P&Q: Double Apple Bundt Cake

More apples! I have made this one at least 3 times. Its a keeper. Seriously, it keeps for days. ;)

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24 thoughts on “P&Q: Double Apple Bundt Cake

  1. It’s been far too long between bundt cakes…Now I just have to get my hands on some apples. My mother is bringing me some quinces soon, so maybe I’ll sub a bit, David Lebovitz-style. That man loves a quince like no one else in the food world. And that is one of the reasons why I love him.

  2. I know this will come up – I “needed” cake and didn’t have apple butter. I used a cup of pureed bananas instead. It worked perfectly and didn’t really add any banana flavour.
    Awesome recipe!

  3. I decreased the butter to 1 stick and the apple butter to 3/4 (it was all I had left, and no more apples to sub). Used 1 granny smith and 1 golden delicious apple and it is AMAZING! Soft, moist and delicious.

  4. no apple butter, so i subbed jarred apple sauce (i thought about cooking it down to more of a thick butter consistency, but i’m super lazy!). i haven’t cut into it yet, as it’s still hot, but it feels nice and soft and came out of the pan with no problems. if it tuns out to have been a mistake, i’ll let you know! (also reduced the sugar…not by too much, but used scant cup measurements)

  5. This is one delicious cake! I made it as written minus the raisins. It was good warm with vanilla bean ice cream as a late night treat. It tasted good for breakfast too. I like the grated apple, the cake has a great texture. I made to 1/2 size bundts. They are a perfect size to share.
    Sorry for the book but this is an excellent recipe!

  6. This cake is delicious. I had a jar of apple butter, just sitting around so I was thrilled to have a use for it. I got a bit scared when I saw how dark it is but it worked fine and the cake is darker than other apple cakes. We love it.

  7. This one looks great. I made it last night and it is waiting for us to have it tonight! I made a brown sugar glaze…the whole thing smells amazing! :)

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