Fresh Strawberry Milk Cake – VIDEO RECIPE

Fresh Strawberry Milk Cake is a delicate and sweet pastry that combines the flavors of vanilla, fragrant strawberries, and a creamy icing.

If you’re in search of an easy strawberry cake recipe, you’ll absolutely love this one!

The combination of the strawberry aroma, the vanilla flavor, and the sweetness of the milk icing is truly unmatched.

It is the perfect recipe for any summer family celebration or gathering with friends.

And don’t forget, that this strawberry delight is made with simple ingredients!

Fresh Strawberry Milk Cake - VIDEO RECIPE

During the season, homemade cakes with fresh strawberries are especially aromatic and tasty.

To add a special charm to the dessert, pour an icing over the freshly baked cake.

This easy icing recipe only requires 2 ingredients: powdered sugar and milk.

its milky sweetness perfectly complements the freshness and juiciness of the strawberries.

Fresh Strawberry Milk Cake - VIDEO RECIPE

This strawberry cake is incredibly simple to make.

And the recipe uses ingredients that almost everyone has on hand.

So, how do you make this delicious strawberry cake?

By following my step-by-step instructions, you can avoid any lumps and achieve a velvety texture.

The juicy strawberries give this cake an extraordinary taste and aroma, making it truly unforgettable.

Fresh Strawberry Milk Cake - VIDEO RECIPE

In fact, this Fresh Strawberry Milk Cake is not only one of the easiest but also one of the most delicious cakes you’ll ever try.

Each bite of this delightful treat simply melts in your mouth!

What else can compare to this amazing dessert?

So, why not treat yourself and your loved ones to this delightful strawberry cake?

It’s the perfect way to indulge in the flavors of summer.

And create lasting memories with your family and friends.

Fresh Strawberry Milk Cake – VIDEO RECIPE

Fresh Strawberry Milk Cake - VIDEO RECIPE

how to cook Fresh Strawberry Milk Cake?


To start, preheat your oven to 160°C (320⁰F). Take the strawberries and remove the stems, then cut them in half.

TIPS: If you don’t have fresh strawberries on hand, frozen ones can be a great substitute.


In a medium-sized bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, and salt.


Next, grab a large bowl and place the softened butter in it. Use a mixer at medium speed to beat the butter until it becomes creamy. Then, add the sugar and vanilla sugar, and continue beating until the mixture becomes light and fluffy.

TIPS: If your butter is too hard, a few seconds in the microwave can soften it up and make it easier to whip.

TIPS: Instead of using butter, you can opt for good quality margarine. It works just as well! But keep in mind that margarine contains salt. So, you might want to reduce the amount of salt in the recipe. Just a little heads up!


Now, it’s time to add the eggs to the sugar-butter mixture, one at a time. Make sure to mix well after each addition.


Gradually add the flour mixture to the butter-egg mixture, alternating with the milk. Start and finish with the flour mixture, making sure to mix everything together well.


Take a 23cm one-piece baking tin and grease it with butter. Sprinkle some flour on it as well. Pour the dough into the prepared tin and smooth out the top.


Place the strawberry halves on top of the dough.


Fresh Strawberry Milk Cake - VIDEO RECIPE

Put the baking tin into the preheated oven at 160°C (320⁰F) and bake for about an hour. Or until it turns a beautiful golden brown.

TIPS: Looking for some helpful advice on how to preheat your oven and prepare it for baking? Look no further than my articles “How and Why Do You Need to Preheat Oven” and “Top 7 Secrets How to Bake in Oven”.


Fresh Strawberry Milk Cake - VIDEO RECIPE

Once the cake is done, leave it in the tin for 5 minutes. This will make it easier to remove from the tin.

TIPS: Wondering if your cake is ready? Stick a wooden stick or toothpick into the center – if it comes out clean, your cake is done.


Fresh Strawberry Milk Cake - VIDEO RECIPE

In a small bowl, mix powdered sugar and milk thoroughly until you get a smooth icing.

TIPS: When it comes to icing, I’ve got you covered. If it’s too thick for your liking, simply add a little more milk. On the other hand, if it’s too thin, sprinkle in some powdered sugar to thicken it up.

TIPS: Now, here’s one more head up about icing. It hardens pretty quickly. So, make sure to use it right away to avoid any clumpy disasters.


Fresh Strawberry Milk Cake - VIDEO RECIPE

Pour the icing over the finished cake and serve it warm.


Fresh Strawberry Milk Cake - VIDEO RECIPE

Now, it’s time to cut Fresh Strawberry Milk Cake into equal pieces and enjoy it with a nice cup of tea. Bon appétit!

Fresh Strawberry Milk Cake


  • Sugar – 1 cup (200 g)
  • Eggs – 2 pcs. (100 g)
  • Milk – 1/2 cup (125 g)
  • Flour – 1 1/4 cup (200 g)
  • Baking powder – 1 tsp. (5 g)
  • Salt – 1/3 tsp. (2 g)
  • Vanilla sugar – 1 sachet (10 g)
  • Softened butter – 1/3 cup (80 g)
  • Strawberries – 1/2 container (250 g)

for the icing

  • Powdered sugar – 1 cup (200 g)
  • Milk – 2 tbsp. (30 g)

Cooking steps:

  1. Remove stems from strawberries and cut in half.
  2. In a medium bowl, whisk together flour, baking powder and salt.
  3. Place softened butter in a large bowl, beat with a mixer at medium speed, add sugar and vanilla sugar, continue beating until light and fluffy. Add eggs one at a time, mixing well after each addition.
  4. Gradually add the flour mixture to the butter mixture alternately with the milk, starting and ending with the flour mixture.
  5. Pour the dough into a pre-greased and floured 23cm baking tin and smooth the top. Place strawberry halves on top.
  6. Bake in a preheated oven at 160°C (320⁰F) until golden brown for 1 hour.


  1. Put powdered sugar into a small bowl, add milk, mix thoroughly until smooth.
  2. Pour the icing over the finished cake and serve warm.


  1. The cake is awesome. I made it today and it turned out so fluffy. Thanks for the recipe.

  2. The cake turned out awesome, but with the following modifications:
    *whole wheat flour and half white
    *half the sugar
    *added more small chocolate pieces

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