Louise's warm caramel apple tart

As promised on our newsletter: the first installment of favourite recipes by members of the congregation.. Louises famous appel tart!  Louise has been making this tart for years and has been enjoyed by many after church with tea.  Louise claims this the only cake she has ever baked, and that you can't go wrong with it!  And it is delicious.. I made it for the Church Finance meeting yesterday, and it was a hit.
2 eggs
50ml milk
350ml self raising flour
pinch of salt
250ml  caster sugar
2T melted butter
1 tin (410g) unsweetend cooking appels
{ you can also use 3 or 4 fresh apple, peeled, cored and diced or sliced into wedges}
Heat the oven to 180 degrees celcius.
Smear some butter on your baking dish.

Beat the eggs and sugar.  Then add the milk and the melted butter.

Sift the flour and salt together, and slowly incorporate with the egg mixture.

Louise suggests dicing the apples and then mixing it with the dough, and the pouring and spreading it evenly in you baking dish.  Though she says you could also first pour the dough in your baking dish, and then place apple wedges ontop of the dough.

Bake for 25 minute, or until a light golden brown.

Next you need to make the syrup.  For this you will need:
150ml cream
200ml sugar
1t caramel essence
Place all the ingredients into a small pot, and simmer over a low heat. 

When the sugar has melted, pour evenly over entire, warm tart, so that it can soak in.

Slice, plate and serve with some whipped cream and tea!