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I’ve made dozens of apple cakes, and I gotta say that this is the best one – hands down! Apples sliced paper thin, held together by a light batter, and topped with a sugary butter topping. The recipe originated in … Continue reading
Bolzano apple cake is a Northern Italian peasant cake. The apples are thinly sliced, making the cake a stack of apple slices with a lovely custardy texture. It’s definitely going to grab a spot on the Thanksgiving dessert table!
I’ve never met an apple cake I didn’t like. The sweet chunks of apple negates the need for frosting, just a light sprinkling of confectioners sugar will do the trick – hello October!
I’ve never met an apple cake I didn’t like. That said, this one is a gem! Large chunks of apples baked with a light batter makes for a lovely, moist cake, Dusted with confectioners sugar it’s fabulous with a cup … Continue reading
I’ll admit, I have a thing for apple cakes – because you don’t have to frost them, and they can be dessert or a companion with your morning coffee. Yep, they’re flexible like that. There’s not a whole lot of … Continue reading
Who says you don’t have time to bake? One bowl, one pan, twenty minutes – that’s about all it takes to whip up this apple cake. Plus, clean up’s a breeze! Given the sudden drop in temperature, this apple cake … Continue reading
This apple cake certainly isn’t much to look at, but in the taste department, it’s Miss Universe! It’s studded with apples with a fine crumb, moist – thanks to the cream cheese, crowned with the perfect amount of brown sugar and … Continue reading