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Easy Dutch apple cake recipe

Easy Dutch apple cake recipe

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Make this apple cake in autumn when local apples are at their best. A light sponge cake is topped with apples, sugar and cinnamon before being baked to perfection.

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IngredientsServes: 15

  • 100g butter
  • 200g caster sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 190g plain flour
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 175ml milk
  • 2 apples - peeled, cored and each cut into eight wedges
  • 4 tablespoons caster sugar
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

MethodPrep:15min ›Cook:50min ›Ready in:1hr5min

  1. Sieve flour with baking powder and salt. Set aside.
  2. Cream together butter and 200g sugar until light. Beat in egg and vanilla until fluffy. Add flour mix alternately with milk, beginning and ending with the flour mix.
  3. Spread the cake mixture into a greased 18x28cm or similar sized baking tin. Gently press apple wedges into cake in rows. Sprinkle with 4 tablespoons sugar and cinnamon.
  4. Bake at 180 C / Gas 4 for 50 to 60 minutes or until apples are tender and cake tests done.

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Reviews in English (62)

Excellent cake, made it for colleagues and they loved it, really easy-07 Nov 2012

Gorgeous, moist with a slight crunch on top. Love it!-31 Aug 2014

Looked simple and it is, but with great results worried about the tablespoon of baking powder but it is needed. I also popped in a bit of cinnamon to the cake mixture. This is a simple very delicious cake!! Will be baking this again!!-03 Apr 2015


French Apple Cake

The summer after my junior year in college, I worked in Paris as an au pair for a family with three little boys. My host mother, Valerie, was a pharmacist by day and bon vivant by night. She was always entertaining and would frequently enlist my help in the kitchen once the kids were in bed. Baking was her specialty and I can still picture her standing over the sink, coring and peeling apples for her French apple cake.

I didn’t think to get her recipe back then, but this cake made with chunks of sweet apples nestled in a tender, buttery rum cake is pretty close to what I remember. Like so many French home baking recipes, it is the essence of simplicity.


Apple Pie Recipe

Adding a tasty Dutch apple pie recipe to your menu can be the perfect way to welcome friends over. If you are more adventurous, you might even want to try an apple pie recipe filled with other fruits or cheeses instead of just the apple pie. The best thing about this dessert is you can be as creative as you want to be with it. If you are feeling creative, why not try a strawberry and blueberry pie?

A Dutch apple pie recipe is a very easy dessert to prepare because it is so versatile. You can start with a traditional apple pie recipe that usually has a sweet crumb topping and then spice it up with the Dutch apple crisp ingredient that is included in this delicious dessert. Traditionally, this pie dish was filled with streusel, which is basically just ground nuts or spices. You can use pretty much anything to create the streusel that goes into this dessert. Some people like to use shredded pecans, whereas others like to use pec paper. Either way, it will certainly add a nice texture to the dessert.

Traditionally, the recipe would also include an apple crumble topping. If you do not have streusel, you can simply use apple chunks for the top crust. When preparing the fruit chunks, just ensure that they are fresh, and you don’t cut them too small. If you have a strong apple smell from the mixture, chances are your apples are going to smell as strong or even stronger than they should.

Best Apple Pie Recipe

The next step is to simply add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients. The wet ingredients that are going to be used here include: butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, and apple juice. You do not have to make a fool of yourself and try and make this dessert with only the wet ingredients, because you can always add the dry ones at a later stage if the mixture seems to be too wet for too long.

The next step to make the best Dutch apple pie recipe is to mix the wet ingredients together until the ingredients are fully combined and the dry ingredients are completely blended. Then you simply have to spoon the batter into the pre-heated oven and cook it for the recommended time limit which should be about 180 degrees. After the recommended baking time, you can switch the cooking method and bake the apple pie in the general baking pan that you have constructed earlier. At the end, you need to release liquid from the apples through a drip tray and let it cool before serving. By following these simple steps, you should be able to make an excellent apple pie.

Apple Pie Filling Recipe

How to make apple pie filling recipe at home? You have heard that as simple as apple pie, that this recipe is just that: apples sliced and peeled and simply added into a hot, boiling pan with some cinnamon and a little bit of sugar. Once slightly soft, sprinkle some of cornstarch on top to thicken it up. When the apples are softened, add to the mixture a bit of butter and then some more of the sugar, making sure and keep the mixture hot. Once the mixture is hot, just add to the mixture a whole bunch of raisins and you have an apple pie filling recipe that you can be proud of. If you are feeling a little less confident, you can always beat it up with some canned or fresh fruit pieces.

Another great idea for your apple pie filling recipe is to add to the mix some ginger ale, some lemon juice and then fold in a whole bunch of raisins. This will give it a fun and sweet twist. Add to this mixture a little bit of canned or fresh cranberries and you have a homemade recipe that is sure to delight any dessert lover! These additions are cheap and very simple to make.

If you do not want to use real food to create your homemade apple pie filling recipe, there are a lot of recipes that use powdered or granulated sugar. Simply substitute the granulated sugar with brown or dark brown sugar. And why not spruce up that pie by adding a layer of nutmeg on the crust? An apple pie filling recipe can be as simple or as elaborate as you want it to be.


500g Golden Delicious apples

Preheat oven to 180 degrees. Grease a 22-centimetre round cake tin.

Beat butter and sugar with an electric mixer until the mixture is light and fluffy. Beat in eggs, one at a time. Sieve flour into mixture and fold in thoroughly. The mixture will be quite stiff.

Peel, core and quarter apples, then slice them thinly.

Spread half the mixture in the bottom of the cake tin and cover with half the sliced apple. Cover with the rest of the mixture and arrange the remaining apple in a wheel pattern over the top.

Mix cinnamon and white sugar then sprinkle over the apple.

Place in the centre of the oven and bake for 35 minutes.

To check if it's ready, insert a skewer in the centre it should come out clean.


Dutch Baby Recipe? Really?

The recipe above is based off an authentic German Pfannkuchen (pancake) recipe but is also known as ਍utch baby pancake, Bismarck, Dutch puff, puffed apple pancake, caramelized apple soufflé pancake . All interesting names for a wonderful dish!

For us, it's our Apfelpfannkuchen

German Apple Pancake. Whatever you call it, it's scrumptious! You'll find the center isn't fluffy, rather more custardy/or egg-y. Absolutely wunderbar!


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Spray dutch over with cooking spray first for easy cleanup.

Dump (hence the name of the recipe) the apple pie filling in a 12" Dutch oven (use one can for a 10" Dutch oven).

Dump the cake mix over the pie filling and gently spread evenly (do not mix).

Slice the butter space out evenly over the cake mix.

Bake at 350 for about an 1 hour. You'll know it's done when you smell the wonderful aroma of the apple and the cake mix.


Dutch Apple Cake

**To make this fruit sweetener, mix together 1/8 cup frozen apple juice concentrate (thawed) and 1/8 cup granulated fructose.

  1. Combine fruit sweetener and apple butter. Beat in egg.
  2. Combine flour, baking powder, and salt. Blend into creamed mixture.
  3. Fold in apples and nuts.
  4. Pour into 8" x 8" pan which has been sprayed with non-stiock coating. Bake for 15-20 minutes at 325°.

Recipe Yield: Prep Time: 20 Minutes - Cost: Easy Dutch apple cake recipe - Recipes,[nobr][H1toH2]`Servings: 12 - Difficulty Level: 2


Dutch Apple Snack Cake

I wanted to make something simple today. Something with the apples and bananas I had left on my counter, but didn’t want to get into big, long complicated recipe. I was thumbing through a cookbook I recently received in the mail and found a Dutch Apple Cake that look easily adaptable.

The book is titled The Dead Celebrity Cookbook and in its pages I found a recipe for Gilda Radner’s Dutch Apple Cake. I have fond memories of watching Gilda Radner on Saturday Night Live before her tragic death in 1989. She was one of the original cast members of SNL, known as the Not Ready For Prime Time Players.

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I loved her humor and wit, and her characters! Two of my favorites were Emily Litella and Roseanne Roseannadanna. She had me in stitches every week along with her co-stars Chevy Chase, John Belushi, Garrett Morris, Dan Aykroyd, Jane Curtin, and Laraine Newman. So many stars have been born from SNL over the years, so many that became my favorites. Gilda Radner died in 1989 of ovarian cancer. It was a sad and tragic loss for the comedic world.

When I found Gilda’s recipe, I knew I had to make it and couldn’t get Emily Litella’s famous line “Never mind!” out of my head. Ha ha!

Gilda’s recipe called for 2 sticks of butter. I really wanted to use up the bananas I had and knew you could sub them in for butter, so I used 2 bananas for one stick of the butter. Her recipe called for milk, but I was out. I swear we need our own cow in the backyard the way we go through milk! So I used buttermilk and cut the butter in the batter down by one tablespoon. There were no spices in the cake batter at all, and I’m sorry, Gilda fan or not, that just wouldn’t do! I added cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice.

After you make the batter, you’ll add it to the pan and then line the top of the batter with sliced apples. I used a [amazon_link target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]mandolin[/amazon_link] to get my apples nice and thin.

Then you’ll sprinkle the apples with the cinnamon brown sugar and dot it with butter before baking in the oven.

This cake is really easy to put together and yields chewy, caramel-like edges with soft chewy apples on top. The spices smell amazing while baking and there’s just the right amount of banana flavor in the cake. Perfect warm on its own, with some whipped cream or if you’re feeling indulgent, some vanilla ice cream. Enjoy!


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Dutch Oven Apple Cinnamon Cake Recipe

This is super easy to make with a muffin or cake mix. I picked up an Apple Cinnamon Muffin Mix at Aldi.

We mixed the ingredients in a plastic bowl before placing into the dutch oven, but you could mix the cake right in the foil too.

This is what the mixed cake batter looked like.

Our cake mix came with some crumb topping, which I sprinkled on top.

The cake is baked for 20-28 minutes depending on your heat. We usually use our noses to know when to test for doneness. We could really smell a strong baking smell and when we pulled it out at 25 minutes it was burned along the bottom! Too much heat on the bottom. We still devoured it. It was moist and yummy.

The dutch oven we used has a 10 stamped on it. Last summer we used a 12 and really had issues with getting things to cook. We have joined custody of these dutch ovens with some friends of ours, but I would recommend a 10 for anyone who wants to buy one. Dutch oven recipes can also be done in the regular oven! Have you ever used a dutch oven? What is your favorite recipe?


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