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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.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
2 hr 15 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
9/28/2005
This was so good! I added 1 tsp of cinnamon like another readrer suggested. It seems like a lot of apples but when they cook it is the perfect amount so don't be afraid. I let the caramel topping sit for 30 minutes but it still didn't look as thick as the cake on the picture. Didn't matter because it still tasted great!
posted:
9/28/2005
My Mom and I had a blast making this cake for dinner dessert! Although, prep time is probably 30min, not 15min, and you could probably cut down the apples from 3 to 2, we highly recommend it! Also, I added just a touch of vanilla to the recipe to enhance the flavor (We just love vanilla!) Rave reviews! Great for the fall season!
posted:
9/27/2005
I've made this twice already - we loved it! I did make a couple of changes - I added half a bag of toffee bits to the batter, and I used about 30-35 caramels (same amount of milk, though) for the caramel sauce. I also let the caramel sauce sit for quite a while to thicken up so it wouldn't just soak into the cake or run down the sides. Keep refrigerated to keep the caramel in place.
posted:
9/27/2005
I thought I would try this because it looked so simple. From now on when they say bring a dessert, this is what I'm going to take. My ten year old son helped chop the apples and mix and of course he helped with the caramels. My picky 12 year old even liked it. It's a keeper in our family.
posted:
9/27/2005
I made this cake for a bake sale. It had to be cut into slices because so many people wanted to try it. It was super easy to make. I did tweek the recipe a bit: I only added 2 apples instead of three and I omited the caramels and milk and used the caramel apple dip you can find in the produce section instead.
posted:
9/26/2005
A simple recipe that was delicious. The cake was extremely moist. Everyone at the enjoyed it.
posted:
9/26/2005
MY FAMILY LOVED THIS RECIPE. THIS CAKE WAS DELICIOUS. I ALSO SHARED THIS ONE WITH A FEW FRIENDS AND FAMILY MEMBERS.
posted:
9/26/2005
It was as easy and delicious as the article boasted. For those who don't like caramel, I offered caramel sundae sauce on the side.
posted:
9/26/2005
Recipe was very simple to make and everyone loved it. Very moist and delicious. Make sure you refridgerate unused portions as it is very moist and will develop mold quickly if left out for a few days.
posted:
9/26/2005
Very moist and delicious!
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