Quick Apple and Almond Cake

Quick Apple and Almond Cake

Also this weekend realised it had been such a busy week, I had not baked any cake !! Such a crime for the true domestic goddess which I aspire to be . Plenty of apples in the fruit bowl .

So a very very quick cake that could cook in just 15 minutes, think this would actually make a very good breakfast cake if you are into sweet things.

Juicy chunks of apple , scented cinnamon , the almonds mean this cake gets a nice crispy top .

Quick Apple and Almond Cake

For the cake mix

110g butter
110g soft brown sugar
110g self-raising flour
1 tsp baking powder
55g of ground almonds
1 tsp of cinnamon
2 eggs, beaten

For the apples
4 coxs apples
1 tbsp of soft brown sugar

  1. Preheat the oven to 200degC
  2. Line an 18cm round tin with baking paper
  3. Peel and core the apples and divide into eights
  4. Place the apples sprinkled with a tablespoon of sugar and a tablespoon of water in a pan on low heat for 5 minutes.
  5. Cream together the sugar and butter til smooth
  6. Add the eggs
  7. Mix in the flour , almonds & baking powder
  8. Layer the apples into the bottom of the tin including any juice
  9. Spoon the cake mix in dollops over the apples, smooth the dollops over the cover the apples
  10. Bake for 15 minutes

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6 Responses to Quick Apple and Almond Cake

  1. Wow! I wish I could grab a slice… My favorite ingredients in a cake! :)

  2. Quick, easy, and fantastically edible – sounds like just my kind of recipe. Yep, I think that’s going to have to go on my ‘must make VERY soon’ list!

  3. Carolyn says:

    I was looking for an Apple recipe this morning – and ended up making some cookies…now just found this typical! Looks yummy, mind you I dodn’t have any almonds so probably couldn’t have made it anyway :)

  4. Mark says:

    Oooooh yummy! I made it last night (birthday cake) very tasty indeedy, especially served warm with vanilla ice-cream (or custard) :)

    You didn’t say what to do with the cinnamon so I just chucked it in with the flour, I guess it could go in the pan with apples instead?

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