So Simple - Apple & Cinnamon Slice

At work we have a bake club where someone brings in a sweet or savoury treat for people to eat. I first tasted this slice when Katrina made it for her bake club day. It was so delicious, big chunks of apple and a sweet and buttery base. We all had seconds. When she shared the recipe with me, I couldn’t believe how simple it was to make. It was called an Apple & Cinnamon Slice.



If you want a simple dessert to impress this is it. It is really easy to make and not to mention really delicious.


The recipe below is from http://www.taste.com.au/

Apple & Cinnamon Slice

Ingredients


1 packet golden buttercake mix
1 cup desiccated coconut
125g of melted butter
400g can apple pieces (I used the select brand from Woolies, you can stew your own apples if you wish)
300g sour cream
cinnamon sugar to sprinkle on top


Method

1. Preheat the oven to 180°C
2. Grease a lamington pan. Line base with some grease proof paper
3. Combine cake mix, coconut and butter in a medium bowl.
4. Press the mixture into the lined pan.5. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes or until slightly brown. Let it cool for a few minutes.
6. Spread apples evenly over the base (I sliced the apples to make it even), then spread sour cream over the apples and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar.
7. Bake for a further 10 to 15 minutes until the sour cream is set.

Once cooled, slice into squares.





I know it isn’t exactly a recipe from scratch but it taste really good. So don’t knock it till you try it. :o)

Belle@OohLook (January 12, 2010)  

Gosh, I haven't had golden buttercake in ages - I used to make it when I was a kid. Not that I'm knocking it, anything that provides a tasty shortcut is definitely worth trying!

Trissa (January 12, 2010)  

Kath! What a great idea. Absolutely wonderful dish. I want to add this to my list of priorities to bake! Thanks!

Kate (January 12, 2010)  

Just wanted to say hi! I think you've created an absolutely wonderful blog. I really look forward to reading about your adventures. Great slice by the way x

Helena –  (January 12, 2010)  

These pictures are fantastic Kat! Love the watermark at the bottom too, nice touch.

Btw ladies, I've been lucky enough to taste test this scrumptious cake from Kat herself. It tastes as good if not better than it looks in these pics but be warned, one piece just ain't enough, we stayed up for hours chatting and picking at it till the whole thing was gone. Devils dessert! SOOOOOOO GOOD.

Tangled Noodle (January 13, 2010)  

When my husband's parents come for a visit, it's nice to have a little something sweet to finish off dinner and this is a great recipe that I just know they would love! The apples from our tree are all gone but I won't wait long to try this out!

Bethany (Dirty Kitchen Secrets) (January 13, 2010)  

Nothing beats simplicity especially when it looks and combines the flavours you have here! Scrummy!

Fiona (January 13, 2010)  

mmm apple and cinnamon!

Helen (Grab Your Fork) (January 13, 2010)  

Yum what a great idea. I love the sound of sour cream with apple - and a bake club!

♥peachkins♥ (January 13, 2010)  

hmmnn.. it sounds easy to make and looks delish too!

Ladybird (January 13, 2010)  

YUum yum.. looks delicious and moist!

Betty @ The Hungry Girl (January 13, 2010)  

Yum, this looks so good. I'm a sucker for apple desserts! Love them! This would be perfect with a scoop of ice cream as well ;)

Conor @ HoldtheBeef (January 13, 2010)  

Big chunks of apple, nice! And hey, if a shortcut works well in addition to saving time and bother, why not use it?

chocolatesuze (January 13, 2010)  

mmm i love anything with cinnamon this slice sounds so delish!

Ellie (January 13, 2010)  

I agreed! So simple and looks so delish!!

Chef Aimee (January 13, 2010)  

A perfect dessert for a cold winter's night! I also agree that sour cream and apples are delectable!

Barbara Bakes (January 13, 2010)  

We don't have a golden buttercake mix in the US, but it sounds and looks heavenly!

panda (January 13, 2010)  

i wish our work had a bake club too! otherwise, recipe looks easy and i'm bookmarking this one to try now that I have a lamington tin :)

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella (January 13, 2010)  

What a great idea for your workplace! I love it! :) Now that's an office I'd love to work in :P

pigpigscorner (January 14, 2010)  

Love simple and tasty treats! I've seen buttercake mix used in quite a few recipes, wonder if I can get it here.

Lauren (January 15, 2010)  

Delicious! This sounds heavenly and so simple!

Ju (The Little Teochew) (January 15, 2010)  

Boy, that looks soooo good! I wouldn't mind a slice or two ;)

MaryMoh (January 15, 2010)  

That must be very delicious. Love to see all those apple pieces on top. Thanks for showing the steps. It looks simple.

Kitchen Butterfly (January 15, 2010)  

Love apple cakes and tarts. Last year they were the most baked cake in our home!!!!!!!!! Looks lovely

noobcook (January 15, 2010)  

what a perfect dessert! Wish I can have a slice now :)

Olive (January 17, 2010)  

thanks for sharing this, my family would love this and I like it bec it's easy and quick, I will definitely try this with yogurt! :)

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