Edible Valentine biscuit dough

You will need
  • for sponge cake:
  • - orange 2 pcs.
  • - sugar 300 g
  • - eggs 8 pcs.
  • - water 150 ml.
  • - Almond 100 g
  • - white crackers (baby) 1 tbsp. l
  • - flour 100 g
  • - heart shape baking dish
  • for finishing:
  • - butter 500 g
  • - vanillin (pinch)
  • - Milk 200 ml.
  • - sugar 300 g
  • - Egg yolks 2 pcs.
  • - flour 150 g
  • - strawberries 10 pcs.
Boil the oranges until soft. Remove the crust. Chop pulp in a blender, and skip the crust through a meat grinder. Put everything in the pan, pour 150 ml. water, add sugar and cook until thick mass.
Put the mass in a deep bowl and, rubbing it with a wooden spoon, gradually add one egg yolk and a spoon of sugar, until all the yolks and sugar are used.
Add well-whipped whites, flour, crackers and ground almonds. Stir and put in a baking dish. Bake for 40 minutes in a preheated 180 degree oven.
While the cake is baked, melt the butter and let it boil.Switch to low fire. While stirring, add flour and leave to warm for another 3-5 minutes.
Separately boil the milk with sugar. Gradually add the milk to the butter, whipping the mass with a whisk. Remove the mass from the heat and let it cool.
Beating add yolks and vanilla to the mass. Put the resulting cream in the fridge to set for 20-30 minutes.
Cut the sponge cake in two, spread out the middle with cream. Apply a thick layer of cream on the top and sides of the sponge cake. Wait until the cream is absorbed, and make a couple more layers. To top it off, decorate the cake with strawberries and whipped cream.