The quickest Apple&Rhubarb Cake ever!




Apple and rhubarb cake

Are your guests on your way and you still don't know what dessert to make? This apple cake is ready in no time but will cosy up your place and keep your blues out. Did I mention that it's absolutely delicious too? 

Baking this cake is also my ritual for staying in when it's raining outside kind of day. Just like today. Even though it's almost a summertime, the weather thinks it's living in Australia. However I consider it as a perfect opportunity to recreate this recipe and become australian for a day. I put my PJ's on and go straight to the kitchen. I must say that apples are so far the most grateful fruit in the world. Whenever you bake or cook anything with apples, you can be sure it is going to be amazing. The smell is always incredible, not forget to mention that cooked apples are even healthier than fresh ones. So it's beneficial from all perspectives.

So invite your friends and enjoy this hearty apple cake.

P.S.: I also added rhubarb to add some zing but that's totally optional



You will need:

3 eggs 
120g sugar
120g flour
3 big apples
3 tbsp sugar


Step by step:


Preheat the oven to 180° C. Separate egg whites and yolks. I find that it gives your cake more of air and texture. Whisk egg yolks with 100g sugar until mixture is thick and creamy. Beat egg whites with half of sugar till it lightens up and doubles in size. Slowly add yolks into the whites. Gently fold in the flour. Mix all the ingredients together until well combined. But don't overdo it. Turn the batter into your baking tin and bake for about 30 minutes or until top is golden.






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