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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.

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.

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

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.

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

This is my favourite cake recipe. It's easy to make and absolutely delicious. For an elegant appearance, I use a round baking dish and arrange the apple slices in concentric circles, starting from the outer edges of the cake. Left over cinnamon-apples are

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.

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