Easy Apple Pudding Cake
This recipe is, indeed, as the title of it suggests, an Easy Apple Pudding Cake. You can pull this together quickly and cheaply and have it on the table in just minutes. The cake part of this cake is only four ingredients, if you can believe it. That is because, in part, the recipe calls for self rising flour, an increasingly popular flour to buy and use in baking. Self rising flour is becoming more popular because it already includes the leavening agent as well as the salt. However, be sure that you use this flour up fairly quickly, if you decide to buy it for your baking use, since the rising agent can lose some or even all of its potency as time goes by. It is really much easier, and perhaps possibly better, to use regular flour and just add the baking powder or baking soda and salt as you need to for the recipe you are making. You can do this even if the recipe calls for self rising flour. You can just use Google online to find out how much baking powder or soda and salt to add for each cup of ordinary flour that you use instead of the self rising flour in the recipe. It takes only a minute, and it saves you money, too. What could be better than that?
This recipe has lovely and fresh apples that are chopped and then placed in layers on the bottom of your cake pan. The recipe suggests peeling the apples, but you do not have to, and you could consider skipping that step (and may be you should). This is because the peel of the apple is a great source of dietary fiber, some thing that many of us need more of in our daily food plan. The apple is a good source of this particular energy food, when you eat it whole, with the skin in tact. It takes a bit of time to become accustomed to the apple peel in a cake or pie, but once you do, then you can learn to really enjoy the extra texture and sharper and more tangy taste. As well, of course, apples are well known to help lower blood sugar levels and to keep them steady when you eat sugary foods. This is good news for recipes where there is a lot of sugar and where apples are part of the recipe. The apples will keep your sugar levels even, avoiding a sugar spike. When you are feeding kids some thing sweet that can lower your concerns about the sugar spikes that can send kids climbing the walls, too.
This recipe is quick and easy for you to make, or for the up and coming bakers in the household. Let young bakers try their hand at it, too. They can start by learning to just peel the apples and cut them evenly, a more challenging task than some people think. It also helps for the apples to be the same size to ensure that they cook at the same rate. It is important for apples to be thoroughly cooked in most recipes, or at least, evenly cooked. Crunching in to an apple where the rest of them are soft and tender can be a bit disconcerting. Easy Apple Pudding Cake will taste great served up warm with either fresh cream or ice cream. Enjoy this recipe soon.
Nutrition Facts for: Easy Apple Pudding Cake from Love Foodies
Ingredients: Apples, sugar, butter, eggs, self raising flour.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet. * The entire recipe has been calculated for 6 servings. * Per Serving:Calories 601, Calories from Fat 274, Total Fat 30.5g 47%, Saturated Fat 18.1g 90%, Cholesterol 181mg 60%, Sodium 235mg 10%, Potassium 203mg 6%, Carbohydrates 78.6g 26%, Dietary Fiber 3.6g 14%, Sugars 49.4g, Protein 7.7g, Vitamin A 20%, Vitamin C 14%, Calcium 3%, Iron 14%
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