Bramley Apple Cake Recipe

Bramley Apple Cake Recipe
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TIME TO PREPARE

STORAGE
Keep refrigerated for optimum freshness.
Vegetarian

There are few people on this planet who don't revel in the smell and mouth-watering taste of a good Apple dessert. Moist, filling and with the sweet expanding taste of cinnamon makes this cake recipe key for satisfying that indulgent side when your sweet tooth starts to tingle. The key to this recipe is making sure there is more Apple then cake! When you spoon in the cake mixture you'll be surprised at how much apple there is compared to mixture. Some maybe thinking that this sweet Apple treat will be a sugar overload – but - the fact that it is made with Coconut Sugar only gives it a luxurious malty taste with reduced a low GI factor. A sultry apple pie taste in the conservative form of a cake.

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Ingredients

Equipment
  • Knife
  • Chopping Board
  • Oven
  • Glass Bowl
  • Whisk
  • Fork
  • Baking Tin

Method
  1. Preheat the oven to 180°C
  2. Peel, chop, de-core and roughly chop Apples
  3. Whisk the oil, Coconut Sugar, Cinnamon and Eggs together
  4. Stir in the apples with a fork and coat them with the mixture
  5. Mix in the dry ingredients
  6. Put mix into greased cake tin
  7. Bake for about 35- 40 minutes
  8. It is a delicously moist cake, so it doesn't need a topping, but a cream cheese topping does make it extra special
Variations

There a few different types of flour you could try using with this recipe like a mix of plain flour with Coconut Flour. Also you could try using Coconut Oil instead of convential cooking oils for a healthier option.

Benefits

The great thing about this Apple cake recipe is that it uses Coconut Sugar rather than normal white sugar. The benefit of Coconut Sugar other than its low GI content is that it is also a source of zinc, iron, inulin and antioxidants contributing to your mineral intake and keeping nasty free radicals in check. This is a dessert so you can expect it to be a little indugent but without the empty calories of plain white sugar.  

20 May 2015 - 3:09pm