Sandwich Cake with Egg Butter. Võileivatort

Easters are over and you have too many boiled eggs ?
Lets make egg butter. And for better serving Sandwich Cake.  Traditional Estonian Sandwich Cake is made from rye Bread (look for recipe), but you can use, of course, wheat bread. Because of Easters (and I believe, that as I, you have lot of hard-boiled eggs remaining :)), I used for decoration egg butter.

Depending on your taste, it is possible to make ham-based cake. Or vegetable spread based cake… anyway, choice is yours.
I divided the spreads and decorated Sandwich Cake with two filling.
6 slice of bread means in this recipe 3 layers, for more beautiful result remove bread crusts. If you going to eat cake soon, steep bread with milk or stock. If you have time to set, then steeping is not necessary. Butter gives enough moisture and juiciness.

Sandwich Cake with Egg Butter. Võileivatort

Sandwich Cake. Võileivatort

  • Servings: 2
  • Difficulty: easy
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A fresh, light Sandwich Cake for a dinner.


  • 6 slice of bread
  • 300 g filling
  • 1 sliced tomato
  • 50 g smoked salmon
  • for decoration smoked salmon, greens

Sandwich Cake. Võileivatort


    for 150 g egg butter
  • 2 hard-boiled eggs.  Finely chopped
  • 100 g room temperature soft butter
  • mayonnaise, salt, pepper


    for 150 cream cheese filling
  • 100 g cream cheese
  • 50 g sour cream, spreadable consistent
  • season with mayonnaise, lemon juice and chopped dill


    NB! If you going to eat cake soon, steep bread with milk or stock. If you have time to set, then steeping is not necessary.

  1. Take away ingredients for decoration
  2. Spread bread layers with spread, put between layers sliced salmon and tomato
  3. Decorate

Sandwich Cake. Võileivatort

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26 thoughts on “Sandwich Cake with Egg Butter. Võileivatort

  1. Great idea for using leftover eggs (I have so many again). I have never had such a savory cake, it sounds delicious and I love those creamy layers.

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  2. Great recipe. Sounds so yummy. I am happy to have found your blog. My name is Nancy. I live in Florida, U.S. Looking forward to exploring your blog. Nice to *meet* you, 🌹


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