This delicious Slow Cooker Toffee Apple Cake is made in just 3 hours and by turning it upside down once cooked, gives the cake its sticky toffee topping. Perfect served as a dessert or just with a cuppa.
Making a cake in a slow cooker is so easy to do. I love being able to cook a dessert while my oven is in use. A few weeks ago I was give some eating apples, and wanted to use some in a pudding one Sunday. I decided to make a Slow Cooker Toffee Apple Cake and it was so delicious that I am going to share the recipe with you.
A scrumptious Toffee Apple Millionaires Shortbread which consists of buttery shortbread filled with a layer of cinnamon apple, topped with a gooey caramel sauce and chocolate on top. Delicious!
As soon as I heard that this week was going to be a caramel week on the Great British Bake Off, and that the Signature Bake would be Millionaires Shortbread, I knew what bake to make for week 4. I love toffee and apples together, so it made perfect sense to make a Toffee Apple Millionaires Shortbread.
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Thank you to my co-host Helen for hosting the last Bake of the Week. I am sorry that I did not post a new linky last week, I will blame it on the extreme heat we had, and my turning a year older for my lack of organisation and running out of time to post a recipe!
Anyway, lets take look back on the delicious bakes from before:
These delicious cherry bakewell flavoured Hot Cross Bun-nies are my fun take on the traditional hot cross buns. Quite easy to make, these are a fun bake to make with your children and serve up over Easter for all the family.
I love eating hot cross buns but I have to confess that I have never tried to make any myself. I think I was a little scared in case they went wrong because, to be honest, they are quite time consuming to make due to them requiring several proves. So of course attempting to make Hot Cross Bun-nies was not going to be a problem……..well it was a challenge I set myself and here is how I got on.