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Cinnamon bun mud cake
Cinnamon bun mud cake
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It's commonly known that Sweeds love their cinnamon buns as well as a sticky mud cake. This is a homemade combination between them both called cinnamon bun mud cake. It taste as a cinnamon bun but the texture is a sticky mud cake. To make it look more like a cinnamon cake you can decorate it with decoration sugar.

Ingredient List for 8 servings:
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120 gr Salted Butter
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3 Eggs
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125 gr Sugar
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1 teaspoon Vanilla sugar
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1,5 teaspoon Cinnamon powder
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0,5 teaspoon Cardamom powder
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120 gr Almond flour
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120 gr Gluten free flour
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1 tablespoon Bread crumbs

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40 gr Salted butter
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1 tablespoon Cinnamon powder
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1 tablespoon Sugar

Oven temperature:
175 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Start the oven at 175 degrees Celsius.
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Start to melt the butter to the cinnamon swirl in a casserol, add the sugar and the cinnamon and stir tigether. Take away the casserole from the stow and let it rest while you prepare the rest.
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Butter a baking form, and sprinnkle the breadcrumbles over the butter.
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Melt the butter for te mud cake in a casserole, and add the rest of the ingredints in the casserole and stir together.
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Pour the mudcake mixture in the baking form.
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Pour the swirl mixture gently in the baking form, and take a knife to drag back and fourth the batter to get a nice pattern.
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Place the cake in the middle of the oven for 15 minutes.
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Take it out and serve it half warm or cold together with whipped cream.
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