Almond Tea Cake

Almond Tea Cake created by stormylee

Oh - I just love, love, LOVE this recipe! They are so easy, have a divine almond taste and fantastic texture. The amount of extract may seem surprising, but let me assure you it works perfectly in these chewy, sweet bars. Yield is approx.

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  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Melt butter and then add sugar in a mixing bowl.
  • Beat in eggs one at a time.
  • Add extract.
  • Add flour and salt, mixing well.
  • Pour batter into a large cast-iron skillet (9-11") that has been lined with foil.
  • Sprinkle with almonds.
  • Bake for 30 minutes.
  • Cool completely and remove foil.
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"Oh - I just love, love, LOVE this recipe! They are so easy, have a divine almond taste and fantastic texture. The amount of extract may seem surprising, but let me assure you it works perfectly in these chewy, sweet bars. Yield is approx."
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  1. CarlaP
    Mmmmmm! Very good, and very easy. The house smelled divine while these were baking!! These remind me of cookies that my friend's family from the Netherlands used to make. Great chewy texture as well. I used a 9" cast iron skillet, but may try a bigger pan next time as they were a bit thicker than I expected. Overall, just wonderful!
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  2. rosealvarado
    So simple and easy to make! I didn't have almond extract or almonds on hand but I did add some mint extract and it had a great taste.
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  3. dusty AE
    This was so yummy, definitely a keeper. I just used my heavy frypan lined with alfoil and that worked really well.
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  4. PeachyBaker
    They were very good but for some reason they came out a bit mushy. I doubled the recipe and put them in a larger tin and they took over an hour to bake. Besides that people loved them and they do, in fact, taste good with tea. I added brown sugar and honey on top for an added touch. Thanks alot for this one.
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  5. stormylee
    Almond Tea Cake Created by stormylee
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