By HeatherFeather on April 08, 2003
"A former neighbor of mine & I were trying out recipes from some newly acquired military community cookbooks we had "won" together on Ebay. My neighbor found this recipe in one called "Recipes on Parade:Desserts" and since we both had a copy of the cookbook, we both tried it out - and loved the recipe. You would serve this scooped into a bowl, garnished with a little shredded cheddar and whipped cream, or as my neighbor preferred, some vanilla ice cream. This tastes best warm. This is called a "cake" but is not a typical slicing cake."
Serving Size: 1 (58 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 9
"...and we do not put eggs or pecan's in the apple cake either"
"This was a light and fluffly cake. Very small though! serving nine ppl would be a stretch I guess. I used the 9' square glass pan, and got incredibly "short" cake. So I served them stacked up (2 layers) with some whipped cream in the middle. Love the cheese (nobody could guess what the "special flavouring" was)! Unlike traditional apple cakes, it doesn't weight you down after after a hearty meal (ie. if you can resist a second serving :)"