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    Do you like baked apples? Do you like cake? Then you will love this treat. This cake will make a wonderful dessert or a different treat for an afternoon break. I use very small apples for this cake. I love the baked apples flavours in combination with a more dry texture of the cake. The cake is not overly sweet and will take up any juices from the apples. The taste of the slightly tart apples, which are still a bit firm after baking and the fluffy texture of the cake is great. The apples are stuffed with my favorite combination of marzipan, raisins and rum. If you want to make it for kids, you can sub the rum (see note on this). Hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

    Recipe #197330

    3 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Fancy shmancy, but very easy to make. Very MiddleEastern/Mediterranean! You can serve it as a fruity appetizer or as a dessert.

    Recipe #62519

    Here is a recipe that I have made many times.

    Recipe #828

    Posted by request; from a Bisquick cookbook. This sounds soooo good, I've gotta make it for my Sunday dinner group soon! ** Note 4 hours of cooking time is FREEZING time.

    Recipe #102153

    1 Reviews |  By Kim127

    This comes from Cooking Light. I have not made this yet. I am posting for the Zaar World Tour 2006. Prep time does not include chill time for cherry topping, but it can chill while the cheesecake is baking.

    Recipe #171236

    54 Reviews |  By Redsie

    What a cake!! DELICIOUS! Not too sweet - not too heavy - just perfect for Summer! And the glaze is to die for!! Can't wait to make it again! I adapted this recipe from a Family Circle magazine where it was named "The Best Bundt Cake Ever"!! and I believe it's true!!

    Recipe #176927

    This is a recipe that was given me by a friend from South Africa. There is nothing complicated or sophisticated about it. Maybe that's why it tastes so good. Be sure to make this if you have kids.

    Recipe #61828

    10 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Here's a copycat recipe worth keeping!

    Recipe #68505

    A wonderful recipe using fresh strawberries from Netherhill Strawberry Farm in Australia. This recipe also yields a tried and true (and reviewed) great Blueberry & Cream Bread.

    Recipe #121490

    Southern Living. Always served for Thanksgiving dinner.

    Recipe #28758

    I found this recipe in a magazine several years ago and finally made it last month. It is a very pretty gingerbread cake that tastes delicious.

    Recipe #83546

    Absolutely the most delicious, moist cake ever with a decadent topping. Very simple to make, my family just loves this!

    Recipe #98869

    Courtesy of Gourmet Magazine. This is like a cross between pumpkin pie and flan. It is easy to make and looks impressive. You can use recipe #78053 or recipe #108469 for the whipped cream. Prep time includes refrigeration.

    Recipe #181973

    18 Reviews |  By Lennie

    One of my favourites to make during the holidays.

    Recipe #12910

    You can substitute another fruit for the apples, such as cherries, pears, or apricots. Posted for ZWT 2006.

    Recipe #175891

    I love making this and putting different fillings etc in it...such buns are extremely popular in Asia

    Recipe #179987

    9 Reviews |  By Mirj

    When mangoes are in season this is one of the first things I make with them. It's an impressive dessert, worth the extra effort.

    Recipe #15291

    15 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Tes Leches translates to 3 milks which make this so very moist! I add hazelnut creamer to the 3 milks so I thought I should name it Cuatro Leches. You will not be disappointed. This looks hard but is a very easy cake and well worth it.

    Recipe #117503

    This came from Diane Mott Davidson's book "Dying for Chocolate", and was "created" by caterer Goldy Bear. These were a hit last Thanksgiving.

    Recipe #114628

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