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Fruit Cake Sugar Coated Fast Recipe

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Cook Time

Prep timeCook timeReady inYields

15 min

45 min

1 hour

Serves up to 10 people

Ingredients

  • 350g apples, chopped
  • 3 spoons lemon juice
  • 350g flour
  • 1 bag baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 120g blackberries
  • 120g sugar
  • 1 egg, mixed
  • 200ml skimmed yogurt
  • 50g sugar
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Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven on 190 degrees Celsius & Grease the baking tray.
  2. Cook the chopped apples with the lemon juice until it's a sauce. Keep stirring and let it cool down.
  3. Put the flour, baking powder & cinnamon in a bowl and mix it with 70g of the blackberries and the 120g of sugar.
  4. Make a hole in the middle and add the egg, yogurt and apple sauce and mix everything. Now you can put the cake batter in the baking tray and cover it with the remaining blackberries and the 50g of sugar to get a mouth-watering cover and bake it for about 45 minutes.
  5. Once the cake is ready cover it with a bit of cinnamon and it's ready to serve - Bon Appetit!

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Who Made The First Cake?

We don't know who exactly made the world's first cake. But the ancient Egyptians are thought to have created the first cake. Egyptians often made honey-sweetened dessert breads, which were likely the earliest version of cakes.

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