Jewish Apple Cake (Dairy Free) - Austrian Apple Cake
A lush, fruity and spicy delight from Vienna in the 19th century
Juicy and spicy apple cake from an old Jewish recipe dating back to 18th century Vienna. Dairy-free as kosher cooking commanded at the time – the butter is replaced by sunflower seed oil. Deliciously scrumptious and intense while still fruity and light.
A special Apple cake - perfect for any occasion
Whether it's a celebration or just a cozy moment, our apple cake is your go-to treat. Enjoy it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or a dollop of fresh cream. It's a slice of Austria that adds warmth and nostalgia to your table.
Allergens: gluten, eggs. For more information on allergens click here to see our allergens info page.
Ingredients: Flour, Eggs, Caster Sugar, Vegetable Oil, Baking powder, Vanilla, Apples, apricot jam (apricots, fructose, glucose, pectin, citric acid, ascorbic acid), cinnamon
Our cakes are made fresh with no preservatives. For better tasting cakes, please keep refrigerated and consume within 5 days of receiving delivery.
Frequently Asked Questions
All our cakes are made fresh to order in our London kitchen and have at least 3 days shelf life when they arrive. Less creamy ones like the Linzer or Sachertorte will last even longer (over 6 days)
Once the temperature rises over the summer months in the UK, we begin to send ice packs in parcels to keep cakes cool.
Most of our cakes can be frozen as a whole or in pieces. We do not recommend freezing the creamy cakes like Esterhazy, Maronitorte and Cheesecake though.
Yes, please refrigerate all cakes to ensure they stay fresh for as long as possible.