Monday, June 13, 2011

Moist Apple Tea Cake

Hmmm.. I know something is playing my mind... what was I thinking.  I mean earlier on, I bought some condensed milk.  They have been sitting on the shelf for a while and I never really liked them as they were just too sweet.

And after the Masterchef's cans and frozen challenge, I thought, might find some way to use up some.

After using up some for pancakes, I found myself using the rest of the condensed milk, stewing some apples.  Big mistake.  It looked... funny.

Anyway, to rectify what I've done to the apple and condensed milk, I made this Apple Tea Cake, which is actually quite moist...

Apple Tea Cake

150g Self Raising Flour
2 eggs
50ml milk
150ml sweetened condensed milk
2 large apples (pink lady) sliced
1/2 tsp cinnamon powder
1/2 tsp all spice powder
100ml canola oil
1 tsp vanilla essense

First of all, of course, stew the apple with condensed milk until apple pieces just cooked, set aside to cool.
Whisk eggs and slowly add in oil, vanilla essense whisk till smooth.  Add milk and whisk till smooth, then sift in flour, and spices.   Add in the apple condensed milk mixture.
Bake in a greased loaf tin (I used my silicon tin) in a preheated 190C oven for 40-45 minutes or until golden brown. 

It's a very moist cake and does take time to cook..


  1. Looks tempting.. And I have all ingredients for this cake :)

  2. I love the BIG chucks of apple!! Looks super moist!

  3. Despite my recent posts I am a fan of what I call plain cake ie no frosting and this looks like it tastes good. Would like to try :-)