One Bowl Apple Cake
‘A hand-mixed apple cake that’s easy to make and delicious—everyone can make it!’
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There are only a few things in life more fun than baking, and the result is always rewarding! However, no one likes to end up with a bunch of dirty plates to wash afterward. That’s why one bowl cakes are lifesavers!
If you want to make a cake without using half of your kitchen’s bowls, here’s the perfect one bowl apple cake recipe!
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One Bowl Apple Cake
- 4 large apples
- 4 eggs
- 7 oz. sugar (200 g)
- 2 tbsp. light brown sugar (demerara)
- 10 oz. self-rising flour (280 g)
- 1 cup oil
- 1 tsp. cinnamon
- A pinch of salt
- 3½ oz. walnut nibs (100 g)
- 1½ oz. raisins (50 g)
- Here’s how to make the easiest one bowl apple cake:
- Preheat your oven to 350°F (180°C) for 10 minutes while you prepare the ingredients.
- Peel your apples, then dice them into small cubes and drop them into a medium-sized bowl. Make sure to choose a sharp, small knife for peeling the apples, or else you’ll chip away at the fruit.
- Add the brown sugar and stir the apples well to get them covered in the sugar.
- In a separate bowl, add the eggs and ¾ cup of sugar. Whisk them using a fork until the eggs are beaten. You can use a whisker instead if you prefer, but there’s no need for it. A fork is easier and more accessible.
- Drop the apples on top of the mixture, along with oil, flour, and cinnamon. Then, stir the mixture well using a spoon.
- Prepare your baking pan by covering it with a thin layer of oil. Then, drop your cake mixture into the pan and smooth it out.
- Top the cake with some walnut nibs, raisins, and ¼ a cup of sugar for decoration purposes.
- Bake the cake for around 45 minutes or until it’s golden. You can make sure it’s done by inserting a toothpick into it. If it comes out clean, then it’s ready. If it comes out moist, then it needs a couple more minutes in the oven.
- You’ll notice that the batter is hard to mix, and that’s normal considering it has pieces of apple. If you can’t mix it using a spoon, you can use the mixer instead, but make sure the speed is low enough not to crush the apples.
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