Well I'm so glad I did, not only was it easy to make, it was delicious, my family loved it.
This cake is great when unexpected guests arrive, as it's so easy to make, takes about 10 minutes to make, then an hour later you have something to serve with coffee.
I haven't done this as yet, but you can add a handful of craisins or chopped walnuts or pecans. Many in the group have and have loved it.
With bundt cakes I have found using spray oil and dusting with fine breadcrumbs works best to ensure your cake comes out in one piece. I learnt this from my mum's sister. I used to use oil and flour and sometimes I was successful in getting the cake out and sometimes it got stuck. Also the breadcrumbs add a little texture to the cake, which is quite nice.
My family loved this, hope yours does to.
1 cup sugar
1 cup vegetable oil
2 cups plain flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
5 medium apples, peeled, thinly sliced
A handful breadcrumbs, for dusting the tin
Preheat oven to 175C/155C fan forced.
Grease with oil, then lightly dust with breadcrumbs your bundt tin. Shake out any excess breadcrumbs.
Mix the eggs, sugar, oil, flour, baking powder and vanilla with a spoon to combine, do not use an electric mixer.
Add the sliced apples, it will seem like you have more apples than cake batter, it is supposed to be like that.
Add nuts or dried fruit now, if using.
Pour the mixture into your prepared bundt tin.
Bake for 1 hour or until it is golden brown all over and cooked through. Leave in the tin for 5 minutes, then carefully invert out onto a serving plate.
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