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easy to make and very good with cream or custard
I looooove apple cake. So when this one came to me in a publication from the Bucoda Improvement District, I tagged it immediately. Have not made it yet but certainly have added it to the list.
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This is a traditional German recipe. It is considered a 'cake' there, but more akin to what we know as bars.
My mother sent me this unusual recipe back in the 70's. I was baking rolls in a health food restaurant at the time. The restaurant wanted me to come up with a dessert for the menu, so I made my mother's recipe using wholewheat flour, turbinado sugar and or
This is a moist and delicious cake, and very easy to make. Our church used to have an international dinner every January, and I took this one year. It was a big hit! I've made it several times since. Recipe is from The Best of Mennonite Fellowship Meals.
Chock-full of grated apples and chopped walnuts, this is a wonderfully dense and moist cake.It is especially delicious at the height of apple season, however, it is so tasty that I'm sure that you'll want to make it year round.
Rich-tasting, fast, and ridiculously easy. I don't remember where I got this recipe originally; there are a couple of similar ones here on the site, but I think the addition of spices and milk in this version makes for a more complex, moister cake. This is
From Southern Living.
Epicurious | October 2000 The World of Jewish Desserts This is one of the many types of apple cake popular throughout central Europe. I have seen apple cakes, a traditional Rosh Hashannah dessert, served on Sabbath and holiday tables from Israel to Austral
YUMMY! An apple-based pecan pudding that can be enjoyed served warm! This is an old-fashioned pudding dessert that can be a great finale to any meal. We always look forward to the special cinnamon apple flavor.