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Slow Food makes a real easy and tasty apple tray bake

~ Truly divine easy apple tray bake ~
  Got some apples on the turn?  Butter ready for the bin?  Buy some eggs and chuck it in a tray bake instead.  For this recipe I used three (slightly wrinkled) apples, peeled, roughly chopped and put in a pan with a dash of water.  Add a sprinkling of cinnamon powder and a grating of nutmeg and let it simmer for a while (about five minutes).

Measure out 200g of castor sugar, add 250g of butter and combine.  Add three eggs, 200g of eikorn flour, a heaped teaspoon of baking powder, half a teaspoon of vanilla extract (not essence) and the apple mix, then combine again (I used an electric hand held mixer).

That's it, you're done!  Pour it into a long, shallow dish, covered with grease proof paper and put in the oven.

My oven is fan-assisted and is super quick, so this apple tray bake took about 30 minutes at about 180.  Leave it ten minutes to cool and then get stuck in.  It tastes divine.


200g of peeled, chopped apple (about three)
dash of cinnamon powder
a little grated nutmeg

200g sugar
250g butter
200g einkorn flour
1 heaped tsp baking powder
1 tsp vanilla extract

~ ingredients for a Slow Food apple tray bake ~

apples with a drop of water, a dash of cinnamon
and a little grated nutmeg

combine butter and sugar

add three biodynamic, organic orchard eggs

einkorn flour, one of Slow Food UK's forgotten foods

pour into dish

take out after about 30 mins

Easy apple tray bake

If you're not an apple fan and chocolate's more your bag, then check out this scrumptious best ever brownie recipe.
Or for a pretty yummy dessert to end a meal with friends, check out the sis' raspberry and peach trifle.
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