Say “No” To Dry Cake And Make 90-Year-Old Nana’s Recipe Instead!
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I Could Eat This Every Single Day For The Rest Of My Life
There is something about vintage recipes that makes them stand out. Even though most of them are make-from-scratch kind of dishes, the end result is always such a huge success that it’s worth the extra few minutes of prep work. For example, there is no cake mix involved in this German apple cake recipe that I found on Pastry Heaven. And no store-bought icing, either. Maybe that’s why this turned out so delicious, I almost swallowed my tongue, gobbling up the first piece.
Everything on the ingredient list is very basic, everyday stuff – funny how it’s like that with all the old-fashioned recipes, isn’t it? There’s nothing fancy, yet, they turn out stupendous.
Shandy, over at Pastry Heaven, mentioned this recipe came from her friend’s 90-year-old mother. I love how the best recipes are passed on from generation to generation! I also keep wondering why the German recipes always seem to be the tastiest ones. I ought to move to Germany! My only concern is, I would probably gain 40 pounds in 6 months, thanks to my great appetite.
Recipe and image courtesy of Pastry Heaven.
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Quick Tip: Serve with a scoop of ice cream on the side – dessert heaven!