Saturday, March 10, 2012

Toffee Apple Cake

This is perfect for the weekend or any day and is very easy and quick to make.

25cm Spring Form cake tin, Greased and lined on the bottom.
Oven: 180 fan.

175g really soft butter.
175g light brown sugar.
175g plain flour,
1tsb baking powder.
4 eggs.

Put all the ingredients into a food mixer and mix until well combined.
2-3 apples, peeled, cored and cut into wedges.
50g very dark brown sugar.

Place the apple wedges in the base of the tin and sprinkle on the dark brown sugar.
Pour the sponge mixture over the apples and spread out to cover the apples.

Place in the oven and cook for 40-45 minutes until golden brown and shrinking away from the side of the tin.
Cool in the tin for 10 minutes.
The open the spring on the tin and carefully turn the cake over onto a cooling rack, the bottom is now the top.

This is lovely served warm with ice cream or custard.



  1. Oooh I could just eat a slice of that now, it looks divine!

    1. Sorry Anne there is none left. It got wiped out

  2. That looks delicious, and it sounds so easy to make too.

    1. Hi Jo, It is very easy to make and totally delicious.

  3. this is making me drool....also your blog title has got the "who took the cookie from the cookie jar" song in my head!

  4. That looks really good - I think it would make a great Sunday lunch pudding.

  5. Hi Jennifer.
    It makes a great pudding served with lots of custard.

  6. Wow! This looks delicious. I really love French Apple Tart so I imagine I would really love this!

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    I love your blog (I have a terrible addiction to cookie cutters and sweet treats!) and this recipe looks delicious!