Canned wine cake from a tin – a simple winter cake

Try something new and treat yourself to this dry grape cake straight from the tin. It is especially delicious when you share it with your loved ones. And you can trust us on one thing: you will definitely make yourself (even) more popular. Because everyone loves bottled wine. Hopefully. And the cake paired with the delicious hot drink is next level enjoyment. Plus, it sounds just as cool: “Hey, anyone else want my squishy grape cake?”

The road to this sentence is really not far. This recipe is very simple and the result is very useful. If you’re even a little overzealous, you can upgrade your buttered wine cake from a tin. And that means: homemade wine. If you plan to have children, you can make wine without alcohol. Either way, this homemade wine seasoning is a must. You can sprinkle this on anything sweet all winter long.

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Baked grape cake in a tin on a blue background decorated with pink icing and powdered sugar stars.


Winter delights: baked grape cake from tin

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If you want to have a little more pizazz from the tin, just use a shot of mulled wine.

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  1. For the sauce, cream together the butter, sugar and a pinch of salt. Mix eggs one by one. Mix flour, baking powder and cinnamon and mix alternately with chocolate chips and mulled wine.

  2. Place the dough on an oiled and floured baking sheet (approx. 29 x 38 cm) and spread evenly. In a preheated oven (electric oven: 180 degrees, fan: 160 degrees, gas: level 2) for about 30 minutes. Let it cool.

  3. For the glaze, pour 250 grams of sugar and add 6-8 tablespoons of wine until smooth. Spread the coating on the cake and let it dry. Using a star stencil, dust the cake with 2 tbsp powdered sugar.

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