4 Reviews

very easy and not too sweet. It was a big hit this thanksgiving.

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Peewee deluxe November 23, 2007

This was very good, but I don't know if I'll make it again as it does have a lot of sugar. I did sprinkle 1 Tbsp. of cinnamon sugar on the top, and I think that really helped. I served them to some friends who are all trying to lose weight. Everyone was reluctant to try one as they were kind of crumbly. They all ate one and said they were very good for being so healthy, but no one wanted to take any home. I used 4 heaping cups of diced Granny Smith apples.

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ShaGun June 09, 2005

This cake was tasty, but the apples on top that didn't fit into the batter got kind of dried out and rubbery. I did push them down into the batter, but there just wasn't enough to cover. I had 5 apples, but it made about 7 cups chopped and there was no way they'd all fit, so I probably put in 4 1/2- 5 cups.

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wife2abadge May 31, 2005

Five stars do not do this cake justice. THE BEST apple cake I ever ate!! All the apples really make the cake moist and sooooo good. You didn't specify what kind of oil, so I used Flax/Borage (I figure might as well be as healthy as possible, right?) and extra cinnamon. Also used the sucant. Smelled so good baking I had to try a piece while warm, and it surly didn't dissapoint. Thanks for another wonderful recipe, Jenny.

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Miss Annie in Indy March 17, 2005
Lotsa Apples Apple Cake