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Apple and Cinnamon Loaf (Primal)

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Whilst making my bread mixture today I had a brainwave…instead of making two simple loaves why not make one normal and one fruity loaf! GENIUS! I know, no need to applaud just yet!

I have been toying with making an apple cake/loaf for a few days now, and today was my chance to try it out. Success it was and I have it on good authority (mum, again) that it tastes good, moist, just sweet enough and rather delicious with your cup of tea or coffee of a morning or afternoon!

I could and probably would normally use cooking apples but all I had to hand was a rosy apple, so I used that. It was really very simple to make and here is the recipe:

Apple and Cinnamon Loaf

Ingredients

  • 4 oz Almond flour
  • 1.5 oz Milled flaxseed
  • 1.5 oz Mixed seeds
  • 1 oz Chopped nuts
  • 1.5 oz Organic unsalted butter
  • 3 Eggs
  • 1 Red apple (pink lady should do the sweet thing)
  • 2 Tsp cinnamon powder
  • 1 Tsp vanilla essence

Directions

  • Pre-heat a fan assisted oven to 170°c
  • Chop the apple into small pieces and put to one side leaving several slices to decorate the top if you like
  • Measure all of the dry ingredients and mix into a bowl
  • Measure and rub in the butter
  • Whisk and add the eggs
  • Measure and add the vanilla and cinnamon
  • Butter a loaf or cake tin
  • Add half of the mixture to the tin, spread and even out
  • Add the chopped apple to the central part leaving a small area around the outside
  • Add the remainder of the mixture on top of the apple pieces and using a fork spread and flatten
  • Add the slices of apple for decoration
  • Place on the top shelf for 15-20 min or until risen and golden in colour and hollow to the tap
  • Tip out, allow to cool on a rack and then sit down to a generous slice and enjoy!!!

P.s…I made two small loaves…so if you feel it needs more time, test with a skewer in the centre after 15 minutes and decide for yourselves!

Yummers! Enjoy cakeykins! JL x

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