Christine’s Delicious Sticky Apple and Almond Cake

Hello friends,

It’s Christine here! So it’s a New Year and I thought I’d share another recipe with you all. This delicious dessert really goes down well with friends and family.

Sticky Apple and Almond Cake

Ingredients:

250g Self Raising Flour

175g Caster Sugar

175g Butter – melted

3tbsp Honey

2 Medium Eggs

1tsp Almond Extract

250g Cooking Apples – peeled and cored

40g Flaked Almonds

Icing Sugar.

  1. Preheat the oven to 160°C, 140°C Fan or Gas mark 3. Grease a 20 cm cake tin.
  2. Put the flour, sugar, butter, honey, eggs and almond extract in a mixing bowl.
  3. Beat together with a wooden spoon until smooth.
  4. Put half the cake mix in the prepared tin and spread evenly over the base.
  5. Slice the apples and arrange over the cake mix.
  6. Cover with the remaining cake mix and sprinkle with flaked almonds.
  7. Bake for 40 minutes, until golden and springs back to the touch.
  8. Serve warm, dusted with icing sugar.
Sticky Apple and Almond Cake.jpg
Photo of a baked sticky apple and almond cake. 

HOPE YOU ENJOY BAKING THIS CAKE ☺

Written by Christine Edmead

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East London Vision (ELVis) is the subgroup for the 7 geographical areas that naturally cover all of east London north of the Thames: • Barking and Dagenham • City and Hackney • Havering • Newham • Redbridge • Tower Hamlets • Waltham Forest. ELVis is designed to provide an effective and efficient way of ensuring that vision impaired people living in East London get the support and services they need. It is an umbrella organisation with voluntary sector, user led representation in each of the east London boroughs. Our vision is that everyone living in East London experiencing, or at risk of, any form of sight loss, receives a high quality service relevant to their need and at a time appropriate for themselves. Our aim is to enhance & link vision impaired services and organisations throughout East London, improving the quality of life for blind and partially sighted people and increasing individual independence.

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