Rosie’s Toffee Apple Delight Bonfire Night Cake

Uncategorized | November 4, 2007 | By

This is my version of Rosie’s Cake, you can see the recipe on her blog Rosie Bakes a Peace of Cake . I didn’t have any Calvados, Pecan Nuts or Demerara Sugar as required by the recipe, so I used dark rum, walnuts and those big crystals of brown sugar you use for coffee or on top of muffins – they tend to break your teeth, so I don’t use them much – I crushed them with my rolling pin so the bits were less lethal! It took an extra 10 minutes in my oven and I should have covered the top with some baking parchment at that point because the walnuts are rather ‘well-fired’ (I never burn things- ha, ha, ha). Anyway, we had it warm for pudding with lovely vanilla icecream and some of the leftover stewed apples from yesterday, it was fab.
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Your cake came out lovely and Rosie will be really happy ;o) I have linked you to my blog and i have posted the recipe for the Banana Butterscotch Loaf on my blog for you and anyone else.

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Rosie
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Hi Janice

You have really made my day here and I feel very privileged indeed here šŸ™‚ Your cake looks superb and oh my served with vanilla ice cream and stewed apples mmmmmmm delicious combo!!

I have also linked you to my Blog too šŸ™‚ Happy Baking šŸ™‚

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen
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That looks so delicous! I would love a piece!

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