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LOOKING for: Applecake recipe that uses brown sugar, not whit

Posted by alanis (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 25, 08 at 18:14

I made this one time and lost the recipe.

It is a very dark and moist cake. It also said it freezes well.


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RE: LOOKING for: Applecake recipe that uses brown sugar, not wh

This cake is very moist due to the 4 cups of chopped apples.
I have made it with all brown sugar and 1/2 brown and half well as all whtie.
If you use brown sugar use 1 1/2t tps baking soda and no baking powder at all.
Apple Cake

4 cups chopped apples
1 cups sugar
cup raisins ( I use chopped other fruit like dried peaches or apricots)
Mix and let sit for about an hour ( less is OK)
2 cups flour
1 tsps baking soda ( I like tsps soda and tsps BP)
tsps salt
1T cinnamon tsp nutmeg
Mix dry ingredients
2 eggs
cups veggie oil
1 tsp vanilla
beat together
1 cup chopped pecans if desired.
Add the oil and eggs to the apples and sugar and dried fruit. Stir in the dry mixture and add nuts if desires.
Pour into greased 9 by 13 pan and bake 350 until done..40 to 50 minutes.

Linda C

RE: LOOKING for: Applecake recipe that uses brown sugar, not wh

Do you remember where you got it? There's one below that calls for all brown sugar. See if it sounds similar. It doesn't mention if it freezes well but I don't see why it wouldn't. Did it have streusel?

Here is a link that might be useful: Apple Cake

RE: LOOKING for: Applecake recipe that uses brown sugar, not wh

That one would make my husband very happy, Ginger......just the right size for the two of us. Thanks for sharing it.

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