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I have made this twice now. Delicious recipe. I made it exactly as described. Two large Granny Smith apples makes about a pound. Let the caramel sit for 30-45 minutes to thicken so that it sticks better when you pour.

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Elisabeth W. November 04, 2014

This recipe is a total winner. Just make sure to let the cake really cool or it will stick! So moist!

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joe_barboza December 20, 2012

Flipped it out of the bunt pan early and some got stuck, but it was delicious!

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ColleenInOregon January 02, 2011

In our annual office Christmas gift exchange, I always give baked goods. One per season. For my fall offering, I made this cake. It was perfect. Nice and fall like. My gift recipient loved it! I used granny smith apples and followed the recipe although, I wondered about the brown sugar amount; it states 1-1/4 cup in ingredients and 1 cup in the directions. I used the 1=1/4. Thanks for another winner, kitten. Sue

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SweetSueAl October 12, 2008

I've made this twice in the past week! Very moist, tasty, the glaze soaks into the cake and adds a caramel apple flavor to it. I didn't have any idea how many apples make 1 lb., so I cut up 3 cups of apples. I substituted applesauce for the vegetable oil, and the second time I made this recipe, I substituted 1 cup of whole wheat flour for 1 cup of the flour that the recipe called for. Still just as tasty!

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rhondalynne October 07, 2007
Apple Bundt Cake With Caramel Glaze