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Apple and Sultana Traybake


This is a beautifully moist traybake that used up my remaining Bramley's.

Ingredients:
225g Butter, Softened
280g Caster Sugar
4 eggs, beaten
2 TSP Vanilla Extract
350g Self Raising Flour
2 TSP Baking Powder
Handful of Sultana's
1 large Bramley, peeled and sliced thinly

Method:
Step 1: Preheat oven to 180c
Step 2: Cream the butter and sugar, beat in the eggs and vanilla and fold in the flour and baking powder until smooth. Add the sultana's and pour half the mixture into a lined baking tin.
Step 3: Scatter the sliced apple on top and then cover with the remaining batter.
Step 4: Bake for about 50 minutes or until golden.

Comments

  1. have a lovely time at the wedding

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  2. What a great post! Enjoy the wedding!! I've got to get my hands on this intriguing recipe!

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  3. That sounds like a tasty cake. Hopefully Lowen will be excited to wear her pretty dress when she sees all the other maids

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  4. Hi Beth, have a great time at the wedding :D

    Love the look of your apple and sultana traybake!!

    Rosie x

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  5. Have fun at the wedding. This recipe looks really good.

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  6. Have fun at the wedding. These look super duper delicious!

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  7. Have a wonderful time at the wedding! I'm certain that the boys will love the cake!

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  8. Your boys are lucky... enjoy the wedding!

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  9. These look really good - any cake made with apple is great in my book. I hope you have a great day today at the wedding.

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  10. Great minds think alike - I made apple cake this week too!

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  11. Those bars are a lovely combo of flavours and look delish.

    Enjoy the wedding!

    Maria
    x

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  12. Tried this recipe a few days ago and everyone loved it added cinnamon was beautiful Thanks for the great recipe x

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