Every time I have some (over)ripe bananas I put them to good with a left-over banana cake recipe. But why not use apples instead for an apple cake? Sounds different right, but I promise you it’s worth to try it out. For this recipe, I used apple sauce which makes the structure really smooth and the taste really sweet. But, and here comes the most surprising part, it’s sugar-free and low on calories. Sounds yummy, right?
My whole house was filled with the smell of apple pie, delicious! This recipe contains at least 12 slices. I prefer to bake the healthy apple cake on a Sunday and keep it in the fridge so I can treat myself on a loaf of cake during the week! 96 kcal per slice and 2,6 grams of fibres. Enjoy!
– 300 g spelt flour
– 2 eggs
– 150 ml milk (I used soja milk)
– 100 ml apple sauce (unsweetened)
– 1 tbsp baking powder
– 1 tbsp coconut oil
– 2 tbsp cinnamon
– 150 g apple
- Energy: 96 kcal
- Protein: 4 g
- Carbs: 20 g
- Fat: 2,75 g
- Fibre: 2,6 g
1. Preheat the oven to 170C. Lightly grease a cake tin with coconut oil.
2. Place the eggs, milk and apple sauce in a blender and mix until fully mashed and combined. Next add the spelt flour, cinnamon and baking powder and mix again until smooth.
3. Now cut the apples and add it to the mixture and stir (don’t mix it with the blender!).
4. Take the cake tin and put the apple cake batter in it.
5. Bake the apple cake in the oven for approx. 45-50 minutes.
6. Ready! Let the healthy apple cake cool down for 5 minutes in the cake tin before placing it on wire rack to cool down completely.
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