Thursday, November 29, 2007

Amazing Apple Cake Recipe

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The other day on Mary's blog she put a link to author Carolyne Roehm's website which is where I found this amazing apple cake recipe! I made it last night but I didn't get a chance to take picture of mine so the photo above is from Carolyne Roehm's website. Click here to get directly to the recipe. It was good last night but I had a another piece this morning and it is so much better the next day. Wow, honestly, it's THE BEST apple cake I've ever had!
Judy: I'll bring this Saturday morning when we cut down our Christmas Trees!

While you're at the website make sure you browse around. There are so many beautiful things to see! Everything is so beautiful! I now want every one of her books! I just LOVE her style!


Mary said...

Oh Cindy, I'm so glad you enjoyed the website -- it's one of my favorites! I will definitely try that Apple Cake -- it looks delicious. And of course, I just love the picture, too -- all that blue and white transferware! :)

Janet said...

I knew that photo looked familiar. I signed up for the newsletter the other day and read everything on the site.

Come by my place for some cookie recipes. I can't wait to make this cake now.

Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

Yummy! I am heading over there now! I love her too..Thanks Cindy.

Jaybird said...

Hi there,
I just wandered over here from Cherry Hill Cottage, and have so enjoyed my visit!! I copied the soup recipe and am now going to visit the cake blog!!
Thank you so much for posting, your blog is delightful and your home lovely!!

Nan said...

It looks delicious!

Nunnie's Attic said...

I just signed up for her newsletter. I read about her at Mary's too. Looking forward to her ideas about wrapping packages.


Diane said...

Oh thank you for the recipe. Apple cakes are my favorite...after , chocolate!

Anonymous said...

This IS a delicious cake...I know because this same recipe was given to me by my MOL who grew up in East Texas 80 yrs ago. The only difference is mine doesn't use baking powder. Then a buttermilk icing is poured over it while still warm so it soaks into the cake and leaves a crustiness on top. The icing does not have any powdered sugar, but has sugar, bkg. soda, margarine, white Karo, buttermilk, and vanilla.

I love your blog. I first found you on HGTV's site and thank you so much for introducing me to this wonderful blog world!

Classic Charm said...

You're right, that is a wonderful website, I enjoyed my visit. The cake looks scrumptuous!

bj said...

I can't wait to browse her website. That apple cake looks so delicious I am drooling on my keyboard. I want a piece of it with my first cup of coffee this morning!
hugs, bj

Susie Q said...

This photo is so beautiful...
And the cake looks so good.

I adore your Winter mosaic...the blues and whites suit you perfectly!


Anonymous said...

I love Bundt cake~~especially for breakfast with a cup of coffee~~thanks for the tip!

Sue said...

I recognized that picture from Carolyn's gorgeous blog. All her books are fabulous. My favorites are her seasonal series set.
Thanks to you and Mary for recommending the Apple Cake Recipe, it will be the perfect thing to take to my sons for Christmas morning.

Tara said...

Don't know if you go back and read posts but I hope so---I amde this cake for my mother's 70th birthday and we were all fighting over the last piece! Thank you, Cindy!