Redcurrant Almond Cake


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10 Responses

  1. cake recipes says:

    My kids do love fruit bits in their cakes (even in their morning pancakes!) so I think they’ll love this one. I haven’t tried redcurrants yet in baking, I’m excited to see how it would turn out. Love almonds of course! Perhaps I’ll whip a light cream for this one, my kids like their cakes frosted. 😉

  2. Liana says:

    Great recipe!! I’m not a very confident baker, and thought the batter was too consistent (no liquids in the ingredients) but it turned out perfectly delicious! It’ll be my new foolproof cake, thanks!

  3. Lisa says:

    This cake looks beautifully adaptable. I always seem to end up with currants in the freezer that I don’t know what to do with. Thanks for a lovely looking recipe 🙂

  4. Ingrid ridout says:

    Delicious and easy. Universally approved of and an ideal recipe for one who has a redcurrant bush that regularly produces ~ 15kg fruit!

  5. naleśniki says:

    It seems delicious!!!

  6. Jean L says:

    Absolutely delicious!

  7. Erik says:

    I always loved my grandmothers current cake when I went to visit her in Germany, but living in San Diego currents are far and few between. I just found and some and I am so excited to make this cake! It sounds just like my dear Oma’s. ☺️

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