Apple and cinnamon are a match made in heaven. Put those two together in a cake and you have a delicious, sugary, warm cake. Apple pie cake is perfect with coffee or with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, or you can simply have it on its own when you’re craving something sweet. The recipe is super simple to make using Multo® by CookingPal®, which comes with all the tools you’ll need for mixing the ingredients and making the batter.
How to make apple-pie cake with Multo® by CookingPal®?
1. Make the batter.
Making the batter right is important to ensure you get a fluffy cake in the end. To make this easier, Multo helps you mix all your ingredients evenly. The blade at the bottom helps break the flour lumps so it gets mixed into the batter and all the ingredients get incorporated together properly.
2. Shape the batter.
Once you have made your batter, prepare a springform pan by lining it with parchment paper and oil. Then, with a spatula, scrape down the batter from the mixing bowl and shape it properly into the springform tin you prepared earlier.
3. Arrange the apple slices and bake.
Peel the apples and cut them into thin slices. Then arrange these slices on top of the batter and bake. This gives you a crunchy topping, with juicy apples once you bite in.
Cooking tips and tricks
Make sure you sift the dry ingredients before making the batter so your batter isn’t lumpy.
Make sure your baking powder hasn’t expired or your cake won’t rise properly.
It’s best to use crispy hard apples so they have a little bite to them after being baked.
What are the variations of this apple cake?
While this cake is perfect on its own, here are some variations you can try to make it more suited for your tastes:
Gluten-free version: You can make a gluten-free version of the cake by simply replacing the flour with almond flour or coconut flour if you like.
No-cinnamon version: if you’re not big on cinnamon, you can make this recipe using ginger, mace, or nutmeg. Nutmeg has a very nice subtle spice to it that enhances the taste of apples without being too much. Add a little at a time and taste the batter to adjust it according to your liking.
You can also top it with a simple sugar-vanilla frosting to amp up the flavor.
How to store the cake?
You’ll want to finish this cake soon but if you have to store it:
Since this cake is very moist, it can be stored in an airtight container in a cool place for 2 to 3 days at room temperature, or in the fridge for up to 5 days.
In warm climates, it is better to store the cake in the fridge. The cake can be removed from the fridge an hour before serving to let it come back to room temperature.
The final verdict on the apple pie cake - how does it taste?
This apple-cinnamon masterpiece is the perfect tea snack! It’s:
Full of different textures
& Melt-in-your-mouth soft!
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