Bakewell Cake – An Alternative To Bakewell Tart

bakewell cake recipe

Bakewell Cake is a unique alternative to Bakewell Tart. With a plan to combine dairy free-cake mixture with raspberry and marzipan, this cake provides energy fuel for runners and walkers and is a great accessory to a Cup of Tea, or winter Dessert. If you enjoy almond flavours, this easy to make cake is guaranteed to bring out the inner Pavlov.

Ingredients

6 oz Sugar

6 oz dairy free margarine

6 oz Self Raising Flour

2 x eggs

1 tsp Almond essence

Dash of Oat milk

Marzipan

Jam

baked bakewell cake

Method

I tend to mix the sugar and butter together first and then add the eggs, flour and almond essence. Mix well and add a dash of Oat milk. Choose a standard size loaf tin and line it with greaseproof paper. Add half the raw mixture.

From a block of marzipan, tear off a chunk and roll it out so it covers the raw mixture in the cake tin. I usually roll out to ¼ inch thick. Add raspberry jam and smooth out.  Finally, add the remaining raw cake mixture and sprinkle the top with trail mix of your choice. I use a combination mix that consists of pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, almonds and cranberries.

Bake in a pre-heated oven at 180 degrees for an hour. Check the centre is cooked after an hour by inserting a knife into the cake. If the knife comes out of the cake clean, its cooked.  Allow to cool if you can wait that long.

bakewell cake served

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Written by Andrea D

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