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Norwegian Apple Cake

Norwegian Apple Cake

Norwegian Apple Cake

In the beginning of fall in Norway local apples is available in most supermarkets now. It’s just perfect to make this for your friends, and invite them over for Norwegian delight.

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This is one of our favorite cakes in Norway. Super easy to make, and so good that you might make another one next week as well.

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In the beginning of fall in Norway local apples is available in most supermarkets now. It’s just perfect to make this for your friends, and invite them over for Norwegian delight.

This is one of our favorite cakes in Norway. Super easy to make, and so good that you might make another one next week as well.

I recommend serving the apple cake warm fresh out of the oven. Maybe let the cake sit for 5 minutes to cool off, but the whipped cream or ice cream should melt all over the cake.

Directions

  1. In a mixer, mix butter and sugar until creamy
  2. Add one egg, and fold it lightly in. Repeat with the other three eggs.
  3. Sift flour and baking powder into the mixture.
  4. Whip it roughly into a cake batter at medium speed until batter is smooth.
  5. Peel and slice apples into 5mm thick “apple boats”
  6. Mix the sugar and cinnamon in a separate bowl
  7. Mix apples and the sugar mix.
  8. Add batter into a 23cm cake form.
  9. Circle the apple pieces on top of the cake.

Serve warm. With strawberries, vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.

Difficulty

Easy

Remember sugar and butter needs to be mixed white and creamy

Servings

12-16

Preparation Time

15 minutes

Baking Time

50 minutes

Oven Temperature

180o Celsius

356o Fahrenheit

I have to make this every fall. It’s just good and delicious. Invite someone over so you don’t put on weight before Christmas 😀

Thomas Haarr

ChefNorway

I would love if you make this recipe and tell me, and everyone who visit
how much you love it!

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