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Apple and Cinnamon Cake

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Serves 12

A great cake that is ideal for autumn/winter

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  • 200g caster sugar
  • 200g butter, little extra for greasing cake tin
  • 200g self- raising flour
  • 2 eggs
  • 6 apples, cored and peeled
  • 3 tsp cinnamon


    1. Preheat the oven to 200c/ gas 5
    2. Add the sugar and butter together in a bowl and mix together until both are combined and nice and fluffy
    3. Add the flour to the butter/sugar mix and combined together until it forms a gooey mixture
    4. Add the one egg and stir into the mixture. Add the other egg and stir all together. The mixture should be slight runny but still have a slight stiffness
    5. Add the cinnamon to the mix and stir well then add the peeled and chopped apple to the mix and stir together
    6. Put the mixture into the cake tin and place in the over for 30- 40 minuets until golden brown.
    7. Once cooked place onto a wire rack and leave to cool. Serve slightly warm for a better taste

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21st May, 2012
Loved this, it wa so easy to make. My husband and I nearly finished it off in one sitting, yummy!!
7th Feb, 2012
This is really delicious, the mixture seems very dry which makes the mixing with the apples awkward, I didn't add anything and it worked out fine, mixed the cinnamon in with the flour to ensure it was evenly distributed, very yummy.
27th Sep, 2010
i have baked this cake the other day and was gone by the next day !made them again today and will be hiding some for myself ! :-) i thought it was absolutely gorgeous !
12th May, 2020
I have just made this cake and found that it has taken a lot longer to cook than the 30-40 minutes in the recipe. Did anyone else find this?
Hey Micky
7th Oct, 2016
What size cake tin?
12th May, 2020
I have used an 8inch round tin.
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