Yummy! Easy to make and is good for both a desert and a morning coffee-type cake. Next time I will skip the glaze and just sprinkle a little powdered sugar over it. Thanks for posting.
Delicious cake! I love that it's not overly sweet and rich like some cakes. I appreciate the info. in the directions letting us know that the batter will look like peanut butter coated apples! I would've been a little concerned if not for the warning. It baked up beautifully! Thanks for posting.
I made this for brunch and it was a huge hit. I used fresh-picked Rubinette apples from our own tree, and I chose to shred/grate them rather than have apple chunks in the cake. I also added a tablespoon of Tahitian vanilla extract to the batter. After the cake had cooled, I brushed it twice with Grand Marnier and let it chill in the refrigerator overnight. The next morning I glazed it using Calvados (instead of water) mixed with confectioner's sugar. I candied several small Rubinettes to garnish. I am making it again today!
Baked for 50 minutes and cake was dry. Very disappointed I will not be using this recipe again
This was delightful, and different from most apple cakes. I especially liked that the directions were so spot-on, as the batter does have a peanut butter-like consistency. This cooked for less than an hour (more like 50 minutes) so pay attention. It was sweet enough, so I didn't have the heart to add the glaze. It certainly didn't need it. The wonderful flavor of the cake stands on its own. Made for Culinary Quest 2014.
WOW! This was soooo gooood and sooo moist! My DD prepared this cake and I'm proud of the result! She used fresh apples from the garden. A the mixture was ready to be filled, I though that the mold was too small, so we prepared 6 medium muffins as well (cooking time 25 minutes). Cake and muffins turned out well. For the glaze I used a simple brandy instead of water... yummy! Made for Culinary Quest 2014
Oh, my gosh, this is soooo good!!! Nice warm cinnamon caramel apple flavors& wonderful moist cake. I brought this to work this morning, one of my van pool friends went crazy over it, and it was half gone 5 minutes after I put it in the break room - the office looked empty but the heavenly smell drew people in! Several of us officially declared it fall after eating this :) Thanks Nan for sharing!!!! Made for the Cruisin Culinary Queens for the 2014 Culinary Quest
Wonderful, easy cake, full of apples! I don't even peel the apples, I just slice them thin, and you can't tell-added fiber and vitamins! Anniek36, maybe you didn't use two sticks of butter? I almost made that mistake when I read the recipe the first time! :) Try this one-it's a great recipe, and you don't even need to use a mixer! The two sticks of butter and the four eggs make it taste like caramel, cinnamon and apples! Perfect!
Ok this recipe i am going to have to try again! because with all the great reviews i must have done something wrong .... my cake came out kinda dry im not sure if maybe i over baked it not sure what happened but before i give an accurate rating i need to re make it! lol...ill keep you posted *UPDATE* had a piece the next day an believe it or not it wasnt as dry lol dont know what happened but it was much better the second day! i am still gonna try this recipe again!
This cake is very moist. It is deceptive during mixing because it appears to thick. But.... it came out moist and delicious. The bundt pan that I have is not very deep so I had to split it with a loaf pan. Both turned out wonderfully