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Thread: Easy Apple Cake

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    Easy Apple Cake

    A girlfriend gave me this easy recipe. Apples are in now. I made this last nite and took it to the church potluck today and it was gone! So I guess they liked it.

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    About 5 to 7 granny smith apples (or whatever you prefer), peeled, cored & thinly sliced
    1 (9 ounce) package yellow cake mix
    2 tablespoons sugar
    1 tablespoon ground cinnamon
    1 stick real butter

    Directions:

    1. Preheat oven to 350F.
    2. Cut apple slices crosswise in half.
    3. Place in pan; sprinkle with dry cake mix.
    4. In small bowl, combine sugar & cinnamon; sprinkle over cake mix.
    5. Drizzle with butter.
    6. Bake 30 minutes or until topping is golden brown.

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    Sounds delicious!!! I would love a piece. LOL

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    What size pan? No other liquid besides the butter? I love it!
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    This sounds somewhat like peach cake my sons made in Boy Scouts. They put canned peaches in the bottom of one of those cast iron pots, added the cake mix and then the melted butter. It was covered and cooked over an open camp fire. My grandsons make it now in scouts.

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    delicious recipe .... even better topped with ice cream! Thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks for sharing. Must try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evie View Post
    What size pan? No other liquid besides the butter? I love it!
    She says it calls for a 9 ounce cake mix so I would presume it goes in a 8-9 inch square pan.

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    Sounds yummy - fresh baked apple cake sure is a nice welcome to fall!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evie View Post
    What size pan? No other liquid besides the butter? I love it!
    I used my usual 9x12 pan.

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    Why does the recipe call for peeled apples and there is the peel still on the apple????? And for sure, what size pan - 13x9x2, or 8x8 (those are Minnesota sized cake pans.) Sounds absolutely delicious and I bet you could use pears, strawberries or blueberries too. And, Minnesota Haralson apples should be out pretty soon and they are the best pie apples you have ever tasted. Nice taste and hold together very well! Thanks in advance for the info. Edie
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    recipes

    i have celiac disease so decided to try a betty crocker gluten free, yellow cake mix. it is a 15 oz. mix. i also don't like to add melted butter, so thought i'd try hard butter and use my food processor to make a crumb topping. because this was a 15 oz. box -vs 9 oz., i decided to use 12 T. of butter, rather then 8. using my chopping blade, i mixed the cake mix with 12 T. of butter, and 1 T. cinnamon, and then put it in the refrigerator. i peeled/cored/sliced 9 gala apples (4.41#)..do not use the thinest slicer. i poured some vanilla into the sliced apples (did not measure 'cause i LIKE vanilla). i put the apples in the bottom of a 9x13 cast iron baking pan, and the refrigerated crumb topping (added walnuts maybe 1/2 c. chopped walnuts to the crumb mixure....my husband LOVES walnuts) over the apples. i baked this at 350 degrees for an hour....i was anxious to see how it turned out.....SCRUMPTIOUS. especially warm with some french vanilla ice cream. I hope this helps anyone who has celiac disease.
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    That sounds delicious and so easy to make. I've kept the thread and will make it to take to my next sewing group. Thank you.

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    I love anything to do with APPLE! It can be food or quilt or craft or arts! the recipe is so simple but yet its look and sound delicious! Thanks for sharing.

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    will give it a try thanks for sharing!!!
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    Stop - you're making me hungry. I live near Apple Hill - guess this is the season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandilee View Post
    A girlfriend gave me this easy recipe. Apples are in now. I made this last nite and took it to the church potluck today and it was gone! So I guess they liked it.

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    About 5 to 7 granny smith apples (or whatever you prefer), peeled, cored & thinly sliced
    1 (9 ounce) package yellow cake mix
    2 tablespoons sugar
    1 tablespoon ground cinnamon
    1 stick real butter

    Directions:

    1. Preheat oven to 350F.
    2. Cut apple slices crosswise in half.
    3. Place in pan; sprinkle with dry cake mix.
    4. In small bowl, combine sugar & cinnamon; sprinkle over cake mix.
    5. Drizzle with butter.
    6. Bake 30 minutes or until topping is golden brown.
    Thanks for sharing.
    I made this this evening, but I did have to bake longer than 30 minutes..more like an hour. Maybe because I used a smaller cake pan, maybe 8 x 10 or so.
    Haven't eaten any yet, probably for breakfast tomorrow.
    Serita

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    Will have to give this a try...sounds scrumptious!!! Thanks for sharing.
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    This sounds so good. Going to make it for coffee hour after church. Thank You.
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    my niece found this recipe for us about 15 yrs ago and my kids adored it. we would all go to a cabin in the mountains and this was a staple. each night my sis and I switched who cooked. four adults six kids.. no one wanted dinner duty every night so her daughter would make this for dessert and it was GONE in no time.. kind of cobbler like when its all cooked ..yum. forgot all about it. now I have to make it!
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