Easy apple cake in portion forms with homemade vanilla cream

Easy apple cake in portioned forms with homemade vanilla cream is a dessert most people will enjoy. If you fancy ice cream instead of vanilla cream, it also tastes really good. This dessert tastes best when it's still warm.


2 apples

2 tablespoons sugar

1 teaspoon cinnamon

Peel the apples and divide them into small cubes, sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon, and mix well.

Cake ear:

150 g mel

150 g sugar

2 egg

150 g butter

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

Mix the dry in a bowl. Lightly whisk the eggs together, melt the butter and stir everything together.

Divide half of the mixture into 6 greased, refractory portion shapes. Spread the apple mixture over the cake tube and pour the rest of the cake tube, so it covers the apples.

Bake in the middle of the oven at 175 degrees for about 30 minutes. Check with a frying stick that the batter is cooked through.


This recipe gives approx. 10 dl vanilla cream, which tastes much better than ready-made.

8 egg yolks

1 dl sugar

2 tablespoons vanilla extract (possibly 2 vanilla pods or 2 teaspoons vanilla sugar)

8 DL of milk

2 ss maisenna

Whisk together egg yolks and sugar in a saucepan. Add vanilla sugar, extract, or scrape out the seeds from vanilla sticks and add both seeds and sticks to the egg mixture. Stir in the cornstarch and dilute with milk. Heat over medium heat and stir constantly so that it does not stick. When the cream approaches boiling point, it starts to thicken, but it takes some time, so be patient. The cream MUST NOT boil.

Cool the cream in a refrigerator or in cold water. Stir periodically to avoid snarls and leave the vanilla bar in until the cream is to be used. It just adds even better flavor.


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Easy apple cake in portion forms with homemade vanilla cream


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