Apple/Cinnamon Cake With 5 Ingredients
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- Ready In:
- 1 yellow cake mix (cheaper the better)
- 2 large eggs
- 1 (21 ounce) can apple pie filling
- cinnamon-sugar mixture
- Pour the dry cake mix in a bowl.
- Add eggs and apple pie filling (guess you could use other flavors as well).
- Mix with mixer for 2 minutes.
- Pour 1/2 the batter in a lightly greased 9x13-inch pan.
- Sprinkle with cinnamon/sugar mix.
- Repeat with remaining batter and end with.
- cinnamon/sugar mix.
- Bake at 350° for approximately 35 minute or until toothpick comes out clean.
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I made this for guests last night and it was a HUGE hit! I added some cinnamon to the dry cake mix as suggested, and I mixed the batter by hand to keep the apple pieces intact. I baked in a bundt pan (took 42 mins), and before serving topped it with the caramel glaze from recipe #185528. SO easy and delicious! I will definitely make this again!
I really liked this. I will say after reading reviews about apple texture I opted not to use the mixer to avoid breaking down the apples. My girls complained so next time, I will surely use the mixer. I did add a generous handful of walnuts and even my mother in law liked it. Super simple. Great go-quick dessert option. I will definitely make this again.
How much easier can it possibly get? Outstanding recipe! My apples were nicely distributed and not too chopped up at all. However I used "Comstock Apple Pie Filling" which contains more apples than other brands. Thanks for such an easy, good dessert. I served it with a dab of 'French Vanilla Cool Whip".
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