EDITED 10 Nov. 2017:  I have been honored to have been asked to share my recipe for my applesauce cake by Tracy over at It’s A T-Sweets Day.  The recipe for the cake is added to the bottom of this blog post.  Enjoy!!

We have an apple tree and so does a friend of mine.  She doesn’t use her apples so she brings them over to me.  Lately, I have found myself with a boat load of apples and we can’t eat them fast enough.  So… I made apple sauce


Some of the apples, I also used green ones.

As you can see from the above picture, some of the apples were starting to go a little past their prime.  I cut, cored and peeled them,


Ready to be cooked!

and placed them in a pot with some spices and cooked them up for…


Loads of applesauce.

applesauce.  I made too much apple sauce.  We were definitely NOT going to be able to eat as much as I made before it spoiled … so I added a few ingredients and …


Apple sauce cakes.

POOF… apple sauce cakes were made.  And then the locusts (known as my children) descended … and …IMG_1054

Poof again… only three slices left!  This is what happens when you have four teens and a young adult living at home!

Spiced Applesauce Cake

1/3 C butter; softened

1 C brown sugar

1 egg

1 C thick applesauce

1 ½ C flour

1 t baking powder

1 t baking soda

1 t ground cinnamon

½ t ground allspice

½ t ground nutmeg

Dash salt

**Option: ½ C raisins, ¾ C chopped nuts


Cream butter and sugar until smooth. Add egg and beat well. Stir in applesauce.


Sift together flour, baking powder, baking soda, spices and salt. Add to butter mixture and mix well.


**Add raisins and chopped nuts now if desired**


Turn batter into a greased and floured bundt pan (I use 2 round cake pans).


Bake at 350° until cake is done and pick inserted in center comes out clean. About 35-40 minutes.


Let cake rest in pan for a few minutes and then turn out onto rack.

13 thoughts on “Apples

  1. We have no apples….😥. You can also slice them and freeze in 3 cup batches for apple pie, crisp or fried apples which a nice side dish. Or go all out and can some apple sauce…it only requires a hot water bath canner. Enjoy!

  2. Oh yum! That cake looks delicious!!! It would be a perfect one for our Fantastic Bake Along next month for Thanksgiving if you are interested:). Will you be joining us this month for the Chili/Chocolate Bread?

  3. Connie, next week is the Bake Along. I was thinking of highlighting your apple cake, but asking everyone to bake a different apple recipe. Could you add the recipe to this post so others could make it if they would like?❤️❤️

  4. That didn’t come out sounding right…. I mean I want to celebrate the apple as we are in fall and near thanksgiving. I thought I would say how I was inspired by your wonderful cake and thought we all might have an apple family favorite recipe that we could all share. I hope that explains it better:)❤️❤️

  5. […] few weeks back, Connie @Connie’s Creations shared her Apple Sauce Cake on her […]

  6. […] ALONG has been so much fun:)! I appreciate Connie @Connie’s Creations for her inspiration Applesauce Cake:). Several of the bakers said they would be making this recipe for the Bake Along.  Yum!!  Apples […]

  7. […] just like to thank Tracy for putting together the Fantastic Bake Along every month, and also thank Connie, who inspired this month’s baking […]

  8. Thank you so much for this recipe, Connie 😍 The cake looks amazing – my applesauce is bubbling on the stove, and I will bake this wonderful treat this afternoon. 😃

  9. […] she just gave us a theme: Apples   😃  ~ inspired by Connie's @ Connie's Creations Applesauce Cake Throughout the weekend I saw a lot of wonderful Apple Recipes – Tracy’s Award winning […]

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