Hello Citizens of Holmes Town!
My name is Tasha and I am the Chef in charge of creating magnificent desserts for you all to enjoy! Today I was up bright an early hopping around the kitchen preparing this delicious applesauce cake! The streets of Holmes Town are coated in the sweet aroma from my Bakery! We only have a limited amount of slices of Applesauce Cake so I am sharing my recipe with all of you!
Hopefully you will make our Applesauce Cake and share it with your family and friends!
Before I began this morning, I went to our local farmers market to fill my basket with the ingredients needed for the cake! I was just about to fly off to the bakery when I spotted Ethan with a fresh batch of Holmes Mouthwatering Applesauce jars! I thought the Apple Pie Cinnamon would be the perfect applesauce for our Applesauce Cake!
My basket was filled with so many delicious ingredients
1 ½ c of Holmes Mouthering Apple Pie Applesauce
¾ c of butter
¾ c of honey
3 eggs beaten lightly
¾ c of chopped nuts
1 ½ c of Raisins or Chocolate Chips
3 c of sifted flour
1 ½ tsp of baking soda
¾ tsp of nutmeg
1 ½ tsp of cinnamon
I grabbed both raisins and chocolate chips! Sometimes you have to wing it! Once I got back to the bakery, I preheated the oven to 325 and started mixing the ingredients together
Mix the butter & honey together
Add eggs (lightly beaten), nuts, and raisins or chocolate chips
Sift all of the dry ingredients together.
Alternating between the the creamed (wet ingredients) mixture & applesauce, you’ll want to add both to the dry ingredients!
Place in a bundt pan and bake for 25 minutes
After baking, let your cake sit outside to cool for about 10 minutes. This is the hardest part because your applesauce cake will smell so delicious you may not be able to control yourself. Rest assured and have faith, your hardwork will pay off shortly if you wait it out.
If you happen to make this recipe at home please share your results with me on social media by tagging @holmesapplesauce or using the hashtag #tashathecardinalrecipes
Thank you for taking the time to read my recipe in the Treehouse times!
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