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Not only does this dish fill your home with a tantalizing aroma as it bakes, it also follows through with a delicious taste. This was extremely easy to prepare, with ingredients already on hand. I used 2 normal-sized Granny Smith apples, which worked well. I served it at room temperature, with vanilla ice cream, and it was a big hit with my family. My only change was to bake it at 325F (I was using a glass dish). This will become a regular dessert in my house, I'm sure!
My 12 year old son made this and it was A big hit with the whole family
This was really good and eaten up really fast. I didnt have any lemon juice but it was still yummy.
This is so good!We loved the thick sauce on the bottom.Thanks for the recipe.We will be making it a lot.
I made this from bisquick's newsletter, which I also get, it is wonderful. One word of caution, I didn't have the right sized pan so put it in a round one, well....... big mistake, it bubbled over and I lost a lot of the sauce, but..... it was still tasty and my family wants me to make it again. I pretend it is hard...... lol. Very good and supremely easy.
I loved this but I doubled the amount of apples and thought it was better. Next time I might reduce the white sugar as well but overall it was great topped with vanilla ice cream!
This was a hit at the office. I took this and pumpkin bars with cream cheese frosting and this was gone in 1/2 the time. Recipes was extremely easy. I didn't make any changes to the recipe - although next time I may do the apples as more of a dice to make it easier to slice. This one is a keeper.
This is very good cake, and weird. It so works. I must say I had my doubts about caramel sauce.... The only thing I think I would do differently, is put the apples in the bottom, so you get a ooey gooey apple caramel sauce. Otherwise, FANTASTIC. Thanks.
Thank you for posting this recipe! I too cut it out from a bisquick ad and lost it. I also find it a bit sweet but just right by cutting the sugar as suggested (1/3 c. granulated, 2/3 c brown sugar).
We really liked this too. I must say I found it a bit too sweet, but I'll definitely make this again, reducing the sugar in the cake to 1/3 instead of 2/3s cup and going with the full 3/4 cup of brown sugar.