8 Reviews

This cake had really great flavor and was super easy to put together. The only thing I would advise is not to put it in a bundt pan. It completely collapsed, but that didn't stop us from eating it with our fingers.

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Bippie September 28, 2007

I visited Apple Hill last month and brought home several different types of apples. I found this recipe on the back of a plastic bag holding 5 LBS of Braeburn apples. I made this yesterday for a Baptism celebration at a friends house. Everyone loved this delicious cake. I was hearing a lot of mmm's and yums! I made a few changes to the recipe . I used a half cup of white sugar and a half cup of brown sugar. I also sifted my flour. I used a variety of braeburns, Fuji's and a variety that they sell at Apple Hill called Arkansas Black which is a crisp sweet and tart apple delish! I think by using the brown sugar it gave this cake a sticky gooey texture. Next time I will use all white sugar to compare. I made my cake in 2 round pans but I will use one round pan next time. I also made a Maple glaze that I drizzled in the middle of the cake. This recipe is so simple with outstanding results. Thanks for posting the recipe.

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SoCalCookerGal November 19, 2013

This is a family favorite! I make it every year we visit Apple Hill. I like to use a mix of Romes, Fujis, and Galas. I also go with 1 cup white sugar, 1 cup brown sugar. This cake's so good, my vegan daughter will cheat for a taste.

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The Rotund Chef October 25, 2011

This is a family favorite. I am glad the recipe is here so I don't lose it. It s great served with whipped cream or Cool whip.

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Chef Maria #2 December 24, 2009

Good stuff!

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GingerlyJ November 27, 2009

The flavor of this cake was terrific. However, it did not look like a cake. The top was so crusty that if I tried to cut it, the crust shattered, however it tasted good. The bottom seemed more like a thick bread pudding rather than a cake, but was also delicious. Actually the 2 different textures is part of what made it taste good, so we'll make this again and see how it turns out.

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lynnski / LA May 07, 2009

*Made for fall PAC 2007* Delicious! This cake goes together quickly and is full of wonderful flavor. My family loved this, of course they love my Apple Dessert recipe which this is very similar to. I used Golden Delicious apples, my preferred apple for baking. A definite keeper...thanks for sharing!

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Bayhill September 28, 2007

This recipe is a great quick fix and is perfect for fall occasions. Love it!

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debbie916 September 16, 2007
Apple Hill Cake