Sugar- free Apple Sensation – Recipe



Today is the day of another sugar-free cake, which I have to say – is my favorite. This pie will delight you will delicate cinnamon and raisin flavors combined with a rush of expressive apple taste. You need only a few bites in order to suppress your appetite because of the solid texture of the cake and the aromatic sensation. The cake will surprise you with orange notes and a tender nutty palate.

Here is the ingredients list:

– 1 egg

– 1 pinch of salt

– vanilla powder

– Chinese spice mix

– rum

– 100 g of melted butter

– mixed nuts (any types of nuts: almonds, hazelnut, walnut, macadamia)

– raisins

– 4 medium-size apples

– 200 grams of whole-wheat flour

– 15 grams of baking powder

How to prepare: Peel and chop 2 apples into small cubes. Put them in a microwave bowl and microwave for 3 minutes on high. Let them cool down. Then mix all ingredients together except the flour. Put as much spice as it is to your liking. Play with your senses – the dough has to be rich in flavor. Then peel and chop the other 2 apples in small cubes. Add them to the mixture. Add the flour to the mixture and mix until you have a homogeneous mass.

Bake in the oven at 160 degrees for about 20 minutes. After this, the most interesting part comes in:

The icing:

Hit up sour cream with white chocolate and bring to boil. Cut one apple in thin wedges. Remove the cake from the oven and lay the apple wedges on top of it. Then pour the icing over the wedges. Put the cake back into the oven for another 7-8 minutes until the icing achieves a slightly golden color.


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