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One Bowl Apple Cake

I felt like baking something, but something super quick, easy and with limited ingredients as I am still in the process of moving/unpacking and don’t have all my gazillion baking ingredients in my new kitchen!
One Bowl Apple Cake
I always browse the ‘most viewed’ recipes in the Thermomix Recipe Community and came across this all in one apple cake:
The recipe indicates that it was adapted from a non thermomix recipe, tried some googling and couldn’t find it, but came across heaps of one bowl apple cake recipes (never knew this was a ‘thing’) or I would have tried it earlier, pre-Thermomix days!
The recipe indicates 3 granny smith apples – I used 2 granny smith and 1 Fuji apple instead. I also didn’t bother melting my butter (as I leave it out and it is quite soft anyway, and only mixed it for 30 seconds on Speed 5 – so it was a 30 second apple cake!!! The recipe also says to bake for 40 mins, however mine was ready in 20 minutes.
This recipe is great, the cake is so light and fluffy, however I would add diced chunks of apple to stir through in the end to add more texture (which the non Thermomix recipes would have). This is great for morning/afternoon tea, or for dessert with custard and/or icecream!! MMmmm!!!
Add 125 grams butter, 3 apples (peeled and quartered), 180 grams sugar, 300 grams self raising flour and 1 egg
Blitz for 30 seconds/Speed 5
Bake for 20 mins in a preheated 180 degree oven
One bowl apple cake!
 If you don’t have a Thermomix…

In a large mixing bowl, add 125 grams melted butter, 3 apples (peeled, quartered and diced), 180 grams sugar, 300 grams self raising flour and 1 egg and mix together either with a wooden spoon or in an electric mixer until combined! Place in a square baking pan (or you could do round too), and bake for 20 minutes in a preheated 180 oven.

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