Print Ingredients

  • 2 eggs
  • 45 g wheat flour-kiss
  • 45 g of sugar cane
  • 15 g of margarine plant
  • 200 g of raspberries
  • 60 g margarine vegetable
  • 35 g of sugar
  • 1 egg white
  • 2 tablespoons of raspberry sauce



  • Preheat the oven to 180°.
  • For the cake, beat the eggs and sugar over a bain-marie until the mixture whitens and double at least volume. Remove from the bain-marie and whisk until cooled.
  • Melt the margarine, let it cool and then add half the mixture of egg and sugar. Add the flour to the mixture, stirring intimately in lifting the mass. Finish by adding the rest of the margarine.
  • Pour the dough on a non-stick pan for about 1 cm 1/2 and bake for 12-14 minutes.
  • Remove from pan, let cool on a wire rack and cut three discs using a punch of 10 cm in diameter.
  • Prepare the frosting by beating in a bain marie the egg white and sugar to form a meringue, well glossy, continue beating off the heat until cool and add the margarine. Beat until smooth and frothy and then add a tablespoon of raspberry coulis and continue to beat for 30 seconds.
  • Start by laying a disk of cake on a dish and then garnish with a half-inch of frosting and a few raspberries. Cover with another disk and then repeat the operation until the end.
  • Finish by applying the rest of the frosting evenly over the cake and decorate with the remaining raspberries and coulis.


A little thought for 30 years of Leah today, that you can only know (well, yes it was not named Emilie and Lea for anything before !) Personally I’ve already spent the cap last April (but it is not serious, if you still want to offer me something, I would not keep account of the delay !!!) so I sympathize !

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