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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.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
2 hr 15 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
9/13/2005
I made the cake for a party last night and everyone loved the cake! So moisted and full of favor with the apples, I only used 2. I waited to put the caramel till right before serving. I can't wait to make it again.
posted:
9/13/2005
after sharing with neighbors & co-workers, i'll need to make another one. very moist & the choice of apples was right on - they kept their texture nicely. i added a bit of cinnamon only because i can't bring myself to cook apples without it
posted:
9/13/2005
This was an excellent cake. So easy and moist!
posted:
9/13/2005
Everyone loved this one. I cooled & stirred the toppling longer then 10 minutes so it was a little thicker. Next time I'll add some chopped pecans to the mix.
posted:
9/13/2005
I've made this twice and both times everyone raved about it! The only problem is that the caramel runs off of the cake or soaks in very quickly (but not to the point that the cake is mushy). Everyone just spooned the caramel off the bottom of the cake plate...they still enjoyed it!
posted:
9/12/2005
I made this cake for a dinner party - it was a success. The cake was entirely gone within 10 minutes. I waited to make the caramel drizzle until almost time to serve. Everyone at the party requested a copy of the recipe. It is a moist cake, no more dry cakes YEAH!!!, and wonderful!!!! Absolutely loved at my house.
posted:
9/12/2005
After reading all the glowing reviews, I was extremely disappointed in this cake. I followed the directions to the T. First of all, the cake stuck in the pan. I thought maybe I just didn't grease and flour the pan well. But after the bottom of the cake came out, the top fell out pretty much in one piece. The caramel sauce was a bother to make. After drizzling on the topping, I cut a piece and hoped for the best. Like I said before, disappointing. The cake itself was bland and the only thing the apples did was make the cake soggy. I made this cake last night and after coming home from work this afternoon, I found that the caramel had soaked into the cake, making it even more soggy. What a waste of time and ingredients. I can't even think of any improvements that would make this cake better. I'll keep looking.
posted:
9/12/2005
My friend served this at a dinner party, all there loved it. It was a big hit.
posted:
9/12/2005
Delicious. I added chopped pecans and cinnamon to mine and omitted the caramel. My whole family is begging for me to make it again!
posted:
9/12/2005
This cake is very moist with an almost pound-cake like flavor without all of the weight. I tried subsituting sugar-free instant vanilla pudding and it turned out great if you like desserts that are not too sweet, but just sweet enough. This goes great with coffee or as a company dessert.
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