WHEN LIFE GIVES YOU APPLES...

The recipe is really too long to post, but if you like apples, this recipe is worth trying.  I found it when I googled "Apple Sheet Cake".

I baked it on Tuesday and set it out on the back porch to chill until I took it to our community Lenten luncheon.  I cut it to serve 32 people and served it chilled.  It really was delicious.  The term "cake" is deceiving.  As I made it, I thought it was more like apple dumplings, but it cut nicely into bars.  The frosting (yes, there is frosting!) was a great topping for an already tasty dessert.

By the way, I cored and diced the apples but didn't peel them.  Seeing red, some people thought it was rhubarb and didn't take it at first.  But once the word spread that it was "apple", it went quickly!  And don't worry about perfection when rolling out the dough.  Mine definitely wasn't perfect but came out just fine.

You'll notice I'm not talking about this on my healthy living blog! 

9 comments:

  1. Blessings and prayers,
    andrea

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  2. This looks wonderful! You didn't save me a piece, did you?! It sounds like it would be a lot of work!

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  3. We get several bushels of apples each fall when we go to N.C. I will definitely make this recipe. Thank you for sharing it...

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  4. This looks and sounds so good. I bet the house smelled really good while it was baking.
    I only have three apples in the house right now, but I think I will buy more to give this a try!

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  5. I will jot the recipe down. One of thee days I will share with you my tried and true and a big hit at pot lucks ( vintage lemon dessert.)

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  6. Oh this recipe sounds delicious Rebecca, you are kind to share it with us. I am sure your group enjoyed it very much....:-) Hugs

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  7. So glad the sheet cake went over well Rebecca, but with you making it, I knew it would!
    Love Di ♥

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  8. Hello Rebecca,
    So nice to visit again, I checked this recipe out and it certainly looks and sounds delicious. I enjoy anything that uses apples.
    I also enjoyed reading your last two posts.
    I too am so thankful for the sun and the shadows it produces. And for His light that shines on me.

    It has been a tough winter here for us as well and I have done my share of complaining.
    You are so blessed to have those beautiful grandchildren near by.they are so adorable!
    Thank you for visiting me and always giving me so much encouragement. especially in my quest for regaining my health.
    Thank you for your friendship.
    Blessings,
    Sue

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