Cake, cake, cake. More blooming cakes. I should rename this blog Cake A Day blog. But hey, it’s all tied up with my childhood programming – my mum loves cakes.
So here’s another one. But aha, this one is 100% gluten free. I used banana flour. And it tastes better than I expected (after several tries).
6 large apples, peeled, cored and cut onto eighths
1 1/4 cup banana flour
2 tsp baking powder
Pinch of salt
3/4 tsp ground cinnamon or mixed spice
3/4 cups caster sugar
1 cup oil
1 cup full cream milk
2 large organic eggs
2 large egg yolks from organic eggs
zest from 1 orange
Preheat oven t0 180C. Grease the baking tin. Line the baking tin with the apple slices.
Beat butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Mixed the dry ingredients together – sieve into the butter-sugar mix. Slowly fold in the liquid ingredients.
Pour the mixture in. Bake until it’s all nice and brown, and the fork comes out clean when poked into the cake.
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Recipe sounds delicious! How long does turnover need to bake?
Thank you for response!
Hi Kathleen, it is indeed delicious – you can use any soft, sweet fruit, like pineapple or pear. My oven is a bit dodgy – I usually go for 160-180C but generally, bake until it is a nice colour on the outside and not runny anymore on the inside (poke with a fork). Enjoy!
Still not going to give us a range of time? Even with your dodgy oven, there must be a place to start.
30 minutes, my mum said! But your risk, ok????