Recently, I posted a series of pictures on my facebook showing the assembling of my favorite autumn cake: Apple Newlywed Cake. Shown here: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/album.php?aid=9695&id=100000068864968&ref=mf
But, there have been a few of you saying, hey, what about the recipe?
So here is the post granting you the recipe to my happy sweet-tooth satisfying Fall desert. =)
4 apples, peeled, sliced and chopped
1 stick salted butter, (melted)
2 c flour
2 c sugar
2 T allspice
2 eggs, beaten
1 c coarsely chopped walnuts
Stir ingredients all together gently. Spoon batter into two greased and floured cake pans. Bake at 350 for 40-50 minutes, until the top is golden. Pull the cakes out of the oven. When the cakes have cooled you will need to assemble your cake. To begin your cake assembling you will need to place a heavy dab of caramel frosting to the bottom of the cake platter. This keeps the cake from moving as easily off of the platter and makes it tastier by diffusing the amount of frosting evenly around the cake. Next, place the first layer of cake on top of the platter. You will want there to be holes on top so that the caramel frosting can seep into the cake. After you have made the holes, evenly contribute a good amount of caramel frosting on top. After the caramel has been evenly contributed, place the second layer on top of the first. Remember, there needs to be holes so that the caramel frosting can soak into the cake. After that, lay the heaviest amount of caramel frosting evenly on top of the layer and let the frosting drip down the sides of the cake.
1 c brown sugar
¼ c half and half
1 stick butter
Stir all ingredients constantly over low heat. Remove from heat when sauce has thickened. Spread over freshly baked cakes.
White Butter Frosting
1 ½ c powdered sugar
1 T butter
2 T milk
Place ingredients in blender. Blend until smooth and fluffy. Drizzle over cake as a garnish.
I hope you all are glad I posted this recipe. I will try and post on my life soon. . . perhaps next post will be on Thanksgiving. Too far away? Oh well, too bad. ;)
Enjoy your life.
Have a slice. =)