Apple and Fudge Bundt


So my latest bundt cake took inspiration from our apple tree.  It’s the second year we’ve had our tree and it grows in a big pot on our patio.  We bought our tree from B Whiteley Farm in Pudsey on the advice of the very lovey VIcky.

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I saw this yoghurt in Morrisons and felt a cake idea come to life using some of our home grown apples and another of my favourite ingredients… fudge.

337 g butter

675 g golden caster sugar

6 medium eggs

525 g plain flour

3/4 tsp bicarbonate of soda

3/4 tsp salt

525 g thick apple and cinnamon yoghurt

1 1/2 tsp vanilla extract

2 medium apples (250g), peeled, cored and chopped into small pieces

100 g fudge, chopped into small pieces


Preheat the oven at 170 degrees

Oil and flour your bundt tin – this is one of the most important steps!

Cream the butter and sugar together

Add the eggs one at a time

Add one third of the dry ingredients

Add half the yoghurt

Add one third of the dry ingredients

Add the rest of the yoghurt

Coat the fudge and apple in the remainder of the dry ingredients

Add the apple/fudge mix and fold in gently through the batter

Carefully spoon into your bundt tin

Bake for 1 1/2 hours

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Delicious on it’s own or with cream or custard as a dessert.

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I used my anniversary Nordic Ware tin to bake this bundt.

The bundt recipe I used for inspiration was Rachel’s Springtime Strawberry Bundt  Rachel’s yoghurt bundts are perfect for using with flavours and fruit of your choice.


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