Applesauce Cake

A moist and flavourful Applesauce Cake. This apple bundt cake is popular in Switzerland and uses applesauce (or apple purée) to keep the cake moist and tender.

Applesauce Cake Recipe

Something the Swiss really love is applesauce (also called apple compote or apple purée); so much so, that it is an obligatory side dish to their version of macaroni and cheese.

So when I came across a recipe some years ago for a traditional Swiss apple bundt cake using applesauce, I was instantly intrigued.



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Galette des Rois with Apples

A twist on a traditional Galette des Rois using hazelnuts and apples.

galette des rois with apples on cake stand

I have always wanted to make a Galette des Rois for the Epiphany and finally plucked up the courage today. In France, it is a cake which is traditionally eaten on 6 January, although some shops and bakeries make the most of this event by selling them up to a few months before the big date. But like any seasonal treat, such as the Yule Log or Hot Cross Buns, the window for making a Galette des Rois is brief and I’m glad to have finally tried my hand at making one. Here is Rachel Khoo’s version from My Little French Kitchen.

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Apple Crumble Cake

A delicious Apple Crumble Cake which combines the best of both worlds – a comforting apple crumble with a tender apple cake.

slice of apple crumble cake on white plate with fork

Apple Cake

We go through a lot of apples in our home. I am the first to admit that they are not the most exotic fruit, but they are available year round and it is hard to dispute the convenience of having apples in the fruit bowl.

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