Apple Cake with Cranberries

The fragrant apples with their many varieties, and the dried cranberries, married once again here and gave us a fluffy, delicious cake that is eaten pleasantly. Enjoy a dessert made with ease and relatively quickly!
Most cranberries grown in North America and Canada are processed in products such as juice, sauce and sweetened dried cranberries, and only the remaining are sold fresh to consumers. Cranberry sauce is an integral part of the menu of traditional American and Canadian Thanksgiving Feast.
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Ingredients (6 servings)

  • 3 medium apples or 4 small
  • 100 gr/ 3.5 oz dried cranberries
  • 60 gr/ 2 oz sugar
  • 3 eggs
  • 100 gr/ 3.5 oz butter, melted
  • 80 gr/ 3 oz self-raising flour
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • ½ tsp baking soda
  • ½ tsp salt
In a bowl with warm water, soak the dried cranberries for 20'.
Meanwhile peel the apples.
Cut a wax paper as the basis of the baking pan (diameter 20 cm/ 8 inches).
Grease the base and sides of the pan.
In another, larger bowl beat the eggs well with the sugar.
Add the butter melted but not hot.
Mix the flour with the baking soda, cinnamon, and salt. Inside the beaten egg mixture, sift the flour mix, stirring gently with a spoon.
Cut the apples into thin slices and add them to the mixture stirring gently.
Finally, spread the drained cranberries over the mix.
Put the mold in a preheated oven at 180°C/ 350°F/ Gas 4 for 30'-35'. We can test by inserting a knife blade. It should come out clean.
Remove the pan from the oven, leave it for a few minutes and remove the cake from the pan.
Half cup fresh cranberries give us 25 calories and 10% of the RDA of vitamin C, and an abundance of natural antioxidants, no cholesterol, no fat and very little sodium.

12 comments:

  1. I love it!!In the ingredients list you wrote : bakoing powder, but in the preparation you wrote : baking soda. I need to know what you used, beacause a friend of mine cannot eat any baking powder, but she can eat baking soda....and if you used this....she is going to be very very happy!!! Waiting for your infos...thanks a lot, Flavia

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  2. @ Food, Fun and Life in the Charente
    Hi Diane
    It's a very simple recipe but the cranberries give it an interesting touch!

    xxx

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  3. @ EliFla
    Hi Flavia
    Sorry, It should be baking soda. I fixed it.

    xxx

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  4. Great recipe and I love how your blog is set up.

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  5. Lovely recipe - I think the cranberries are a great addition - very flavoursome! Thanks for visiting and following me, Im really enjoying your blog x

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  6. Lovely blog and good recipes.
    I'm your newest follower (from Australia) ;-)

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  7. @ From Beyond My Kitchen Window
    Thank you very much!
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  8. @ freerangegirl
    I love your blog and visit often!
    I really like to read your experiences about your life in the country.

    I come often to England (in London) where my daughter lives.

    xxx

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  9. @ Jasnas' kitchen creations
    Welcome Jasna :)
    Glad I met you.
    Thank you for your kind comments.

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  10. I like it, the apple pie is my favorite cake, and this is fabulous. Hey from spain.

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  11. @ Odile
    Hello Odile. Welcome!
    Thank you

    Have a nice day

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