With apple season in full swing we bring you a countdown of our top apple recipes, as rated by you. We just love apple cake. It’s one of those classic cake recipes that we never seem to tire of. From a classic apple cake to apple crumble cupcakes, come and see our round-up of the best apple cakes we could find...
We’ve rounded up some of our best apple cake recipes from our classic apple cake recipe to a mouth-watering apple and berry crumble cake, you’re going to love this collection of apple cake recipes.
We just love apple cake. It’s one of those classic cake recipes that we never seem to tire of. This round up shares some of our best apple cake recipes which we’ve made time and time again.
If you’re looking for something to serve alongside your cuppa or you want an impressive dessert that is sure to please, apple cake is the perfect choice. Usually taking about an hour and a half to cook, apple cake is well worth the wait.
It’s a great way of using up leftover apples you might have sitting in the fruit bowl or rolling around in the fridge draw. We’ve got plenty to sink your teeth into including a toffee apple cake, apple yogurt cake and more.
Click through to see our best apple cake recipes…
You can’t beat a classic apple cake and this is our favourite recipe by far. A light, cinnamon-infused sponge with chunks of sweet apple – what more could you want? Finished with a dusting of icing sugar, this cake is ready in just under an hour and a half.
If you love an apple crumble, you’re going to love this crumble cake made with apple, mixed blueberries and blackberries for a tangy centre. The crumble mixture is made from Demerara sugar so it’s extra sweet and the sponge is infused with cinnamon which works well with the flavours of the apple.
Apple and almond are a delicious combination – and this recipe is proof. The sponge is soft and buttery, flavoured with almond extract and ground almonds. This cake is topped with gently warmed dessert apples and sprinkled with more almonds. Simple but delicious.
These apple spiced muffins are bursting with flavour. Ready in just 25 mins, you could pop these muffins in your child’s lunch box for a sweet surprise at school. These muffins are made with oatmeal, apple puree, a whole apple, yogurt and raisins – how good does that sound?
Yes, this bundt cake really is low in sugar thanks to the agave syrup used instead of sugar. This recipe also uses apple puree and rice milk too for an interesting, spongy texture. You can make this cake into a bundt shape, if you have the suitable tin, or you can opt for a normal round sponge instead, the choice is yours.
Impress your friends and family with these apple crumble cupcakes. They take a classic apple crumble to the next level with a sweet apple sponge, custard buttercream topping and a light crumble finish – it’s an apple cake and apple crumble all in one.
The combination of blueberries and apple is a classic marrying of flavours. The blueberries give the sponge bursts of tangy flavour and the apple makes the sponge soft and sweet. Topped with an icing sugar glaze, this cake is sure to go down a treat with friends and family. of all ages.
This deliciously moist date and apple loaf swaps apples for apple sauce instead to make a super soft sponge. The dates add to the sticky, sweet flavour from the sauce creating a rich flavour with each slice.
A sponge base, a sweet apple centre and a buttery crumble topping makes this apple tray bake stand above the rest. Cut into slices and drizzled with warm custard is our favourite way to serve this cake.
If you’re a fan of toffee apples, you’re going to love this sticky sweet cake made with ready made caramel, tinned apples and a handful of store cupboard ingredients. It only takes 20 mins to prepare meaning you can let the oven do the hard work for you whilst you put your feet up and relax.
This apple and raspberry cake is more like a dessert than a cake and is perfect served with lashing of cream or warm custard. The fresh raspberries gives this cake a burst of summer flavour and the apple adds a soft, comforting texture to the cake. And if that’s not enough, this cake has a buttery crumble topping too.
Phil Vickery has done it again with this mouth-watering apple and sultana tea bread. It combines of our favourite things; apples, tea, sultanas and mixed spice. It really doesn’t take much to make this loaf, just make sure you’ve got a suitable loaf tin.
This cake is the perfect treat for the weekend and could be served up for dessert after a hearty meal. Gordon Ramsay combines a few different varieties of apple in this recipe including cooking apples and Braeburn. Infused with spices such as cinnamon and nutmeg and glazed with apricot jam, we wonder how long this cake will last once served?
We just love Parkin, this recipe even more so as it’s infused with apple. This delicious recipe takes a classic to the next level by bringing oats, orange zest and apple to the mix to make a fruity, moist sponge. Dust with icing sugar and watch it disappear in seconds.
We think this apple yogurt cake would be the ideal sweet treat for a Saturday or Sunday morning with a warm cuppa. This recipe is great for using up any leftover yogurt or apples that you might have hanging around in the fridge. Serve with a dollop more of yogurt or sprinkle with icing sugar for a pretty finish.