Apple and Cinnamon Cake

Officially summers are over now…leaves has started to change color and entire scenery will be changed in a matter of few days….This is the time of harvest and storing to prepare for the coming winters…To welcome the season I have a apple and cinnamon cake….I have baked this cake N number of times and every time it had  left me happy….It is moist and light and guilt free as I always use whole wheat flour and oats to bake this cake….

All you need is

Oats-1 cup(powdered)
Whole wheat flour- 3/4 cups
Cinnamon powder- 1 tsp
Baking powder- 2 tsp
Baking soda- 1 tsp
Butter- 5 tbsp
Sugar- 1 cup
Egg whites- 4
Milk-1/4 cups
Vanilla extract- 1/2 tsp
Apples- 2 (peeled and chopped)

Method of preparation

Pre heat the oven to 350 degrees
Grease the baking dish with oil and dust with flour
Mix flour, cinnamon powder, baking powder and baking soda together
Beat butter and sugar in a bowl till soft and creamy
Add egg white and mix well
Add flour in this mixture spoon by spoon
Add milk
Add oats powder, vanilla extract and apples
Transfer the batter in the baking dish {I divided the batter in to two dishes}
Bake at 350 degrees for 40-45 mins {If you have the batter in to two dishes , then bake for 30-35 minutes}
Remove from oven and let it be in the pan for 7-8 minutes
Take out from the pan and cool on a cooling rack

The entire house was filled with the warm cinnamon smell and it smelled heavenly….I have filled cinnamon flavored whipped cream between the two cakes and it tasted awesome….You can eat the cake without the filling as well….It will taste as good….OMG…I can’t wait till it gets cooled…:(..

I am honored to receive these award from my lovely blogging friends  Kaveri and Reshmi Mahesh….Thnx dear for liking my blog….

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41 thoughts on “Apple and cinnamon cake with whole wheat flour and oats

  1. Neha, this is one awesome cake!! I love anything with cinnamon, what a perfect combo apple and cinnamon give, yummy looking pictures too:-)

  2. Wow… this cake post is like meant for me. I’ve been baking a lot recently but I feel guilty about it, as it is not all that healthy. It’s just today I decided to search for recipes with alternatives for all purpose flour, and there it is in my reader. It’s like the universe does listen!

    Great blog! You surely deserve the award!

  3. hi…Just blend the regular oats in a blender to make a powder….Thnx for stopping by…You must give this cake a try…

  4. Beautiful cake and pictures. Apple and cinnamon would be loved by all.Also Congrats on your award. Keep Rocking.

    Cheers,
    Uma

  5. Neha, I finally baked this cake, came out well. thank you for the recipe.

    Do you mind if I share the recipe on my blog too?

  6. This is one awesome cake. The test of cinnamon is one of favorite of my family, what a perfect combination of apple and cinnamon, these are such a yummy pictures.

  7. Im pathetic at cooking solely for my impatienxce, however , i so love th eway food looks on your blog, drroolll, slurrp :P … loved this, i love baking cakes, am gonna try thi sone soon :)

  8. Hi Neha,

    I had bookmarked this recipe eons ago. Never made it though :-( Recently got a big batch of heavenly apples and I remembered your recipe… Planning to make it tomorrow… While going through the recipe, it said 34 cups of flour and 14 cups of milk… what exactly is the measurement of your cup and how big (in height) was this cake considering the circumference to be 8 inches. Do let me know

    Thanks in advance

    1. Thanks for liking the recipe Sunisha. Due to an issue the slashes had dropped off in the recipe, which I’ve now corrected. I also used an 8 inch pan. Let me know how your cake turns out.

      Thanks,
      Neha

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