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I have never made an applesauce cake recipe.
I know how to make apple pies and apple cobblers, and even apple turnovers, but I have never made one that is actually a cake. Melissa, one of my friends who has been baking all her life, made me taste one of her cakes during a visit. I didn’t know what it was so I asked her, “What’s in this? It tastes really good, but I can’t figure out the main ingredient.” Melissa simply laughed at me and told me, “it’s apples! More like, applesauce actually.” And I was like, “you have got to be kidding me.”
When I thought about it, it sure tastes like apples, but if you don’t think hard and you just eat it, you will not be able to guess, at least that’s how it has been with me. But anyway, even if I didn’t recognize the apple taste at first, I was blown away by the taste.
It’s so scrumptious! The frosting tasted really good with the cake itself and I think that’s what made this applesauce cake extra special. A copy of this wonderful recipe can be found on the next page. I am sure your guests or your family will enjoy a slice of this!
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Quick tip: If you like cinnamon, you can add more. You can also bake it in a round 10” or 12” form and cut the cake in two layers.