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Moist Caramel Apple Cake

Moist Caramel Apple Cake recipe
photo by:kraft
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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Everyone loved this cake. Even the die hard chocolate cake lovers. I made it for my grandson's graduation and it was the first dessert to go.
This turned out so moist and yummy tasting. However because I could not find a spice cake mix at the store I had to go with the yellow and even after all was said and done including cinnamon and nutmeg and raisins added it still tasted like a vanilla cake. It's good but won't make it again until I can find the spice cake mix. Thanks for the recipe always fun to try new things.
This a great cake,I used caramel ice cream topping instead of caramels. It was neater.
Friends & family love this cake. I grated my apples, but added another twist to it, apples,cinnamon,nutmeg n2 another bowl until batter is ready ,than added the rest & bake for an hr.
need to dice apples smaller next time
With a little tweaking, this turned out to be a delicious recipe. I grated the apples so they were similar to applesauce in consistency and added a liberal teaspoonful of cinnamon to the mixture. I would recommend baking for a full hour. I also split the mixture to make cupcakes and a cake.
I followed the directions but my cake was a flop. After cooling the cake for 15 minutes in the pan, as directed, I loosened the sides of the cake from the pan and inverted onto a wire cooling rake and carefully lifed the pan. Part of the cake remained in the pan. Yes, the pan was well greased and floured. Then after topping with caramel, it was so difficult to cut because the caramel was sticky, it fell apart again while trying to slice! UGH! I don't know what went wrong....however it did taste GREAT!!!
Love this recipe! I grated the apples rather than dicing and I added a tsp of both cinnamon and nutmeg to the batter before baking. Made into muffins rather than one large cake, works much better and the individual muffins can be frozen and later thawed in the microwave and they taste like they just came out of the oven!
loved it:)
I make this cake about every other month. It's delicious. I use on of those soft pans that you just peel off, so it looks just like the picture every time. I don't actually melt the caramels, though. I just buy caramel topping and drizzle it on as we eat it.
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