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  1. alex

    Do you think, since i lack bundt pans and the space to store more cookware, I could split this into two cake pans?

  2. Hi Alex, I can totally relate–I actually purchased a bundt pan just to make this cake. And, I have no idea where I’m going to put it.
    Anyway, I think it would be great in 2 loaf pans. The cooking time will change a bit, my guess is it’s slightly longer? Just check it frequently.

  3. Congrats!!! I’m sure you can make it work with your space. And this cake looks amazing, especially with the ice cream :)

  4. Congratulations! That’s wonderful news. This apple cake is perfect to ward off those crazy pregnancy cravings.

  5. Congratulations, what joyful news! I love the quinoa flour and whole wheat pastry flour in this apple cake. So much healthier than regular white flour and they add a nice wholesome flavor.

  6. congrats! Just found your site through Naptime Chef sharing it with me on Stumble! Your cake looks delicious! Best wishes on your new little one!

  7. @Cookin Canuck, Thank you–between this and the sauerkraut, my cravings should be covered!
    @Jeanette, I too am a huge fan of quinoa flour. I love the sweet flavor and slightly crumbly texture it has.
    @Aggie, So glad you found us! Big thanks to the Naptime Chef for passing the post along. And thank you kindly for the warm wishes. We’re super excited.

  8. Oh congratulations!! I’m sure everything will work out fine. That cake looks super yummy!

  9. Congratulations! How exciting! The cake sounds healthy and delicious.

  10. @Karly, @Megan, @ Barbara — Thank you all for the kind wishes!

  11. Congratulations!!! So exciting! Classic apple cake – how can you go wrong – send me some!

  12. Beautiful cake and congrats on the baby news! I’m looking forward to digging into your blog more.

  13. Congrats! Lovely cake that looks yummy. I’ll bake this over the weekend.

  14. excellent news! this is just the kind of fuel the little one will thrive on , applecake! i am going to make it with fresh apples from our farm this fall and think of you and yours. xo

  15. apple cake looks YUM and, WOWZA, congrats on the exciting baby news! nothin’ better. :)

  16. katy

    My mother was famous for this cake in our family.
    She all ways let the apples sit over night coated with cinnamon and sugar covered in the fridge. Also add pecans or walnuts.

  17. Greg

    Just baked it with organic new season windfall apples from our orchard down here in New Zealand. This cake has turned out amazing, my new signature cake recipe for sure. Many thanks for sharing, I’m now looking through the rest of your recipes to decide what to try next.

  18. Kathy Starr

    Fantastic cake, made it last night for super bowl dinner, our guests loved it! Substituted pureed pumpkin for the oil and goji berries for the cherries. Served it warm with vanilla bean gelato, delicious! Thank you!

  19. Karen

    What kind of oil is best. I usually try to use olive oil in baking since it is so healthy but maybe coconut might be better?

  20. Ursula

    Hi, I was wondering can you substitute all purpose flour instead of quinoa and whole wheat flour?


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