Old-Fashioned Apple Pudding Cake

Old-Fashioned Apple Pudding Cake

Old-Fashioned Apple Pudding Cake
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If you love apple dessert recipes, you'll go crazy for this one. Old-Fashioned Apple Pudding Cake is a moist sponge cake, topped with a layer of fresh apple pudding, and finished with a layer of whipped cream. It's a simple cake recipe, yet it tastes amazing! Make it for when you're entertaining guests, or simply serve it for a dessert after a family dinner. Everyone is sure to love the moist, creamy, dense cake and you'll love how easy it is to make. When it comes to easy cake recipes from scratch, this one's a winner.

Chilling Time2 hr

Cooking Time30 min

Cooking Vessel Size15x10-inch Baking Pan

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I also found the idea of apple pudding rather intriguing. This looks like a really nice dessert and I know I'll be making this one up to try. I think a caramel drizzle and some chopped walnut pieces over the top of this would work quite well too, in place of the chocolate. There's a picnic coming up and I have a feeling this recipe may well get a tryout.

I was interested in this recipe when I read "apple pudding". This looks like it has a lot of ingredients and a lot of steps, but look at that beautiful dessert! When I have the time to do some serious baking in the Fall, I will be making this yummy cake. When I see recipes with apples, I think of cool Fall days when desserts served with coffee are so good!

I would really like to try this recipe. I wish the link worked. I can't even find this recipe anywhere online, and when I do, none of them will open. Any help would be appreciated.

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