Easy apple tea loaf cake
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Easy apple tea loaf cake

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Serves 8

Easy moist apple cake with cinnamon and ginger

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  • 115g of Self Raising Flour
  • 115g butter or marg
  • 100g light brown sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 peeled apple chopped into small pieces
  • 2 tsp of ginger
  • 1tsp of cinnamon
  • Optional 4 square of chocolate melted to drizzle on the top


    1. Preheat the oven to 150. Cream the butter with the sugar with an electric whisk for at least 2 mins
    2. Whisk in the 2 eggs
    3. Sieve the flour and cinnamon and ginger into the mixture and fold in. Add the chopped apple by folding in too
    4. Place in a greased or silicon loaf tin and bake for 40 mins. Put a skewer in the middle of cake to see if it comes out clean. If not cooked give it 5 mins longer
    5. After cooled for 10 mins place cake on a wire rack. When completely cooled drizzle melted chocolate on top if desired

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5th Oct, 2015
I started to make this loaf, but had to find another recipe. There is not nearly enough flour in it. Otherwise, it looks like a very nice recipe.
12th Feb, 2015
Fantastic recipe! Decided to double it the second time round in the hope that it might survive longer than ten minutes after removal from the oven.
29th Mar, 2012
This is a super recipe and has become a family favorite. To be recommended.
11th Mar, 2012
A brilliant cake devoured by 5 within 10 minutes!!
14th Nov, 2011
great recipe!
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3rd Feb, 2014
The loaf tin should be a 2lb size and make sure you line the base.
15th Oct, 2014
Ah, was wondering about this. Thanks.