Apple stracciatella cake will always make you happy

Mmmh, fruit and chocolate are always a great combination. And here’s another recipe that proves it: Apple Stracciatella Cake. But this cake is a bit sweeter than the others. This is because the apple is placed on the cut halves. So you have a super juicy apple and a soft, chocolatey dough in every slice. So it’s worth trying.

We love recipes with apples. This fruit is year round, regional and also healthy. Most of all, it’s nice and warm and out of the oven, it looks great. So really in any patisserie. And because we love them so much, here are three more delicious apple pies.

Apple stracciatella cake is always a good idea, of course, but how do you feel about apples in desserts? Try our apple and chicken squid with a glass of honey. This apple and bean salad with onions is also totally convincing. And for those who are open to something completely new: bruschetta with apple-ginger chutney. Hola the fairy of the forest, that is very sweet. As you can see, you can’t go wrong with an apple, so bon appetit!

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A tray of apple stracciatella cake on a red checkered cloth next to a cup of coffee and powdered sugar against a light background.


Juice and chocolate: apple stracciatella cake

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A warm apple is always good, and this apple strachetella cake proves that fact perfectly.


  1. Melt the butter and let it cool. Wash the apples, peel them, cut them in half and grate them. Cut the halves several times on the curved side, but do not cut. Pour with lemon juice.

  2. Mix flour, baking powder, sugar, vanilla sugar and 1 pinch of salt. Add the eggs, 250 ml of milk and melted butter and make a soft dough. Divide the dough in half and fold the chocolate shavings into one half. Mix the other half with 100 ml of milk and cocoa powder.

  3. Spoon both batters alternately onto a baking tray lined with baking paper (about 32 x 39 cm). Smooth gently to fill the gaps. Press the apple halves firmly into the flour.

  4. In a preheated oven (electric oven: 200 degrees, fan: 180 degrees, gas: level 3) for about 30 minutes. Heat the apple jelly. Take out the cake and spread the apples with jelly. Let the cake cool. Dust with powdered sugar.

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