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Washington Apple Cake

Washington Apple Cake recipe
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Here’s a cake George Washington would approve of. A moist apple cake served with sweet sour cream icing, this is a presidentially flavorful dessert.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
2 hr 25 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
4/7/2012
This was really really yummy! We couldn't wait for it to cool completely before we dug in. I used orange juice instead of the water on the icing. I cannot wait to make this again.
posted:
3/16/2012
had company for a week---made this cake & it staying fresh & moist the whole week! will make it frequently now!!!!
posted:
2/20/2012
I made this for my family and in-laws, cousins etc. They loved it and have repeatedly asked for it again. My mother is diabetic so I used sugar free cake mix and sugar free jello pudding and left off the icing/glaze on hers but it was just as good! I am getting ready to go get the ingrediants to make another for this weekend.
posted:
2/13/2012
This recipe was good, but it did not live up to what was written in the other reviews. Similar to the other reviews, my cake also stuck to the pan. I think that the apples were really too heavy to be suspended in the cake. I did like the flavors of the cake. Next time I'd try to do it with only 1 chopped up apple, and add in the walnuts like in the other reviews. This cake also tasted better after it sat for 2 days, and it definetly needs the sweet glaze.
posted:
12/11/2011
My husband chose this recipe for his Birthday cake. It was delicious. I used Roma apples because that's what I had on hand. I did have the problem with the cake sticking but I think it was due to the fact that I didn't get enough cooking spray in the pan. I would definitely make this again.
posted:
11/28/2011
This is a good cake. Made it for two family Thanksgiving desserts and everyone liked it. First time made it per recipe. Second time, used one less apple, added 3/4 cup pecans and more cinnamon (1+1/2 tsp). Liked it much better the second time.
posted:
11/23/2011
I tried this on the staff at the office and they loved it! I added some orange extract to the glaze. I used Honey Crisp apples. I'm baking it to take to Thanksgiving to join my pumpkin cheese cake and cranberry/orange cheese cake. I highly recomment this cake receipe!
posted:
11/22/2011
Lovely and very easy to make.
posted:
11/18/2011
Cake was very good. Only problem was cake kind of fell apart after i removed it from the pan. Any idea what might have caused this? I followed recipe to a tee...........
posted:
11/16/2011
This really was a wonderful recipe and a perfect way to use up those apples from the orchard! I baked it in a 9x13 pan, doubling the glaze, and added chopped walnuts on top. My husband also raved about it and all of his co-workers wanted the recipe!
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