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Raspberry Crumble Cake - recipe needed

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Aseaandthreestars Fri 19-Aug-11 15:19:55

I've got some fresh raspberries and store cupboard cake-making ingredients. I fancy a raspberry crumble cake, but have only got as far as the name. How would you make 'raspberry crumble cake'?

kellestar Fri 19-Aug-11 15:25:03

If it's anything like an apple crumble cake, cake mix on the bottom, apples on top and then crumble mix on top that. Layered but yummy. Raspberries are a good idea, have lots in the freezer to use.

Aseaandthreestars Fri 19-Aug-11 15:26:17

Ah, thank you, that sounds like the sort of thing I'm thinking of. Do you have a recipe you use?

kellestar Fri 19-Aug-11 15:35:11

180g butter, 180g caster sugar, 150g self raising flour, 50g ground almonds, 3 eggs, tsp of milk, tsp of cinnamon. For cake mix.

90g butter, 120g of self raising flour, 60g caster sugar. For crumble mix.

Make crumble first and put in fridge, always a better crumble this way.

50 mins in middle of oven, but upped to 1hr with our elec fan oven.

Lush with custard or cream.

Aseaandthreestars Fri 19-Aug-11 15:38:18

Oh my. That's it. I think I'm out of ground almonds, but I'm getting so over-excited about baking this that I might pop out and buy some <is very easily pleased>

Thanks for help.

kellestar Fri 19-Aug-11 15:40:31

Ground almonds can be edoted out just add more s/r flour.

Aseaandthreestars Fri 19-Aug-11 15:53:41

We have ground almonds! They were at the back of the cupboard and I have no memory of buying them, but they're going into the crumble.

Aseaandthreestars Mon 22-Aug-11 09:08:17

Thanks for recipe Kellestar. It was gorgeous when all warm out of oven and rather lovely cold yesterday. Thanks again.

KatyParrish Tue 23-Aug-11 10:02:09

I’m definitely pinching this recipe and trying it tonight smile

Aseaandthreestars Thu 25-Aug-11 16:33:44

Did you make it?

I'm thinking of having a bash with some mango and ginger at the weekend.

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