This Apple Dump Cake ("Apfel-Kippkuchen") is so easy and so delicious. Keep all the ingredients in your cupboard ready for unexpected company. You whip up this easy apple cake in minutes.
How German is this recipe? Not sure. But it goes great after a traditional German meal. This is one of the easy-to-make quick dessert recipes that comes from my friend, Penny, and has become a favourite of ours.
Let me see if I can describe this one. It's chewy and sweet. It reminds me of a candy bar, only nice and moist with the apples. Served with a good cup of coffee, it's a treat, for sure!
I really like cinnamon, pineapple, and coconut. It's all in this cake, including the apples. My husband really only likes the apples. Cinnamon, pineapple, and coconut aren't on his "like" list.
However, Penny's cake looked delicious: I made it anyway. It was so easy. I just dumped everything into the pan, baked it. Then, I offered my hubby a little bit to try. He wanted more. And more. And more! His comment? "It's like eating peanuts. Can't stop with just one bite!"
Guess what's now stocking my cupboard? Yep, the ingredients for this Apple Cake!
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Apple Dump Cake
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Joy B: Our family always used white vinegar instead of lemon juice, and added paprika ... but I think I'd like this version better!
Alice D: Every time I make these I always have to make 3 times as much! Our friends always want some so it never goes to waste.
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