Vintage Fresh Apple Cake

Ok, Autumn is in the air, so let's eat Apple & Walnut Bundt Cake to celebrate the season!!  It's another "Susy's Secret" I've decided to let out of the bag!  So, here it is!!  Just made it today!

*Preheat oven to 350F (180C)                                                              Butter & lightly flour Large Bundt Pan

Ingredients:   1 1/2 cups of salad oil  (375gr)            
                     2 cups sugar  (440gr)                         
\                                                                      3 eggs
                                                 3 cups flour (660 gr)  I use half whole   wheat & half white
                                                    1 tsp salt  (1 teaspoon)
                                                    1 tsp. baking soda  ( teaspoon)                 
                                                    3 cups fresh apples, chopped
                                                   (660gr) approx 4 med. apples
\                                                   1 cup walnuts, chopped  (220gr)                                       
In a large bowl, combine oil, sugar & add  eggs, 1 at a time.  Mix well beating between each egg addition.  Mix flour, salt & baking soda, in a med. size bowl.  (Reserve 1/4 cup of flour to add to apples & nuts.)  Gradually add flour mixture to oil mixture.  The batter will become thick.  Using reserved 1/4 cup of flour, mix well with chopped apples & chopped walnuts.  Add 1 tsp. of cinnamon to apple/nut mixture.  Add apple mixture to batter & mix with a spoon.  Spoon the thick batter into a large bundt pan.  Bake in 350F (180C) oven for approximately 1 hour & 10 minutes.  Maybe a few minutes longer.  Should spring back when touched gently.
Remove from oven &;cool for 30 minutes in the pan.  Remove from pan, by turning out onto plate. Cool completely.

Glaze is optional, but yummy!

  Bring all ingredients to a vigorous boil, stirring. Remove from heat.
1/4 stick butter                   3/4 cups sugar
1/4 cup cream or evaporated milk                                     

Set aside; stir occasionally till cool. Dribble on cool cake.



ingermaaike said...

How very delicious, must try that out!

auntsuesoldnewlovely said...

Sounds like a great recipe!

SuppliesHandcrafted said...

Thanks, girls! I had some more this eve!!! It's even yummy without the glaze. Really a pretty healthy dessert!

Chichiboulie said...

that looks delicious - perfect autumn recipe!

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