201 Reviews

Its not a fancy cake, but it sure is easy, quick and tasty. I served it at home as a snack with coffee. Beats buying it at a local coffee shop. Thank you for the posting.

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Cristina Barry December 21, 2009

Very easy and tasty! Made mine gluten-free by using 1.5 c brown rice flour and 1/2 c tapioca starch. Next time I would add 1-2 tsp xanthan gum in addition. I used maple syrup in place of sugar, and an extra 1/2 cup of apples (didn't peel the apples).

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francoroni December 08, 2009

Very easy and yummy! I'm Vegan and don't use eggs or dairy so I sub'd the eggs with flaxseeds. (1 egg=1tb ground flaxseed & 3tb water, simmered 5 min and cooled). I also pureed my pineapple and apples rather than chunked and it still came out good.

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The Veganista November 28, 2009

The bad news - I can't stop eating it. The good news - it' delicious AND easy. Who knew that was possible. I made a few changes. I added 1/2 cup of oil and 1/4 cup of apple sauce to make it a bit more on the healthy side. Also, due to my 4-year-old's diabetes, I wanted her to be able to eat this without it taking her sugar through the roof - so I substituted the 2 cups of sugar that it called for, for one cup Splenda, and 1 cup of regular sugar. DELICIOUS. I'm on my way to make it again because I'm taking it to a get-together tonight. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe. However, my hips do not thank you. ;-)

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mrsb2780 November 21, 2009

I made this because I had apples that I needed to use, but didn't have any brown sugar. Man, it was good. It makes a big 9x13 pan, so we weren't able to finish it all. Thank you!

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Marjorie D. October 29, 2009

Very good it only lasted a day and a half in my house... I had a piece warm out of the oven and a second a day later from the refrigerator and personally I thought it was better the second day. But very good.

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eagle420t October 25, 2009

This was good but a bit too oily. I would cut down to 1/2 cup next time and see how that works.

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mandikaake October 20, 2009

I've been making apple things all week, trying to make use of our apple-picking yield. I saw this recipe and thought it sounded great--it had so many glowing reviews! Unfortunately, we were a little disappointed, even though I followed the recipe to the letter. The first day I made it, I thought it tasted a little too eggy. It was somewhat better the second day, but I still didn't have many takers here, and I ended up throwing away a good portion of it, which I don't like to do. I guess it's just not our taste--it wasn't bad, we just weren't dazzled, and I don't think I'll be making this again.

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Bunny Slippers October 18, 2009

Wow! This cake is unreal! I'm not a huge fan of any type of apple dessert, but this is amazing. We went apple picking and had to use up some apples and I'm so glad we have a lot of apples left so I can make more. This is sweet, crunchy and moist all at once. Thank you!

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MichelleMyBell October 13, 2009

Very good! I used applesauce instead of oil and apple pie spice instead of cinnamon. YUMMY. Thank you!

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SuzySchool October 12, 2009
German Apple Cake