Apples, whether slightly sweet or slightly tart, lend themselves to all kinds of recipes, but especially cakes - their tender texture and delicates sweetness works perfectly with crumb cakes, upside down cakes, and more.
Once scarce and expensive, nuts have long been associated with special occasions. When North American settlers discovered an abundance of black walnuts, the nuts were often substituted for the English variety. In this spice cake recipe, use either one, toasted for best flavor.
Personalize each cupcake by piping the letters of each child's name onto candy-coated chocolate pieces and inserting the candies into the frosting. This applesauce spice cake recipe creates a fun and fragrant dessert.
Choose the fruit to make this simple coffee cake recipe. Serve it for breakfast, a snack, or dessert.
A buttery mixture of apples, pecans, and cranberries tops flakey cornmeal cake. Serve it with a scoop of cinnamon ice cream.
A leftover meaty turkey frame provides the base for this delicious noodle soup recipe.
This caramel apple cake in a jar is almost too pretty to eat. Simply halve cupcakes and layer them with caramel, spiced apple bits and fluffy whipped cream.
Purchased gingersnap cookies and a cake mix make this coffee cake come together quickly.
A container of apple-cinnamon yogurt gives moistness and an extra boost of apple to this spicy cake.
This Christmas cake is reminiscent of old-fashioned steamed pudding that is cooked in a Dutch oven. It's a spice cake loaded with dried apricots and a hint of molasses.
Raisins, nuts, and a blend of spices make this dessert a perennial favorite. After icing the cake, pull the tines of a fork through the top of the frosting to create a lattice pattern as shown in the photograph.
Serve this tender fruit and nut cake for dessert in the fall.
Pudding cake is like having two desserts in one! Serve warm, and top with a scoop of cinnamon ice-cream if you like.
A buttery mixture of apples and sugar is sandwiched between two scrumptious layers of cinnamon-spiced cake.