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Kree this is very good, great apple taste and rich tasting. I used whatever apples I had left, it was a mix, apple juice for the OJ and I added some cinnamon to the flour when I dusted the pan. When I came out of the pan I brushed it with some melted butter and sprinkled with cinnamon sugar.....YUMMY....this is a great "Fall" recipes when the apples are in season!! TY
made this cake in such a short time it was hard to believe it tasted so good. Delicious Used MacIntosh Apples (8), but next time i will use 10 as it seemed to be a little skimpy. Baked it for 1-1/2 hrs and sprinkled with vanilla sugar. Thanks for this great recipe.
This is a wonderful,delicious way to use my abundant apples in the fall. I used 1/2 whole wheat flour,added a little orange peel to the batter,and substituted applesauce for 1/2cup of the oil.
This is also called "Jewish Apple Cake" and can be made with sugar subsitute and fat substitute if you prefer a lower fat or sugar-free version. It freezes wonderfully and I always use one or two extra apples.
Kree, this cake is delicious. I used a mix of Granny Smith and Gala apples. I substituted applesauce for 1/2 the oil and reduced the amount of sugar. The cake was very good despite the modifications. My family loved it. I'll definitely be making this recipe again. Thanks for posting it!
Kree, great fall cake that goes wonderfully well with a cup of coffee or tea...not too sweet. I followed Carob's alterations wrt the flour, applesauce and peel. I also cut the sugar by 1/4 cup like Brenda. I think I used bigger apples than the recipe called for cause I seemed to have way more apples than batter! The finished product was just perfect, though. I had to bake mine for 100 minutes...maybe because of the alterations. This was a big hit with my husband's family when I had them over last night for supper. Thanks for sharing, Kree! M&Mers
Kree, this cake was wonderful! The only change I made was to cut back on the sugar by 1/4 of a cup, and I used Five Alive juice! I used four large MacIntosh apples and four Granny Smith, and baked it for one hour and 15 minutes! I sifted some icing sugar over the top, just for looks! The end result was absolutely delicious! We don't like really sweet cakes and this was just perfect. I'll have to freeze half of it, otherwise, DH will just sit and eat the whole thing! I'll certainly be making this often, especially since it's apple season! Thanks for another great recipe, Kree!
*Pick Your Chef* Kree, this was delicious. Moist and flavorful. I followed the directions exactly and found it easy to make. Thanks so much for the recipe.
Oh Kree this is five star for sure. It was absolutley delicious. I made the recipe just as stated. I used macintosh apples. It is good to know that it freezes well, but somehow I don't think there will ever be any left to freeze. Thanks for posting this great recipe.
This was very delicious! Thanks for posting.