Caramel Apple Easy Cake


This Caramel Apple Easy Cake is such a fun dessert to serve to your family and friends…don’t forget the ice cream with just a drizzle of caramel sauce! 2015-09-08-7112 This Caramel Apple Easy Cake is a cross between a few of my favorite flavors and a dump cake. Good apples and a few added touches are what really make this cake!

Forget about dump cakes being boring or ho-hum, this cake is REALLY good and by good I mean FANTASTC! This cake is warm apples, caramel, chocolate and yummy cinnamon cake all in one…lots of wonderful fall flavors happening here. :)

There’s just something about a warm caramel apple dessert with ice cream melting on top that is VERY hard to resist, and don’t forget the caramel drizzle! Just a little bit of caramel drizzle makes this dessert wonderful!

This dessert is perfect as the apples start to ripen and those wonderful fall flavors are everywhere! But really this would be a good dessert any time of year.

Today I share with you my Caramel Apple Easy Cake…enjoy my friends!

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Chocolate Caramel Apple Pouches

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These Chocolate Caramel Apple Pouches make the perfect dessert and/or snack pick. A delightful fruit dessert that has both caramel and chocolate!

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My Chocolate Caramel Apple Pouches are my own spin on making a seasonal fruit dessert that the whole family will eat, and en

These little pouches of yumminess are amazing! All the wonderful flavors of apple pie without having a whole pie to deal with. It’s the best of both worlds with these scrumptious little pouches!

Sometimes I peel my apples, but sometimes I don’t. It just depends on what I’m making. Today I didn’t peel my apples. When making a regular size apple pie, I always peel my apples.

Moving on, be sure to always wash and dry your apples. But as far as peeling goes, that depends on your personal preference. There are a lot of vitamins and nutrients, not to mention fiber in the peel. Just saying...something to consider. :)

Welcome to my Chocolate Caramel Apple Pouches!

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Skillet Baked Caramel Apple Dessert


My Skillet Baked Caramel Apple Dessert is the perfect cold weather dessert! Don’t forget the ice cream! :)

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It sure feel good to be at the beginning of a new year, but I have to say the cold can make life challenging. Of course not everyone lives in a cold-weather state, but this Winter seems to keep sharing the cold! So a little warm comfort food seems to be in order here.

Today I prepared for you what I think is the perfect cold weather  dessert for you family and friends…my Skillet Baked Caramel Apple Dessert.

Being that it is Winter, and so much of the country is experiencing some really cold weather right now I wanted to develop a dessert that you can throw together in very little time. The kids love it served warm with a scoop of ice cream and delicious warm caramel sauce drizzled across the top. My Skillet Baked Caramel Apple Dessert is such a nice way to finish off the meal, especially on a cold night!

Hope you enjoy!


If you’re an ice cream lover, some good vanilla bean ice cream is fantastic on top of this wonderful dessert!

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Apple Pie Crescent Bundles


Fresh apples and a handful of other ingredients make it easy to create these handy little bundles for dessert. Be sure to get one while they’re still warm – they go quick!

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Fresh and warm these Apple Pie Crescent Bundles are absolutely wonderful! Today, I am showing you how I make this simple finger food dessert and from there you can decide how fancy you want to get.

The nice thing about these little bundles is that they’re so easy to do on short notice! Not only that, who doesn’t love a little bundle of something yummy wrapped up nice and neat, served in the middle of a warm crescent? Seriously!

These little bundles are a wonderful finger food for parties! Or at home you can serve them warm with a nice bowl of ice cream, or my favorite way with some wonderful dipping sauce.

Ready to make some Apple Pie Crescent Bundles?    2014-11-13_3664 Don’t let the tiny spots on the apples fool you! These apples are all-natural and wonderful! FYI – often times when apples are grown without pesticides or sprays they may have spots, there’s nothing wrong with that.

As I so often do, I chose to leave the peel on because we like them that way. Feel free to peel them if you want to. :) 2014-11-13_3683 When you take these out of the oven, please give them a couple of minutes to cool! The cinnamon sugar mixture inside gets very hot so please let them cool a bit first!  2014-11-13_3685 As you can see, I’m a big fan of the drizzle. Love the drizzle!

This is how I generally serve my Apple Pie Crescent Pie Bundles when we’re at the table and have them for dessert.

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2 apples cored and sliced

2 cans (8 oz.) each refrigerated crescent rolls

2 tablespoons melted butter

3 tablespoons sugar

1 tablespoon cinnamon

1 teaspoon nutmeg

1/2 teaspoon allspice

White Sparkling Sugar, if desired

Dipping Sauce:

1 cup powdered sugar

1-2 tablespoons Cinnamon Cream Natural Bliss Creamer, or milk

1 teaspoon vanilla


1. Heat oven to 375 degrees F.

2. Separate each can of dough into 8 triangles. Spread each dough triangle with melted butter, sprinkle with sugar mixture, and top with an apple slice. Roll up apple slice in the dough forming a crescent or bundle. Brush top with melted butter and sprinkle with a bit more of cinnamon sugar mixture, white sparkling sugar, or both.

3. Bake 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown. Allow to cool a bit serve warm, but not hot.

4. Serve on a platter as finger food, serve with ice cream, or serve with dipping sauce.

Makes 16 Apple Pie Crescent Bundles.

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Single-Serving Apple Pie Bowls


Treat yourself to a taste of Fall with my Single-Serving Apple Pie Bowls! No need to make a whole apple pie. :)

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Fall flavors really are some of the very best flavors – I love fall baking!

Today I bring you my Single-Serving Apple Pie Bowls. These little bowls are similar to a dessert I did last Fall called Apple (Pie) Flower Bowls. The concept is the same, just done with a fun little twist.

I felt like changing things up a bit today, so I came up with my Single-Serving Apple Pie Bowls. The flavors going on in these little delights are wonderful!

The idea behind these bowls is that you have a personal dessert for each person that isn’t too large, without having a lot of extra dessert hanging around the house.

My Singe-Serving Apple Pie Bowls aren’t exactly pie, and they definitely are not a traditional recipe. Simply put, they’re a great dessert with a wonderful golden brown crust.

Why a crust? Because you just gotta have a golden brown crust! :)


That wonderful deep dark brown color comes from the addition of the toffee chips. They add sort of a warm caramel flavored something special without being too much.

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Applesauce Muffin Cake

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My Applesauce Muffin Cake is a fantastic back to school breakfast or snack to make for the kids! They will love it!

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Applesauce, cinnamon, and muffins are always a winning combination! According to my tasters (myself included) this one is a winning combination, especially with just the right amount of my vanilla glaze on top!

You could easily put this together the night before and in the morning you’re set for a wonderful breakfast. The kids and husband will love it, and everyone’s happy! Such a nice way to start the day. :)

Or if you prefer, you can put a few slices in a container to take to work with you to share with your favorite co-workers. You will make their day!



Honestly, what makes this muffin cake so moist and wonderful is the applesauce. Like they say, if you want a great recipe start with great ingredients!

Trust me when I say, this has nothing to do with price! We’re talking about good, quality applesauce that you normally enjoy as is!


For this recipe, I started off with Taste of Home’s Applesauce Muffin Recipe. However, I wanted to make this even more special so I added a light crumble layer and a little vanilla glaze. A blogger has to play, right?


This applesauce muffin cake is amazingly delicious! The recipe I started with is delicious by itself, but after adding the light crumble layer and the vanilla glaze it just takes the muffin cake to a whole new level of wonderful!

If you don’t eat the entire muffin cake at one time that’s just fine, it will keep. However, I do strongly recommend that if you reheat the cake one slice at a time, reheat in the microwave as desired, then add the glaze.


Hope you enjoy!

Applesauce Muffin Cake

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1/2 cup butter, softened

1 cup sugar

1 large egg, brought to room temperature

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1 cup applesauce – this can be store bought or homemade applesauce

2 cups all-purpose flour

1/2 teaspoon baking soda

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1/2 teaspoon ground allspice

1/8 teaspoon ground cloves


1/2 cup all-purpose flour

3 tablespoons cold butter, cut into cubes

1/4 cup sugar

1/2 teaspoon cinnamon


1 cup confectioners’ sugar

2-3 tablespoon Vanilla natural bliss coffee creamer

*If you’re not using vanilla coffee creamer replace with equal amount of milk and add 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract.


1. Preheat oven to 350F degrees. Spray a 9 or 10-inch pie plate, or round baking pan with cooking spray.

2. In a bowl, cream butter and sugar. Add eggs and vanilla; mix well. Stir in applesauce. Combine the flour, baking soda and spices; stir into creamed mixture.

3. Fill greased pan. Sprinkle on desired amount of topping, if desired. Bake in the center of the oven for 30-35 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean. Cool on wire rack for 15-20 minutes, before adding glaze if desired.

4. In a small bowl, add the Vanilla flavored creamer 1/2 tablespoon at a time to the powdered sugar. Or you can use regular milk, and add vanilla extract as noted above. Whisk glaze ingredients until smooth and desired consistency for drizzle. Drizzle over warm muffin cake.

Makes 10-12 servings.

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Apple-Bacon-Cheese Mini Loaves

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Don’t let the title scare you, these Apple-Bacon-Cheese Mini Loaves are very moist and very delicious. They would be the perfect addition to any brunch! apple-bacon-cheese mini loaves This is a fabulous quick bread for breakfast, brunch, served with a salad, or anytime at all. This would also be good with a bowl of soup in the Winter. Not only is the flavor excellent, but it’s always nice to have a good bread or two for brunch that isn’t oozing sweetness. Some people simply prefer savory over sweet, so it’s always nice to have a good go-to recipe when baking for those people. Think of this as a savory bread with a touch of sweetness. That’s exactly how it’s suppose to be. :) You have to try this one, it’s something different and delicious! [Read more…]

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