Rich Apple Cake Macrobiotic. Rich Apple Cake Macrobiotic This is simple macrobiotic cake made with whole wheat flour, without using eggs, milk products, or sugar. Whole wheat flour has a particular bitterness to it, so citrusy fruits such as raisins or cranberries go well with this cake. Line a pan with parchment with parchment hanging on the sides.
Light and fluffy vegan apple cake with a cinnamon sugar topping. Packed with fresh apple flavor and absolutely divine served warm with vegan whipped cream. I am totally in love with this vegan apple cake. You can have Rich Apple Cake Macrobiotic using 8 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Rich Apple Cake Macrobiotic
- Prepare 100 of Whole wheat flour (super fine).
- Prepare 60 grams of Almond flour.
- Prepare 40 grams of Cornstarch.
- It’s 1 tsp of Baking powder.
- You need 200 grams of Apple.
- You need 2 tbsp of Maple syrup.
- You need 2 tbsp of Natural vegetable oil.
- It’s 1 of Your choice of dried nuts or fruits.
And so is Jaye, he hasn't been able to stop eating it to tell you the truth. Vegan apple cake – this simple, rustic cake is easy to make in just one bowl and is utterly delicious. Moist, lightly spiced and packed full of juicy apples it is the perfect cake for snacking; or try it warm with custard for pudding! Line a baking tin with baking paper and then grease the sides with vegan butter.
Rich Apple Cake Macrobiotic instructions
- Combine the dry ingredients in a bowl, and mix evenly..
- Rinse the apples well, cut into approximate sizes with the skin intact, and finely mince in a food processor while incorporating any bits that stick to the sides..
- Add the apples from Step 2 to the dry ingredients from Step 1 along with the maple syrup and oil, and mix with a cutting motion. Add in dried fruit to taste..
- Roughly spread out the dough in the pan, and lightly even it out so as to not let too much air out..
- Bake in an oven preheated to 170℃ for 50 minutes, remove it from the pan, and let cool..
- I added roughly chopped cranberries this time. It's delicious freshly baked. It will harden when it cools, so warm it up before serving..
This is to make sure the cake doesn't stick to the tin. Pour the batter into the cake tin and spread evenly. Now place the apple slices on the batter in a star shape. Most importantly, in true German apple cake fashion, this recipe retains the soft and moist crumb and develops a perfect caramelized sugar ring around the edge (so good). Note that the batter for this recipe is thick; as a result, you will need spread the batter into your pan somewhat.