Apple cake is always a good idea. Its fresh, tasty and easy to prepare! I have slightly adapted one of our family recipes. Hope you like it too! You can use a bundt form or any other baking form you want. Depending on the size, either the apples stay on top or (like mine this time) covers up the apples. Either way, the cake turns into a moist and absolutely delicious delight.

See the easy recipe here:

125g butter
125g sugar
200g flour
3 eggs
3-4 apples (I used Breaburn)
2 teaspoons baking powder
100g vanilla yoghurt (if you don’t have yoghurt in the house you can also prepare without)

Pre-heat the oven to 175°C (oven set to air circulation).
In a mixing bowl combine butter and sugar until fluffy. Add eggs and flour, baking powder and yoghurt. Pour the batter into a form.
Peel the apples, cut them in quarters, core them and cut slices into the apples, but make sure you do not cut through the apples (leave them connected at the bottom).


Place the apples into the cake batter closely next to each other and poke into the batter slightly.


Bake for approx. 30 minutes. Use a wooden skewer after 20 minutes to check if the cake is ready – if still doughy, leave in for another bit, if the skewer is dry, its ready. Serve plain, with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream!