Apple Crumble Cake

Granny Smith apples are everywhere, and very cheap these days.

One thing I love to make with these apples are cakes and pies.

This cake is deliciously moist, with two surprises..

A soft delicious layer of almost stewed-like apples at the bottom.. and a crumble layer up the top.

Easy, peasy to make..

For the cake batter:

1.5 cups self raising flour

2 eggs

3/4 cup oil

1 cup brown sugar

1.5-2 tsp cinnamon powder

vanilla flavouring (about 2 tablespoons of vanilla sugar)

1/2 cup plain yogyurt

  • We all know how to make cake batter 🙂 so wont explain here.

For the apple layer:

1.5 large granny smith apples (more or less depending on the size of your tin)

2 Tablespoons of sugar

Dusting of cinnamon

Some  butter for greasing the tin.

  • Slice the apples into 0.5 cm slices and toss in sugar and cinnamon.
  • Grease your tray well with butter after lining with baking paper.
  • Arrange your apple slices at the bottom and sides (optional) of the tin.
  • Pour the cake batter on top.

For the crumble layer:

3 tablespoons plain flour

2 tablespoons brown sugar

1.5 tablespoons unsalted butter (room temp)

Sprinkling of cinnamon

  • Mix everything together, rubbing together with your fingertips to create crumbs.
  • Sprinkle evenly ontop of cake batter.
  • Bake in a preheated 180 deg oven until cooked through and crumles is nice and golden
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3 thoughts on “Apple Crumble Cake

  1. Love apple cake. I used to use a different recipe but havent made it in a ges. Will try this tomorrow insha’Allah.

  2. Pingback: in my studio | food . design . life | apple crumble cake with vanilla custard

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