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Cinnamon Sugar Apple CakeTHE PAJAMA CHEF(44)
Tara Farnan: "Awesome cake. Moist, flavorful. I added a 1/4 tea…" Read More
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|Calories860Calories from Fat220|
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|Calories from Fat220|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Tara Farnan 7 months ago
Awesome cake. Moist, flavorful. I added a 1/4 teaspoon of allspice to the batter to up the flavor a bit.
Mitzi DeMont 8 months ago
Good but I substituted the sugar with sweetener for a sugar free version.
C 8 months ago
Easy to make. I added cinnamon and nutmeg to the batter and after spreading into the pan, sprinkled a tiny bit more on top. Glad I did otherwise I feel it would be bland. Very good. Will definitely make again. Wish I had some vanilla ice cream or Redi Whip to put on top
Mary 8 months ago
Delicious. I went the extra step and substituted homemade applesauce (drained off excess liquid) for the raw apples. Very moist and enhanced the apple flavor.
Brandy Brown 9 months ago
Amazing! Everyone loved it!
Terry-Ramsey 9 months ago
Awesome. My family really enjoyed it. Statements included “don’t Lise the recipe” and “this is to die for” I added an extra Apple just because I had one left, I didn’t change anything else.
Melissa Pond 9 months ago
This recipe was delicious and very forgiving! Only had 1/3 cup brown sugar left, so subbed for regular granulated sugar and some honey. I also never have butter milk or dairy milk around, so I subbed with almond milk and 1 Tbsp vinegar. Added my favorite Cake Spice blend as well. So delicious overall! Hard to go wrong with the crunchy cinnamon sugar topping, and there is absolutely no need to go through the tedious task of peeling your apples.
Anna Dawn Hewitt a year ago
I made it in a 8 by 11 pan. I added walnuts to the topping and added some extra cinnamon. I also used 1 apple and 1 cup of applesauce. The cake is moist and the crunch on top is good. Basic cake and would consider making it again.
Robin Cottonware a year ago
This cake was such a unexpected surprise! It was so easy to make and so hard to quit eating!!! Moist and delicious!
Mary 2 years ago
Fantastic! Family loved it! Will be making this again… easy and delicious
Carol Bond 2 years ago
Perfect every time. It is oh so good.
Deborah Kish 2 years ago
Fantastic added cinnamon to cake batter and doubled topping
Cory Stanley-Stahr 2 years ago
I would make this again it was easy, and I love when a recipe has actual measurements (as in 1.5 cups) for the fruit, not counts. If I used 3 “medium” apples, as many recipes are written, I’d get different results every time. The flavor could be improved, but this cake is easy enough that I can play with the recipe in the future, as suggested by the blogger.
Amy DECOTIIS 2 years ago
Soooo good! I followed the recipe, but doubled the topping. Delicious warm with vanilla ice cream!
Fournier 2 years ago
It is very good but the recipe proportions are off. If you use the pan called for it is more of an apple crisp because of how thin it is.
Bobbi 2 years ago
Amazing cake! My son said it’s so special.. it’s like visiting an old aunt that baked something special just because you’re coming to visit. He absolutely loves it. My whole family loves it. Thank you for sharing your recipe.
Anna Clarke 2 years ago
This is the best apple cake. I’ve made it 4 times and get rave reviews every time. Great recipe!
Santana Strauss 2 years ago
Yummy! Added extra apples and about half a cup of apple sauce and it is super good. Also did the Greek yogurt sub for the buttermilk and extra topping which work out well! Will definitely make again!
Mackie 2 years ago
I added mixed spices to the batter and the sugar topping and it was delicious.
G 3 years ago
A bit dry but generally tastes good
Dennis 3 years ago
I added a quarter tsp of cinnamon and quarter tsp of nutmeg to the batter, which tastes nice with the apple. Next time I bake this, I'll add granulated sugar to the brown sugar, because I would like the cake to be sweeter.
Linda Smith 3 years ago
Easy, moist and tasty. It’s a keeper. I used one cup of brown sugar, added cinnamon and nutmeg, and used two cups of apples. Since our apples are sweet, I could have used less sugar.
Dunaway 3 years ago
Excellent, simple to make and a definite go to for delious desert..
Jennifer C. 3 years ago
Absolutely delicious! My children loved it! Easy to make! Will definitely make again!
Castleberry 3 years ago
Love it! Used a grater for the Apple- made it really quick.
Susan Nelson 3 years ago
very good. i did add cinnamon, nutmeg , and ginger. im also at 3500 altitude. so also added an egg, increased temp and decreased time. i also baked in a bundt pan. will make again.
Graciela 3 years ago
Perfect! I will make it again! It’s moist and the cinnamon topping is not much but good enough
Charles Montgomery 3 years ago
An update to my earlier review...just made this in a tube pan and it turned out even better. I increased the baking time to 60 minutes. Next time I will butter and flour the tube pan as there was a bit of sticking. As I did last time I added 1/2 tsp of salt and 1/2 tsp of cinnamon to the batter. Whether you go with a tube pan or the baking pan I would move up to 2 cups of apples. I did that this time and the extra apples really stand out. BTW: I used a 50/50 mixture of Anne and Dorsett Golden apples.
Shirley 3 years ago
Amusing!!! So good warm
The Veggie Kitchen Explorer 3 years ago
Easy and delicious, i blitzed the apple in the food processor first and it was like a tasty mini apple pie flavour cake. Delicious!