Hello everyone! It has been a while since I posted anything. Today, I am presenting to you my latest cake idea: apple cake
The recipe is pretty straight-forward and can be made relatively quickly. It’s quite a moist cake and the apples help to keep it light too.
In the picture above, I have used a standard store-bought mixture of applesauce and ground carrots. The second ingredient in this recipe is going to be confectioners’ sugar, due for its ability to help baked goods rise. Also included are some walnuts, which give the cake an extra crunchy texture as well as some added flavour (I really love the taste of walnuts). For topping purposes, I decided to go with pecans (not pictured). Pecan nuts are delicious but at times tend to get overly oily and make your food taste like they came from a greasy spoon rather than a bakery!
- 1/2 cup canola oil
- 2 cups all-purpose flour
- 4 eggs
- 8 cup peeled and sliced cooking apple
- 1 tbsp vanilla extract
- 2 tbsp sugar
Apple Cake is an American dessert made from apples and sugar. It’s typically served at Thanksgiving, but if you can find it in your local grocery store year-round, you should try making this delicious treat for yourself!
- 1 cup of brown sugar (or white)
- 2 eggs
- 1 cup oil (you could use olive oil for extra health benefits) * 3 cups flour * 1 tsp baking powder * 1 tsp salt * 2 cups grated carrots
The prep time is the time it takes to mix the ingredients together, bake the cake and cool it. This is the most important part of making a cake because if you don’t take enough time on this step, your end result will not be as good as possible. Make sure that you have all necessary tools before starting this process so that nothing gets lost or broken along the way!
The cooking time is dependent on the size of the pan. If you are using a 9×13 inch pan, it will take about 15 minutes to cook your cake. However, if you have an 8×8 inch pan and only fill it half way with water, then cooking time will be around 20 minutes. This is because when heated over high heat for more than just a couple minutes at once—especially if there’s too much moisture content in your batter (like when using eggs or other wet ingredients)—you’ll end up with soggy bottoms that won’t rise properly or brown evenly throughout.
Frozen cake can be stored in the freezer for up to 3 months. To thaw, place the cake in a microwave-safe bowl and cover with water by several inches (so that no ice forms on top). Microwave on defrost setting 30 seconds at a time until desired consistency has been reached—usually around 30 seconds will do it. This method also works well for homemade pies that have been frozen before baking.
- The freezing time is usually shorter than you think: Most frozen cakes take about 25 minutes to thaw completely out of their packaging, but some require longer than others! Be sure to check for doneness when testing your cake; if it seems too hot or runny then remove from heat immediately after removing from oven so as not to ruin its texture when slicing into slices.*
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (180 C). Grease and flour two 8-inch round cake pans.
- In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt; set aside.
- In the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment cream together butter until smooth then add in sugar until light in color (about 3-5 minutes). Add eggs one at a time mixing well between each addition before adding another egg. Mix on low speed for 30 seconds after each addition then turn up speed to high for about 2 minutes until smooth batter has formed without any small lumps remaining
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Butter and flour a 9×9 inch cake pan, then set aside until needed.
- In a mixing bowl combine all ingredients except for the frosting and beat on medium speed until well mixed, about 2 minutes (or by hand if you prefer). Let cool completely before frosting
This recipe makes a hearty cake that is sure to please your family
This recipe makes a hearty cake that is sure to please your family. It’s easy to make, and can be made in a variety of sizes depending on how many people you’re serving.
This recipe is also great for using up leftover apples!
Chapter three: Takeaways
A little birdie told me that the cake was delicious. I mean, really delicious. The only thing better than a delicious cake is an excellent cake. And I can confidently say that this recipe puts it all together very well. If you make this cake, then you will find yourself in a place of happiness and joy with your family and friends as you celebrate the upcoming holidays (of course, if you’re already there). This cake has a colorful appearance, appealing aroma & taste and is also very easy to make; It’s bound to be a hit at your party! Make sure to bring out many slices for dessert or just eat one slice at least! Also don’t forget how important it is to buy the most fresh ingredients when preparing food for those who matter the most! Happy Thanksgiving!