Moist Apple Cake topped with Pumpkin seeds



“Vegetarian is an old Indian word for bad hunter”..Yes,that is my DH’s favorite quote, who also happens to be a hard core carnivore. So you can imagine how our 6 years of marital life would have been. The omnivore me  trying to convince the meat lover about the hazards of being a red meat eater and he in turn  persuading me to try all “delicious” stuff. The other day we went to a Japanese restaurant for dinner
DH: The beef tastes awesome, you should seriously try this!
Me: No way..
DH: The cow will feel bad if we don’t eat it. It’s the cows destiny to be a good steak one day. So you are not letting the poor animal fulfill its destiny!
Me: #&!!!! Huh? Ok I better don’t reply to that ..it  will be an insult to my intelligenceJ.(I will let my actions speak). Gives him one tight pinch
DH: OOO! That hurts!!
Me: So a pinch hurts so badly isn’t it? So imagine the pain the poor animal went through before it became your favorite steak!
DH: Silence ..followed by a big wideJ



So let me stop the husband wife argument story and come back to today’s recipe, the moist apple cake. Whoever who said Baking is therapeutic is absolutely right and baking with fresh fruits is even more fun and exciting. The original recipe called for margarine, as I had some eggs which I want to use up , I substituted 2 tbspn margarine with 1 egg. So you can go ahead and do the eggless version with some additional butter/oil/margarine

  

Moist Apple Cake topped with Pumpkin seeds 

Ingredients
2 tbspn Oil
2 tbspn Yogurt
¼ Cup Brown Sugar
1 egg
½ Cup Flour
2 tbspn Instant Oats
¼ tspn Baking powder
½ tspn Baking soda
½ tspn Cinnamon powder
½ Cup grated apple
2 tbspn Pumpkinseeds

Directions
Stir together the dry ingredients, flour, baking powder, baking soda, oats, Cinnamon powder.
Mix together the wet ingredients, Oil, yogurt, egg. Add the sugar and beat the wet ingredients until well mixed.
Add the wet ingredients to dry ingredients and mix until just combined.
Fold in the grated apple and pour into a load pan. Top the batter with some pumpkin seeds
Bake in  a preheated oven for 30-35 minutes. Let it cool on a wire rack and enjoy the spiced moist apple cake

14 Comments:

  1. looks wonderful. lovely clicks always

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  2. Extremely beautiful pictures and what a moist healthy cake !

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  3. lovely and delicious muffins and like always great clicks Ramya... Looks perfect for a evening snack/ brunch, i can see that it is super moist. Would love to try this.

    Priya
    Did you check out my guacamole spread?
    http://cooklikepriya.blogspot.co.uk/

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  4. Looks so delicious and nice clicks..

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  5. Apple cake looks awesome and I love the addition of pumpkin seeds.. gives a nice twist..:))
    Would be lovely if you could send it to the guest event happening in my blog "SYF&HWS : Cinnamon..:))
    Reva

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  6. very delicious n moist cake...gorgeous pics n presentation...love it!

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  7. Delicious & moist cake,lovely!!

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  8. mmmm this looks so delectable!!

    I am going to try this soon but think I will add some coconut. Great blog, nice pictures :)

    http://thepescetarianpantry.blogspot.co.uk

    Georgia

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  9. wow..these looks quite yummy..love the pumkin seeds on top. nice clicks..which lens do u use dear?

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    1. Thansk Suhi..I use Nikon , 18 mm pancake lens which is the only lens I have:-)

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  10. potte saram illa...oru hair alle white ayolu...eat more Vitamin C and b rich food.

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