Victorian Honey Applesauce Cake Recipe


Hi everybody I have a bonus cake recipe
today and it’s made with honey instead of sugar. It’s called a honey applesauce
cake and it’s straight from the mid-century Victorian era. it’s
incredibly moist and delicious and it’s the most effective aromatherapy you
could possibly imagine. So stay tuned. So for this cake you’re gonna need 1/3 cup
of butter, 3/4 cups of honey, 1 cup of warmed applesauce, one and a quarter cups
of flour ,1/2 cup of roasted hazelnuts or other kinds of nuts chopped, 1 cup
raisins chopped, 1/4 teaspoon each of cloves, ginger, and cinnamon, and one
teaspoon of baking soda mixed with 1 tablespoon of hot water. Start by
creaming the honey and butter together and add the warm apple sauce. Blend
together the flour and the spices and then add the chopped hazelnuts and
raisins. Mix all that together and then add the baking soda with the
water last. Bake in a loaf pan that has been oiled
and floured and bake it for 45 minutes between 325 and 350. After 45 minutes
take the cake out and sprinkle it with some granulated sugar. Put it back in the
oven and bake for an additional 15 minutes or until a toothpick comes out
clean when you put it in the center of the cake. Enjoy your cake warm from the
oven or as I did the next day with whipped cream. It was amazing!
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