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    This came from Southern Living's September 2011 issue. I'm putting it here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #490843

    SO easy and good! This apple bundt cake is so moist and so dense! It is my go to cake recipe for down home comfort food. This is the recipe for you if you want an outstanding apple bundt cake that will turn into a family comfort favorite. Delicious warm with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream :D

    Recipe #361347

    I haven't tried this one yet, but it really looks good. From Great American Home Cooking (Collector's Edition 1998)

    Recipe #120611

    Combination of a few favorite recipes... might end up an embarrasment of riches (or too many good things in one), but posted to keep from losing.

    Recipe #489220

    This amazingly moist and delicious cake is adapted from a favorite family recipe of Bianca Henry, a New York pastry instructor. You'll need a thin skewer to poke holes in the cake. Serve the cake garnished with slices of peeled oranges macerated with a little sugar and rum. From Fine Cooking, issue #30.

    Recipe #187823

    This bundt cake comes out beautifully. The large flake coconut gives it texture with the pineapple and can be served as is or dusted with confectionery sugar on top. I almost want to top it with little drink umbrellas!

    Recipe #493615

    Even for a lazy baker like me this is easy and has a wonderful blend of flavors, which gets raves every time I make it.

    Recipe #212957

    3 Reviews |  By blucoat

    This recipe is for the famous Miss Grace Lemon Cake (which can be purchased online for about $30). It makes a fabulously moist, buttery cake with a dense poundcake-like crumb and a bright lemony flavour. It's even better a day or 2 after baking when the glaze has had a chance to fully moisten the cake. You can substitute the buttermilk with yogurt. Enjoy!

    Recipe #414677

    Recipe #77833

    Found this tasty adaptation of a circa 1992 Gourmet magazine recipe on www.joythebaker.com , a delightful blog up for an award for Best New Blog of 2009 on www.2009.bloggies.com . Give it a look & see whether you'd give her a vote (I did along with a vote for www.fark.com for the esteemed lifetime achievement award). She's got some tasty recipes for sure. Anyone resurrecting the much maligned American Bundt cake gets a hat tip from me anytime. I plan to make this & halve it immediately after cooling cake but before spooning on topping - will add topping to each half with the best looking one going IMMEDIATELY to dear neighbor's home as I strongly suspect this could become a main meal substitute if allowed to remain in toto in our house, LOL.

    Recipe #351858

    These pretty mini cakes are drizzled with a yummy lemon flavored glaze.

    Recipe #161316

    As in Graham Kerr, of course. Another of his recipes from his cookbook "Simply Splenda" published in 2004.

    Recipe #204127

    I got this cake recipe from my grand-daughter Amy. It is very moist and damn good with a cup of coffee. Note: I reduce oil to 1/4 cup and increase apple sauce to 3/4 cup. You can also use Splenda for Baking (use 3/4 splenda for baking, instead of the 1 1/2 cups sugar).

    Recipe #169814

    This is an easy one-bowl cake! For greasing pan see recipe#78579.

    Recipe #219987

    This is a rich and extremely moist coffee cake with a layering of walnuts and cinnamon in ribbons in the middle and on top of this cake. This cake can also be baked in a tube pan, see note on bottom. You will get many rave reviews when you serve this cake! You can also make this cake even without the apples, it is still great, but I think even better with the apples!

    Recipe #140244

    Saw this in the December 2007 Southern Living magazine and wanted to post it before I forgot which issue I saw it in. NOTE: Make sugar pecans ahead of time.

    Recipe #270699

    I love cakes that are simple to make.Less than $2.00 to make a medium sized bundt cake. I did not buy any cake mix when the kids were small. That was a luxury I could not afford. I used to use tang (a dry drink mix) mixed with water to make the juice. There is a ready supply of fresh oranges at any grocery store.Amazing isn't it to have almost any vegetable or fruit at your fingertips when you walk into a large grocery chain.This century is wonderful! Of course I used to use a coal and wood stove when power was out and I still have it for emergencies!If you want to use this cake for Christmas I have included optional ingredients.I use a bundt pan because there are no arguments about which piece is larger.(I bet that sounds familiar.)

    Recipe #173929

    I cannot remember where I found this recipe but it has been enjoyed many times. Uses whole berry cranberry sauce which gives the cake a pretty swirl effect. This works well served as a dessert or served during a brunch.

    Recipe #275268

    3 Reviews |  By Marz

    This is for coconut lovers, and the recipe produces a moist cake that can be easily made in one single bowl!

    Recipe #217229

    This cake is very easy to make. Looked delicious when I seen it made on TV everyone that tasted it said it was moist and yummy. The recipe comes courtsy KCRA TV and Apple Hill.

    Recipe #144495

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