Wednesday, August 26

F = Fruit Cake - Budget Prize

The Apple and Plum season is here and in addition to eating organic Fruit directly from the trees, Fruit Cakes are made for dessert and light meals. Many versions of Apple cakes can be found in recipe books. Every Chef has his or her own speciality. We have ours.Based upon the small budgets in the Norwegian school system,
(next year with the present left-wing government, schools have no money to buy ingredients and bake cakes - children have to draw them)

here is our budget Apple Cake recipe:

75 gr margarin
1 dl sugar
---- to be stirred white
3 dl flour
1 ts vanilla sugar
1 dl milk
1 egg
1 ts baking powder
---- to be stirred into the cream

---- put it into a lubricated cake tin
add apple pieces , cinnamon ( and sugar)
---- Bake at 200 C for 30 - 40 min

To be served with vanilla sauce and / or Ice cream
Yummy, Yummy, and there are loads of Apples in the garden
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RuneE said...

If you have something to spare, put it in the freezer until March... :-)

Q said...

I think it is time for a nice piece of fruit!

Anne said...

Ha!! kjente lukten helt hit!!!
nam nam

photowannabe said...

Ummm yummm I love apple cake. I just made a peach cobbler from the peaches from our tree. There is nothing like home grown fruit.

jay said...

Mmmm! It's a long time since I made apple cake! I quite like the very basic recipes, too - they're easy and quick and not much to go wrong!

On behalf of the team, thanks for taking part in ABC Wednesday this week! :)

Roger Owen Green said...

Looks delicious. When you said fruit cake, I was thinking fruitcake, which gets such a bad rap each Christmas.

Dagrun said...

Nam, nam. Og ja, skolebudsjettet er tragisk.

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