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Apple Cake and Custard Slice


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Ingredients

20 piece(s)

cake base

  • 220 g raw sugar
  • 220 g Butter, softened
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 100 g Milk
  • 220 g Self Raising Flour

stewed apples

  • 10 granny smith apples
  • 1 tablespoon cinnamon - ground
  • 2 tablespoon sugar
  • 500 g water

creme patisserie

  • 150 g sugar
  • 90 g plain flour
  • 3 eggs
  • 1000 g Milk
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract

topping

  • 2 tablespoon sugar
  • 1 tablespoon cinnamon - ground
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Recipe's preparation

    Prepare baking dish and cake batter
  1. Line a 20cm x 30cm x 5-7cm baking dish (roasting pan works well or large pyrex dish) set aside

    set oven at 180deg C

    Place raw sugar into mixing bowl and mill 5 sec/speed 9.

    Add butter and mix 15 sec/speed 5.

    Add eggs and mix 15 sec/speed 5.

    Add milk and vanilla mix 10 secs/speed 5.

    Add flour and mix 10-15 sec (max)/speed 5.

    Spread batter into baking dish and bake 20 minutes 180 C.

    ensure that the cake is cooked through and golden

    Remove from oven and set aside.

  2. Stewed apple
  3. Peel, core and slice apples.

    Arrange in varoma dish and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar.

    Add water into mixing bowl and set varoma in place.

    Steam for 20 min/Varoma/speed 3.

    Set aside to cool for a few minutes.

  4. Spread apple evenly over cake base

  5. Creme patisserie
  6. Place sugar into mixing bowl and mill 5 sec/speed 9.

    Add flour, milk, vanilla and eggs and cook 13 min/90C/speed 4.

    Cook 2 min/100C/speed 4.

    Pour over apple layer.

    Sprinkle with topping of sugar and cinnamon.

  7. Bake for 20 minutes at 180C in oven until topping begins to caramelise

    Remove from oven and leave to cool before slicing.

  8. NOTES

    sugar can be reduced (see comments below for what has bee trialled)

    slice can be frozen!

    delish served hot with a scoop of icecream or served warm as a slice

    or cold!  

    Holds together perfectly and is easy to serve simply on a napkin when cold - making it a great picnic dessert

     

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  • Made custard and stewed apples 2 nights ago after...

    Submitted by Crozlow on 30. March 2018 - 11:42.

    Made custard and stewed apples 2 nights ago after dinner & then just threw the cake together & assembled this morn. Done & ready for long weekend. Thanks!

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  • delicious! I really didn't

    Submitted by Mez74 on 19. July 2016 - 22:38.

    delicious! I really didn't know what to expect so I made a half serve. Next time, I'll make the full quantity. 

    Hermie my Thermie Soft

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  • This was a hit with the

    Submitted by mimsardi on 19. June 2016 - 23:36.

    This was a hit with the family! Very easy to make and absolutely yummy! I did cut sugar 170g in the cake base and 70g in the custard, and none in the apples and it was still sweet enough for us, but personal choice tmrc_emoticons.)

     I also cooked the apples in the TM bowl - saved on slicing and easier to spread over the base! 

    Will definitely make again! Thanks for a great recipe  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Yum yum yum!!! This is sooooo

    Submitted by CherylSherman on 15. June 2016 - 18:44.

    Yum yum yum!!! This is sooooo good! Absolute winner at my house. Thanks so much for sharing 

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  • thanks so much for your

    Submitted by Nikki Banks on 4. April 2016 - 00:06.

    thanks so much for your lovely feedback everyone  tmrc_emoticons.)

    Nikki Banks -Business Development Manager - East Metro, Wheatbelt, Goldfields, Midwest, Gascoyne, Pilbara, Kimberley, WA


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  • OMFG, this recipe is

    Submitted by Thermalina on 17. December 2015 - 10:33.

    OMFG, this recipe is ridiculously delicious!! It is bakery worthy, I made it for a work morinng tea and everyone took a bite and said 'WOW"!! I mixed pears and apples and only used 800ml of milk in the custard.. This is definitley a regular in my cookboook!!!

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  • Great recipe, I used all my

    Submitted by Whats4t on 27. October 2015 - 10:47.

    Great recipe, I used all my Cinnaom in the steamed apples. So I rushed out  to get more for the topping. In my haste I bought Chinese Five Spice instead. Only realised my mistake once it was in the oven and thought it did not smell right. I took it to work the next day (as my fussy family thought it had a liquorice taste) my colleagues enjoyed it!!

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  • Loved this amazing recipe,

    Submitted by peggy on 18. October 2015 - 20:20.

    Loved this amazing recipe, absolutely fabulous, will definitely be making this again for our next dinner party.

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  • hi Joanne, You were spot on

    Submitted by peggy on 18. October 2015 - 20:14.

    hi Joanne, You were spot on with your info in halving this delicious recipe it turned out absolutely awesome, thank you so much.

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  • thrilled to hear that

    Submitted by Nikki Banks on 16. August 2015 - 21:08.

    thrilled to hear that helstar!! thanks tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • did not know what to expect,

    Submitted by helstar on 16. August 2015 - 20:16.

    did not know what to expect, but wow! thank you

     

     

     

     

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  • I had to cook my cake mixture

    Submitted by janewilson on 7. July 2015 - 19:59.

    I had to cook my cake mixture for around 30-35mins and steam my apples for an extra 5mins. 

    Turned out great and tastes yum! 

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  • I spoilt our kids by making

    Submitted by Kbonnington on 29. May 2015 - 22:14.

    I spoilt our kids by making this for afternoon tea! They loved it! Only thing I'll do differently next time is use an even bigger baking dish just so it's not so 'cakey'. 

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  • 8/2/15 recipe edited to note

    Submitted by Nikki Banks on 8. February 2015 - 13:30.

    8/2/15

    recipe edited to note baking dish size and NOTES section added to the end

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  • This delicious recipe filled

    Submitted by ronellem on 7. February 2015 - 13:32.

    This delicious recipe filled a dish approximately  sized 35x20x7. There was no custard left, all went in.

     For the cake base I used less sugar(170g) and no sugar over the apples. 

    It was delicious served either cold or at room temperature.

    Thanks for this lovely recipe that will become a favourite.

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  • Thanks so much for your

    Submitted by Nikki Banks on 16. November 2014 - 21:26.

    Thanks so much for your feedback Joanne!  Great to know that it worked for you and was a hit

    Nikki Banks -Business Development Manager - East Metro, Wheatbelt, Goldfields, Midwest, Gascoyne, Pilbara, Kimberley, WA


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  • I made this as my

    Submitted by Joanne on 16. November 2014 - 20:59.

    I made this as my contribution to a casual dinner with friends.  I made a half quantity in a 20cm x 20cm square pan. 

    I halved the the ingredients but used 2 eggs in the custard and a little less milk. Cooked custard on 90 degrees for 11 minutes and 100 degrees for 1 and a  half minutes.

    it was delicious and served six generously. It held together beautifully when served and I had my doubts that it would. 

    I would definitely recommend and it is good to transport too. 

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  • very yum!

    Submitted by thermomumof4 on 16. August 2014 - 13:28.

    very yum!

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  • Yum! Tasted as good as it

    Submitted by arai_r1 on 4. July 2014 - 00:48.

    Yum!

    Tasted as good as it looked! I have been wanting to make this, but had been ordered onto a dairy free diet which put a spanner in the works. Adapted it by using a dairy free spread in the base (I used Nuttelex) and made the custard with a mix of soy and almond milks. Made for our weekly family get together dinner...Whole family loved it... even my fussy brothers! Making it again with real milk! have ditched the dairy free LOL... can't wait to try the real version!

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  • yummy

    Submitted by sdi12 on 6. April 2014 - 20:37.

    yummy

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  • yummy

    Submitted by sdi12 on 6. April 2014 - 20:37.

    yummy

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  • :bigsmile:yes i have frozen

    Submitted by Nikki Banks on 4. August 2013 - 14:55.

    Big Smileyes i have frozen this - i wait for it to cool, then slice before freezing.

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  • Hi, bought the ingredients to

    Submitted by jensacook on 4. August 2013 - 13:58.

    Hi, bought the ingredients to cook this today. Can you freeze this recipe?

     

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  • Good point!  Basically it is

    Submitted by Nikki Banks on 4. August 2013 - 10:56.

    Good point!  Basically it is just a regular roasting pan kind of tray that i use - so the depth would be about 5-6cmi think.

    hope that helps

     

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  • Made this as afternoon tea

    Submitted by LIM on 22. July 2013 - 16:51.

    Made this as afternoon tea for the girls at work... gone in secs. They loved it (bonus to top with ice-cream).  Reading through the feedback helps with sugar portion. Thank you everyone Party

     

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  • Can anyone tell me how deep

    Submitted by SamJacob on 16. July 2013 - 12:39.

    Can anyone tell me how deep the dish needs to be. The recipe says 20cm by 30cm but not the depth.

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  • Yum this is really

    Submitted by mrswally on 20. June 2013 - 14:45.

    Yum this is really delcicious! I reduced sugar as comments suggested & it was divine, made heaps but all the family loved it. Thanks for posting tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Yum, absolutely love this

    Submitted by Bek V8 on 6. May 2013 - 16:37.

    Love Yum, absolutely love this recipe!!! I will make again and again. I did reduce the sugar due to other comments and was really lovely. Thank you for posting this recipe x

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  • This was delicious,

    Submitted by Mapski on 15. April 2013 - 11:51.

    This was delicious, definitely would make again but would probably halve the recipe. Thankfully my dish was just big enough.  I also reduced the sugar and it still tasted great, I used about 170g, 1tbs, 110g and 2tbs. The 2 things I learned for next time which aren't in the recipe are make sure the cake is cooked through the first time, I thought it would continue to cook with the custard layer but it didn't so it had a soggy middle. And if you want to serve it as a slice it absolutely has to be completely cooled.  It makes a delicious desert when warm though, you just need a spoon! Thanks for the recipe!

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  • Could you please tell me what

    Submitted by casilda on 14. April 2013 - 15:51.

    Could you please tell me what size dish to use. Thank you

     

    Kathy

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  • This is just lovely. I

    Submitted by JustMe on 18. January 2013 - 00:08.

    This is just lovely. I reduced the sugar in all elements of this recipe, and it was perfect.

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  • I made this cake yesterday

    Submitted by spacefreckle on 16. September 2012 - 23:18.

    I made this cake yesterday for a family function today. It's the best cake I've made in a long time and is destined to be a family favorite forever. It's a brilliant recipe and made 20 perfect pieces, enough for a big party.  Thank you for sharing this amazing recipe.  Cooking 7

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  • Hey Rick  - i have to admit

    Submitted by Nikki Banks on 15. August 2012 - 11:27.

    Hey Rick  - i have to admit that there was a bit of extra custard - but it soon disappeared  lol!! tmrc_emoticons.;) 

     

     

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  • I made this today and it was

    Submitted by slickster59 on 14. August 2012 - 19:44.

    I made this today and it was really simple. I had a fair bit of the custard leftover, so maybe my bake dish is a bit small. we will have it for dessert tonite & it smells so good I can't wait to get stuck into it!  Cooking 7

    Rick

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  • Belinda wrote: Deeeeelicious!

    Submitted by rickmandy95@bigpond.com on 14. August 2012 - 12:44.

    Belinda

    Deeeeelicious! Once slice was not enough for me!!  Thanks Thermogirl.  tmrc_emoticons.D Belinda 

     

    What size dish did you use? 

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  • Deeeeelicious! Once slice was

    Submitted by Belinda on 12. August 2012 - 15:39.

    Deeeeelicious! Once slice was not enough for me!!  Thanks Thermogirl.  tmrc_emoticons.D Belinda 

     

    Belinda, California USA

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