Updated: Feb 6
I have to confess, that I am obsessed with apples and cinnamon! I love apples and spices, especially in the winter time, because they make me feel warm and cozy. Even if it' s cold and rainy outside, this smell of apple and cinnamon gives me the feeling, that everything is ok.
This Apple Cake is fluffy and a bit of juicy inside. I am sure you will love it!!!
If you love apples, as much as I do, go on, grab some and give it a go!
For the Mixture
500gr Self-Rising Flour (or All-Purpose Flour and a Baking Powder instead)
250 gr Margarine (room temperature)
1 Yoghurt (room temperature)
1,5 cup of Sugar
For the Filling
5 Red Apples, cut into slices
1 cup Sugar
1 tbsp. Cinnamon
Cut apples into thin slices, sprinkle them with sugar and cinnamon, mix and set aside.
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees (Fan).
Beat eggs, add sugar and continue to beat until they become a fluffy white mixture.
Add yoghurt, margarine and finally the self-rising flour.
In a big oven pan place a baking paper (or butter and flour the oven pan instead) and fill it with half of the mixture.
Lay half of the apples to the mixture. (Do not add the liquid is created from sugar and apples)
Add the remaining mixture and sink the remaining apples vertically and upright.
(Optionally you can sprinkle your cake with grated walnuts.)
Bake for 50 to 60 minutes at 180 degrees (Fan).
Remove the cake from the oven, let it cool for about 20-30 minutes, before turning out of cake pan. Remove baking paper carefully, so that your cake won't shatter.
Enjoy your Apple Cake with your Coffee/ Tea or as a breakfast!