Looks Fabulous – can you post the weight version of the recipe- we have a scale and find baked goods extra wonderful when you weigh the ingredients out! Thanks!
This cake look so beautiful, and I love, love the recipe card you made. Super idea!!!
I think I need this now : )
Suprised that you use caster sugar for the cake….it isn't widely available in Norway. It is called Engelsk sukker (English sugar). Most Norwegians use normal granulated sugar for baking. I seek out caster sugar myself because I'm an expat Brit and it is what I am used to using:)
Hi guys, this cake looks awesome, but could you put up the weights as well as the americanised version? Its a lot easier for me than googling what a stick of butter is!
hello from Australia =]
I bet this would be wonderful with pears! Either way, I'm definitely going to make it. Thanks for sharing!
hi there – does it have to be margarine? or can it be butter?
I've just got to have that lovely shaped bakeware. Could you please tell me where you purchased it?
Whoa! that looks delicious! Thank you for sharing the recipe! Looks easy!
Looks delicious! And I'm in love with your pan. Where did you get it?
Can you please tell where you got that "Starbucks" blender?
YES! I have been wanting a pretty dish to make for special occasions! Its even better because I am mostly Norwegian and Swedish. I am with Lisa on your dish…Were can I get it?!!
I got the cute dish from a place here called Tai Pan Trading 🙂
I got it from Tai Pan trading!
I think butter would work just fine, but I haven't tried it. I can't see why it would make a huge difference. Margarine does contain more water, but I'd love to know if you try it!
I would love to have your pan! It will simplify everything…
I like your cute dishes and bowls, are they from Tai Pan as well?
I made this cake with butter, granny and gala apples and regular granulated sugar and it was really good!! And so easy to make!! thanks for the recipe!!
I made this tonight and it turned out amazing! Didn't have the whipped cream or ice cream though 🙁
Too funny- the husband and I thought this was a spin on our last name- Magney. His family is from Sweden many moons ago.
Made the cake today with Gala apples, butter and regular granulated sugar. I also "greased" the pan with butter and a light dusting of granulated sugar. It turned out delicious! My husband Bart lived in Norway for 15 years, and he said this is the best apple cake he has ever tasted, and he was a self proclaimed Norwegian apple cake connoisseur extraordinaire!
Glad you liked it! I will let my mother-in-law know!
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