Apple Chocolate Chip Cake

I love this recipe and this is my umpteen time using this recipe. It’s just the perfect solution when you want to quickly have some home baked cake, little utensils to wash!

And this round is still sliced apples and chocolate chips. It’s one of the cake that usually everyone in the family will be eager to have a slice once it is cool!

Ingredients :
100g plain flour
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp cinnamon powder
1/4 tsp salt
2 eggs
100g caster sugar
80ml corn oil
130g apple (shredded) *about 1 apple, I slice into strips
40g raisins

Method
1. Grease a mould and preheat to 175 degrees.
2. Sieve plain flour, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon powder and salt in a mixing bowl.
3.  Whisk eggs and sugar well before adding oil.
4. Stir into flour mixture with apple strips and raisins until well blended.
5. Pour mixture into mould and bake for 35-40 mins. Stand for 10 mins before turning on wire rack to cool.

From Stir n Bake – Kevin Chai

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About Elyn

The joy of baking is seeing how much people enjoy them. I would love to offer these "joy" to you so drop me a note and we can discuss!
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6 Responses to Apple Chocolate Chip Cake

  1. looks great, I am now in love with apple cinnamon cake!

  2. Michelle says:

    Hi Elyn,

    You didn’t indicate anything on the chocolate chips. How much should I put? Thanks!

  3. crustabakes says:

    apple and chocolate chips. now thats a combination i havent tried! 🙂

  4. yap sook peng says:

    Hi Elyn

    may i know the size of pan to use for this recipe?
    tks

    octopusmum

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