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Custardy Apple Cake


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Ingredients

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  • 2 eggs
  • 220 grams caster sugar
  • 125 grams Butter, melted
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 75 grams Self Raising Flour
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 125 grams Milk
  • 4 Apples (Pink Lady or Granny Smith), Cored & Thinly Sliced
  • 6
    1h 10min
    Preparation 10min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    easy
    Preparation
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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Prehea oven to 180. Grease a 22cm round cake tin and line the base with baking paper.

    2. Beat eggs for 30 senconds on speed 7.

    3. Add Caster Sugar and continue on speed 7 for 2 minutes or until the batter becomes thick.

    4. Stir through the melted butter & vanilla for 20 seconds speed 2.

    5. Add the flour, cinnamon, salt and milk. Stir through for 30 seconds speed 2.

    6. Add the apples to the batter and stir through Counter-clockwise operation speed 1 making sure all the apples have been coated in the batter.

    The batter will be quite runny.

    7. Pour into the cake tin and bake for 1 hour or until golden brown and coming slightly away from the sides of the pan. The cake is cooked when a skewer insterted into the centre comes out clean. Cool in the tin for 10 minutes before carefully turning out onto a wire rack, Dust with icing sugar and serve with thick cream or however you like.

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  • Delicious. Let the melted butter cool and added 3...

    Submitted by Kristyg81 on 7. July 2019 - 08:56.

    Delicious. Let the melted butter cool and added 3 apples and 2 pears was the right amount of fruit.

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  • Absolutely delicious but not a cake! I used 4...

    Submitted by RachS on 9. May 2019 - 11:55.

    Absolutely delicious but not a cake! I used 4 large golden delicious apples and barely fitted the mix in the tin. Substituted half brown sugar and cut it down to 200g. Served hot with cream. Will try again with less butter!

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  • Amazing! I reduced the sugar & butter to 200g &...

    Submitted by Sjw2010 on 3. October 2018 - 19:39.

    Amazing! I reduced the sugar & butter to 200g & 100g like suggested & it was perfect. I diced my apples also. Very impressed but I admit I didn't think it would work when I saw how runny it was. Wouldn't work in my springform tin. Can't wait to make it again

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  • Massive hit in my house

    Submitted by jaurlv5 on 27. February 2018 - 21:40.

    Massive hit in my house Love

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  • Should also be called an apple pie cake....

    Submitted by davensaz on 17. August 2017 - 17:33.

    Should also be called an apple pie cake. Absolutely delicious! I heated the eggs and sugar to 37°C before adding the melted butter and had no issue with a spliting mixture. I didn't feel guilty eating this with all the apple 🤣so it's definitely a keeper, thank you.

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  • Really nice dessert cake, thanks

    Submitted by AntheaS on 27. July 2017 - 18:50.

    Really nice dessert cake, thanks

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  • Turned out fantastic.

    Submitted by Martynfi on 15. July 2017 - 22:19.

    Turned out fantastic.

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  • I made this today for my husbands birthday very...

    Submitted by DaniDuff on 25. June 2017 - 23:57.

    I made this today for my husbands birthday.. very last minute as we had guests coming over. It was delicious and so easy, I'll definitely make it again, yum!

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  • Awesome recipe, so simple and the 'cake' was...

    Submitted by CasMcM on 15. January 2017 - 19:47.

    Awesome recipe, so simple and the 'cake' was delicious! Thank you

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  • YUM YUM YUM!! 

    Submitted by jaynejosalijac on 11. October 2016 - 08:57.

    YUM YUM YUM!! 

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  • Super yummy and super easy! 

    Submitted by amber_jacq on 12. September 2016 - 12:38.

    Super yummy and super easy!  I made it as a half recipe and popped it in a loaf tin instead because I just wanted a small cake for afternoon tea - it was demolished!  Thanks for the recipe tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Beyond amazing!! Super

    Submitted by Mjay510 on 26. July 2016 - 22:22.

    Beyond amazing!! Super delicious, I highly recommend this

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  • I can't remember if I have

    Submitted by alicia3766 on 19. May 2016 - 22:36.

    I can't remember if I have left a comment on here but I thought it would be worthwhile doing it again because this is the most amazing cake I have ever eaten! It's not your typical cake but being a huge custard lover this is right up my alley!

    Everyone needs to try this cake, as long as you don't expect a traditional style cake, you won't be dissapointed!

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  • Unusual texture, but very

    Submitted by Tana64 on 11. May 2016 - 13:01.

    Unusual texture, but very tasty!

    As other commenters have noted, this recipe produces a very dense, crumbly, moist 'cake' that reminded me of dense souffle with a very buttery (see 'wet and shiny') base. It was beautifully custardy, appley, and cinnamony, though, and went well with extra custard! A lovely dessert for winter, but not very cakey - more like pudding. Next time, I'll reduce the amount of butter, as we had to blot it off the base with paper towel. Perhaps next time, we'll split it into individual ramekins, as moving it from baking tin to cooling rack to serving plate was...messy. I don't recommend using a bundt tin!

    The finished product, minus a slice... The finished product, minus a slice...

    ---Tana64


    "There is no love more sincere than the love of food." - George Bernard Shaw


     

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  • To clear up some confusion

    Submitted by PinkSwan on 21. January 2016 - 15:17.

    To clear up some confusion from previous posts if you cook this expecting a traditional cake you may well be confused by the result - it is actually a clafouti/clafoutis - hence the texture!

    As far as the result went it was a hit with my family served warm with cream - the more traditional way of eating such a dessert.  tmrc_emoticons.-)

     

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  • Personally I wasn't impressed

    Submitted by ThermoDelight on 21. December 2015 - 13:01.

    Personally I wasn't impressed with this dessert. Too sweet and didnt understand the fuss over it. Others said they enjoyed it but they certainly didnt rave about of ask for recipe. SorryGentle stir setting

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  • So delicious! And very easy.

    Submitted by Penpen14 on 30. November 2015 - 23:31.

    So delicious! And very easy. Thank you for a great recipe. 

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  • Oh my!!! Made today! Insanely

    Submitted by surfergal on 1. August 2015 - 16:41.

    Oh my!!! Made today! Insanely delicious!!! Such a handy recipe as all ingredients are pantry staples! This will be a regular! Thanks for sharing!!! 

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  • This was really tasty but was

    Submitted by paulanmichael on 7. July 2015 - 19:22.

    This was really tasty but was very buttery and even though there was 2 eggs it did taste a like there were more than 2 eggs

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  • Wondering if there has been

    Submitted by Simoneduclos on 20. June 2015 - 09:48.

    Wondering if there has been some change to this recipe or if weather affects it as mine also split, was very thin also not like in the pic. Will attempt again due to previous reviews.

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  • Even though my son loved the

    Submitted by ajreilly on 25. May 2015 - 13:15.

    Even though my son loved the taste of this, it was oozing butter, was flat and stodgy. I dont understand what I did wrong as I followed the directions. I am going to try it again today, to see if it was just me. 

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  • First attempt split so I did

    Submitted by djcronulla on 23. May 2015 - 16:30.

    First attempt split so I did have butter oozing at base even though like others I had reduced quantity.  Taste lovely although stodgy with limited rise.    I will attempt again as there are so many amazing results with this recipe.   I would like to get the 'cake' result though.  It should be lovely.  

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  • so yummy! Absolutely perfect,

    Submitted by Special J on 21. May 2015 - 19:13.

    so yummy! Absolutely perfect, I think next time I'll cut the apple pieces up smaller. Kids didn't like the look of it but happily came back for 2nds and 3rds. Was fantastic hot with ice cream.

    i used a slice tin and cooked for 30 mins and it was perfect. 

    highly recommend, quick easy and really yummy.

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  • This was a delicious cake

    Submitted by Jody3166 on 19. May 2015 - 20:52.

    This was a delicious cake fantastic as dessert with double thick cream or hot with a scoop of good vanilla bean ice cream. My husband loved it. So did the kids!!!!!

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  • A really yummy treat! I made

    Submitted by chellebelle11 on 11. May 2015 - 21:22.

    A really yummy treat! I made it for Mother's day....it didn't last! It was eaten the night before it was so good  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I have a son who is coeliac

    Submitted by tracym on 11. May 2015 - 12:53.

    I have a son who is coeliac so replaced the flour with a gluten free option. It did seem to take longer to cook as it was difficult to tell when it was cooked. Served it warm with cream and was delicious.

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  • If I could give this 10 stars

    Submitted by superquilter55 on 9. May 2015 - 20:58.

    If I could give this 10 stars I would. I reduced sugar to 150g as I was using gala apples. Was a little difficult to tell if it was cooked as the bottom is a little gooey. My family thought this was at the top of the list of good things to come out of the TM. Wasn't that big so would definitely double the recipe if having as a dessert for a special dinner.  Would cut down on butter next time as it seeped out of the tin. 

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  • A lovely dessert! The sweet

    Submitted by chellebelle11 on 9. May 2015 - 18:50.

    A lovely dessert! The sweet tooth of the family had 3 slices straight away. Definitely something to make again. 

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  • What an amazing dessert! The

    Submitted by Niki-Nik on 6. May 2015 - 18:02.

    What an amazing dessert! The look of it didn't do it justice. My husband and I absolutely loved it!

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  • Delicious but have an oven

    Submitted by Michele S on 23. April 2015 - 23:34.

    Delicious but have an oven temperature query.

    This cake tasted delicious and was completely demolished in one sitting, despite being somewhat undercooked and not looking its best. I have had a request to cook the cake again on Anzac Day and would like to know whether the temperature is for a fan-forced oven or not. Thank you.

    Michele.S

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  • delicious recipe. Will

    Submitted by phallett on 12. April 2015 - 20:50.

    delicious recipe. Will definitely make this again.

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  • A little concerned as the

    Submitted by Kaz 66 on 21. March 2015 - 16:20.

    A little concerned as the power went out for awhile while in oven. It still seamed to turn out great and tasted yummy. Will cut back on butter next time as it seeped out but that could of been  becauce of power cut! Will definitely be making again!

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  • I had high expectations after

    Submitted by AmeliaT on 20. March 2015 - 18:58.

    I had high expectations after the comments and ratings, and was a little worried when I poured my 'mixture' into the tin as it seemed like it was all apples with a bit of batter covering it! (Which is not bad because it seemed quite healthy!)

    But it was just AMAZING!! I think it'll by one of my all time fav Thermomix cakes tmrc_emoticons.) Thanks so much for the recipe!

    I also cut down butter (100g) and sugar (190g)

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  • This cake is absolutely

    Submitted by Jess_Ryan on 11. February 2015 - 20:08.

    This cake is absolutely amazing! The yummiest cake I think I have ever made. So moist and flavoursome tmrc_emoticons.) Was a huge hit with everyone who tried it tmrc_emoticons.) Thanks for the recipe.

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  • Absolutely DIVINE!!! I had a

    Submitted by Cozzy on 20. January 2015 - 00:23.

    Absolutely DIVINE!!! I had a feeling this was a good one, we were invited out so I thought I would make this cake. Massive hit... Even the men liked it!!! This group is not huge on dessert.

    I think this is the quality of a cafe cake. Love it... Thanks for sharing, I'll be making this often. Definitely use Pink Lady apples, makes it very special

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  • Just made this for dessert

    Submitted by terri_78 on 12. December 2014 - 20:01.

    Just made this for dessert and served it with custard. Oh lordy it was divine. Love cakes with apple in them. This will be a family favourite! Thanks for posting  Big Smile

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  • Like everyone else, I love

    Submitted by korrick on 24. November 2014 - 23:25.

    Like everyone else, I love this recipe. I also reduced sugar to 190g and butter to 100g and placed foil on top after 40 mins. i used 4 quite large Granny Smith and the sweetness was just right.  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Very nice.  We had it at room

    Submitted by MrsJ on 20. November 2014 - 14:38.

    Very nice.  We had it at room temperature I would like to try it hot next time.

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  • Reduced the sugar too, its

    Submitted by ThermiNats on 6. November 2014 - 23:51.

    Reduced the sugar too, its beautiful and a great quantity of fresh fruit per serve - I'm packing it as a school lunch treat.

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  • Love it!

    Submitted by AWNW on 2. November 2014 - 15:54.

    tmrc_emoticons.)

    Love it!

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    Submitted by AWNW on 2. November 2014 - 15:54.

    tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I made this dairy free with

    Submitted by Eloise_au on 20. October 2014 - 07:02.

    I made this dairy free with Nuttelex and rice milk - still turned out well. Thanks!

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  • Delicious desert. My husband

    Submitted by Maida on 25. September 2014 - 20:14.

    Delicious desert. My husband ate two pieces before I could blink. I will reduce the sugar further to 190 g and butter to 100g. I used 4 small Granny Smiths. Love  

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  • Made this for Father's Day,

    Submitted by Suellen39 on 22. September 2014 - 11:59.

    Made this for Father's Day, it was inhaled! 

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  • Absolutely Scrumptious!!!My

    Submitted by Pelayia on 24. August 2014 - 12:01.

    Absolutely Scrumptious!!!My 12 year old daugher has now perfected this recipe. A hit for the whole family. Thank you for sharing such an amazing recipe. We have all become chefs thanks to our thermomix tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • OMG, this is a beautiful

    Submitted by JakiO on 7. August 2014 - 20:01.

    OMG, this is a beautiful cake/dessert and looks divine dusted with icing sugar and served with double cream...I needed to cook mine for an extra 10 minutes but got the beautiful, gooey caramelised edge!

    I dropped the sugar to 200g and butter to 100g and it was perfect. The foil on top after 40minutes IS A MUST!

    Sensational dessert recipe, a keeper for sure! Cooking 7

    Would also be great substituted with apricots or peaches etc

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  • Fantastic recipe! Excellent

    Submitted by zephyr137 on 4. August 2014 - 13:45.

    Fantastic recipe! Excellent texture and flavour. Great warm and cold. And easy to boot!! Winner!!! ☺ As suggested in comments, I also reduced the sugar and placed foil on the top after 40 minutes.

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  • Have just made this for the

    Submitted by Nana107 on 26. July 2014 - 20:44.

    Have just made this for the second time and both times the mixture has split.  I put the apples in before I realised.  What might I be doing wrong.  I was extra careful re timings and measurements the second time around.  I decided to cook it anyway the first time around and even though the texture was stodgy, the flavour was delicious.  I am using the vanilla bean paste instead of extract, and reduced fat milk.

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  • yummy - loved it

    Submitted by Hightower on 26. July 2014 - 20:13.

    yummy - loved it

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  • We loved this cake, it was so

    Submitted by Pinkbellee on 19. July 2014 - 14:42.

    We loved this cake, it was so moist and just more-ish!  We served with TM vanilla custard from EDC and it made a great dessert. Stayed fresh for several days too. 

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