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Cake Aux Marrons, Aux Noix Et Aux Pommes

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Cake Aux Marrons, Aux Noix Et Aux Pommes

  • Veg
  • 1 hr
  • Serves 2
  • Easy



Cake Aux Marrons, Aux Noix Et Aux Pommes is another popular cake in the long list of delicious French cakes that the world drools over. The apple-walnut-chestnut combination makes this cake a perfect dessert for any occasion.

It can be served for breakfast, brunch, dessert, or just about at any other time of the day when you’re craving for something sweet.

Here’s the easy and delicious apple cake recipe with walnuts and chestnuts!

Health Benefits

Just like all other cakes, this cake has a unique composition of calories and fats. However, the three major ingredients i.e. apples, walnuts, and chestnuts make it relatively healthy.

Who doesn’t know how beneficial apples are? They are packed with important nutrients and antioxidants and so they reduce the risk of cancer, hypertension, diabetes, and heart diseases. Due to their overpowering health benefits, apples are also known as ‘miracle food’.

Both walnuts and chestnuts have numerous health benefits for our brains, reproductive system, and our hearts. They also control cholesterol and blood-sugar levels and have cancer-fighting properties. These nuts make our immune system stronger too.

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How to Make Cake Aux Marrons, Aux Noix Et Aux Pommes

  1. Take a TH bowl and add eggs and sugar and whip on V4 for a few seconds so that the mixture whitens.
  2. Incorporate all the ingredients except wedges and walnuts.
  3. Put TH V4 on 15 seconds.
  4. Take a salad bowl and dispense the dough into it. Include the nuts and apples and mix well.
  5. Take a mold or a plate and put the dough in/on it.
  6. Let cook for 45 minutes at 180 ° C.
  7. Serve!


  • There are over 7,500 varieties of apples grown around the world, meaning if you try to eat one type of apple each day, it will take you 20 years to try them all.
  • Since the 1860s, walnuts have only been commercially grown in the US. Today, California-grown walnuts account for 99 percent of the total walnut supply in the U.S!

A chestnut tree has an average lifespan of 200 to 800 years, depending upon the species that it is.


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