Disappearing Apple Cake

Disappearing Apple Cake created by Nif_H

Every time I make this super-moist yummy cake it disappears in record time! The phrase that I usually hear when someone tries some for the first time is, "Oh my goodness, what is this stuff?!!" ...as they reach for another piece!

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Grease and flour 13x9 inch pan.
  • Peel and slice the apples. Slices can be 1/8 of an inch or so.
  • Stir lemon juice into apples and let sit while you prepare the rest of the cake.
  • Combine eggs, sugar, oil and vanilla.
  • Combine dry ingredients and add to batter.
  • Stir in apples.
  • Spread into 13x9 pan and bake at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes or until center of cake is set.
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"Every time I make this super-moist yummy cake it disappears in record time! The phrase that I usually hear when someone tries some for the first time is, "Oh my goodness, what is this stuff?!!" ...as they reach for another piece!"

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  1. Kim S.
    I made this as written for a friend who needed some love. She asked for the recipe--so I know it was great. Mine looked pretty good, I thought. It smelled AMAZING!
  2. cathyfood
    This is exactly like the apple cake my grandma made and passed down to my mom and then to me (and I'm 62 y.o.!) It is not the most beautiful cake, and often when I would take one to work the first comments were "what is that? Is it....dessert?" Then once they tasted it, BOOM! It is the most requested cake I make. If you want a pretty, decorative cake, and don't care what it tastes like, make something else. But if you want a delicious, moist, spicy cake that is homey and actually pretty healthy, go with this apple cake. Believe me, it will disappear!
  3. loveinmylife
    This is good, but very unsightful. Once you get past the appearance, then the taste is great. However, I would not serve at a party or such. However, this is great for close friends and family.
  4. pumacreek
    I made this with whole wheat pastry flour - 2 T less flour per cup flour called for in recipe. I used sucanat for the sugar. Very light texture, not too sweet. I think it would go well with a hot orange or lemon sauce. Wonderful food.
  5. Dories Lori
    I just loved this concept of lots of apples held together by some cake! I didn't rate with stars, as I made significant "healthy" changes. My changes were to use all white whole wheat flour, sub the 1/2 cup oil with 1/2 cup of applesauce, and use only 1 1/2 cup sugar. I am sure the texture wasn't as light as the original, but no matter - still it was delicious, and everyone ate it up. I will make this cake again and again - and I might even try 7 cups of apples next time, maybe with a sprinkle of cinnamon-sugar on the top. I used empire apples, and did add the nuts, and that was a great combo. Thanks for this great recipe to inspire me!
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