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Moist Caramel Apple Cake

Moist Caramel Apple Cake recipe
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Inspired by a childhood favorite, this recipe reinvents the caramel apple as a cake, with fresh, tangy chopped apples baked into a treat that’s a whole lot easier to eat.
15 min
2 hr 15 min
16 servings
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Served this to a group of friends and they thought it was great. I have now made it several times. I have used a carmel cake mix and a spice cake mix instead of the yellow cake mix. I have also added a cup of chopped wallnuts. Save a few to sprinkle over the sauce. I have also added on square of Baker's Semi-Sweet chocolate to the carmel sauce. Served with French Vanilla Cool Whip. Also found that leaving the cake sit for one day really enhances the flavor
Super easy, super moist and super delicious!
I made this cake for a birthday at work and everyone raved at how good it was. It definitely is a keeper!
I made this for a church potluck, where it was a big hit. Since I had some left over, I took the girls at work a slice. They all loved it. This recipe is easy. I used caramel syrup instead of melting caramels simply to save time. This cake is better the second day and still better the third. My daughter is a caramel lover. I plan to pass this on to her and also make one for her birthday, which is coming up. I will definitely make this again. It's great!
To much yellow cake taste, and not enoug apple. Definetly would wand to consider maybe adding either cinnamon, or some sort of other spice to it.
Just a few recommendations gleaned from my experience: Caramel sundae sauce is easier for the glaze. Don't skimp on apples -- it seems like a lot at first but the amount is just right. Braeburn apples have more apple-y flavor. Consider adding a tsp each of vanilla extract and cinnamon to bring out the apple flavor. Plate after the initial 20 min cooling - this is too fragile for a cooling rack. Consider substituting different flavors cake mix or pudding for a more interesting layering of flavors. (butter pecan cake mix with cheesecake flavored pudding would be yummy)
This cake was easy to make and it was delicious!! Got many compliments. It is a good cake for the fall season, but would be enjoyed anytime of the year. It was very moist and the caramel topping gave it a very nice flavor, too.
We have a meeting once a month at work, I always bring a dessert. I had just received my Kraft Food and Family Magazine at home, saw this recipe decided to make it. It went over so well, that one of the women ask for the recipe. I told her she already had it, it was in her Kraft Magazine.
I made this for a group of friends and they all really liked it. I did have to micro the carmels a bit longer for them to get hot enough to melt because I could not get them to mix together with the milk. Once that was done i do suggest letting them cool because it is really messy and alot of the carmel ends up on the plate. Enjoy!! I will make again
What a great cake! Everyone in my family loved it, including my picky 4-year-old. Got us in the mood for Fall and Halloween.
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