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Caramel & Bramley Apple Loaf

Caramel & Bramley Apple Loaf
Sorry it's been a bit quiet on here. We took the kids on a trip to Northern Ireland at half term and I can't tell you how impressed we were! The kids loved the Titanic quarter in Belfast as well as the Giant's Causeway on the north coast (it was blowing a hoolie, but being Cornish we were used to the wind!). I also really enjoyed the open top bus tour we did around Belfast which took in lots of landmarks and murals of the troubles like The Shankill Road and The Falls..... oh and of course I can't go without mentioning the famous Tayto crisps. It was a really interesting and enjoyable few days away and I'd thoroughly recommend it.

It's back to reality now and back to the task of using up some of my Bramley apples! I've got buckets and buckets of apples sat in my shed currently - it seems it's been a very good year for them. So far we've made countless crumbles, apple turnovers, apple muffins and lots of different types of apple cake in a bid to try and use them up. I've also got plenty of stewed apple in the freezer for crumbles and pies over the winter.

This caramel bramley apple loaf cake was a real hit and super easy to make too - everything is mixed in one bowl. There is something very comforting about apples and caramel and it's a lovely autumnal recipe for the colder days and darker nights.
Caramel & Bramley Apple Loaf


  • Try different nuts for the topping like pecans and hazelnuts instead of walnuts.
  • Feel free to make your own caramel - I'm a bit lazy and love the ease of the tinned stuff.
  • Add a handful of dried fruit to the cake mix to make it extra fruity. Raisins or cranberries would be nice.
  • The cake can be frozen without the caramel and nut topping.


Caramel & Bramley Apple Loaf


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Caramel Apple Loaf Cake

Caramel Apple Loaf Cake

A yummy caramel apple loaf cake to use up those Bramley apples.
  • 175g Butter, softened
  • 200g Caramel (I used carnation)
  • 50g Light Brown Sugar
  • 3 Eggs
  • 175g Plain Flour
  • 1 TSP Baking Powder
  • 1 TSP Vanilla Extract
  • 1 Bramley Apple, peeled and chopped
  • For the topping
  • 50g Walnuts, chopped
  • 2 TBSP Caramel thinned down with 1 TSP water
Step 1: Preheat the oven to 180° C (160° C Fan) and line a 2lb loaf tin with baking paper.Step 2: Put all the cake ingredients in a bowl and mix with an electric hand held whisk until combined (or mix by hand with a wooden spoon).Step 3: Bake for 30 minutes then take it out of the oven and cover with foil and bake for a further 30 minutes.Step 4: Let the cake cool then top with the thinned down caramel and walnuts.

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Yield: 10 slices

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Caramel & Bramley Apple Loaf

Beth Sachs
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  1. I love apple and caramel together and am planning to remake an old apple caramel and cinnamon cake from my blog this weekend! I love how this recipe is so easy and all mixed together in one bowl.

  2. What a lovely loaf! I love anything with apples, and it's been far too long since I've made an apple cake.


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