Apple Cake – a one bowl recipe

I can’t believe I have left the blog without a recipe this week, but its been crazy! Work, life and the business were going at its usual pace and then I picked up a viral bug two weeks ago that has slowed me down a bit and I have avoided screen time after coming home and thus I didn’t get the time to hop on to publish a recipe. I have 4 apples starring at me at the moment from the fruit bowl and I was reminded of this cake recipe that I made a couple of months ago and it went down a treat. Its awesome for afternoon tea 🙂 It’s also a very easy way to use up well ripe apples!

It’s a long weekend here in New Zealand – Monday is a holiday due to it being the Queens Birthday – so I am looking forward to getting some chillaxing time in, doing some shopping, we are hosting folks for a meal so I will be busy cooking and I also have plans to redo the guest room to a space that the 2 year old and I will share for our creative fun stuff … hopefully I will have the time and the energy to do it ALL!

Have a great weekend!

I can't believe I have left the blog without a recipe this week, but its been crazy! Work, life and the business were going at its usual pace and then I picked up a viral bug two weeks ago that has slowed me down a bit and I have avoided screen time after coming home and thus I didn't get the time to hop on to publish a recipe. I have 4 apples starring at me at the moment from the fruit bowl and I was reminded of this cake recipe that I made a couple of months ago and it went down a treat. Its awesome for afternoon tea 🙂 It's also a very easy way to use up well ripe apples!

Summary

    Ingredients

    5 – 6 apples, peeled and sliced
    2 eggs
    2 cups floor
    1 3/4 cups sugar
    2 tsps cinnamon
    2 tsps baking soda
    1/2 cup oil
    180 C Preheat the oven to

    Steps

    1. In a bowl, first mix the eggs and sugar together. Then add in the cinnamon and oil
    2. The peeled and sliced apples go into the mixture, coat the apples so it does not turn brown
    3. In a separate bowl mix the floor and baking soda together and then slowly add it to the apple mixture bowl and mix well to combine
    4. Pour the cake batter into a greased cake pan and bake for about 50-55 mins
    5. Sprinkle some powdered sugar and serve!

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