Easy Moist Apple Cake

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Easy Moist Apple Cake: There is nothing as comforting as a home-baked apple cake. This easy, super moist apple cake recipe is packed with fresh apples, cosy spices and a crunchy crumble topping. It is irresistibly good!

 

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Easy Moist Apple Cake

 

  • First things first, let’s talk about the most important thing of all: apples!
  • When baking apple cakes (or pies), it is essential to guarantee that you use the appropriate variety of apples
  • which are commonly referred to as “baking apples.” This is due to the fact that the type of apple can have a major impact on the flavour and texture of the finished result. The selection of baking apples is based on the following factors
  • In terms of texture and structure, baked apples are often more firm and are able to maintain their shape significantly better. It is because of this that the apple slices or pieces that are included in your cake (or other desserts) will not get mushy and will instead retain some texture.
  • Apples with a softer texture, such as Red Delicious or Golden Delicious, have the potential to become overly soft and watery when baked, and nobody wants a pie or cake that is watery!
  • Baking apples have a flavour profile that is typically more well-balanced than other types of apples. When compared to the sweetness of the sugar and the other components in the dish,
  • they typically have a little sour or sour flavour, which works well as a contrast.
  • Honeycrisp apples, Granny Smith apples, Jonagold apples, Braeburn apples, and Royal Gala apples are just few of the varieties of apples that are commonly used for baking.
  • For the purpose of this recipe, I will be utilising three Royal Gala apples (because that is the sort of apple that I had available), but any apple variety that is not overly soft would be suitable.

 

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The Best Way to Make Apple Cake

  • Set the oven’s fan to 160 °C (320 °F) and grease or line a 9-inch springform pan. I use my homemade cake release to grease my pan. If your oven doesn’t have a fan setting, you will need to raise the temperature to 175°C (350°F) for baking.
  • Get rid of all the peels. Cut two of the apples in half and remove the cores. Then, cut them into thin slices that are about 2 to 3 mm thick. Use the largest holes on your grater to grate the last apple (see note 2), then set it away to use in the cake batter later in the recipe.

 

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Apple Topping Cut Up

  1. Mix cinnamon and soft brown sugar in a bowl. First mix it well, and then add the apple slices. Make sure to mix the sugar and cinnamon mixture well so that it covers all of the apples. After that, put it away. Crumble (Topping with Streusel)
  2. Soft brown sugar, white powdered sugar, flour, salt, and cinnamon should all be mixed together in a bowl. Mix everything together well.
  3. After that, add the melting butter and mix everything together well. To make sure everything is well mixed, I like to use my fingers at the end. If the crumble doesn’t look like coarse, thick pieces, see note 3. Leave alone for now.
  4. cake with apples
  5. Baking Mix
  6. Put the salt, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, nutmeg, baking powder, baking soda, and flour through a sieve.
  7. Add everything together with a whisk and set it away.
  8. Soft brown sugar, eggs, vegetable oil, Greek yoghurt, and vanilla should all be mixed together in a big bowl. Mix the ingredients with a whisk until they are smooth and there are no more lumps.
  9. Add the chopped apple from earlier, along with any juice that has come out of it. Then, use a spatula to fold it into the wet mixture until it’s well mixed.
  10. Finally, add the sifted dry ingredients to the wet mixture and fold them in just until they are everything is mixed together. Only fold the batter until you can’t see any more flour streaks in it. Do not mix it too much.
  11. Put the cake batter into the cake pan with a springform. If there are any big air bubbles, drop the cake pan lightly on the counter once to get rid of them.
  12. Spread the sliced apples out evenly on top of the cake batter. Throw away any apple juice that has collected at the bottom of the bowl.
  13. Spread the crumble out evenly on top of the apples to finish. You should use all of that crumble, even if it looks like a lot.
  14. Place in the oven and bake for 45 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean. No wet batter should be on the stick, but it’s okay if there is some apple juice or cinnamon on it
  15. Wait 10 minutes for it to cool in the cake pan before taking the sides off of the springform cake pan. Put it on a serving pan or cake stand and let it cool for another 20 minutes. This can be served warm, which is how I like mine. There’s no need to let it cool all the way down.

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