I know. You must be wondering what’s wrong with me.
Me too, but don’t worry. Wait til you see how this recipe ends up.
I got it from a friend who got it from his wife who got it from someone at church who got it from …… someone who likes apples I guess.
Anyway, it sounded pretty yummy and easy. Easy being the key word here because I spent most of the weekend trying to get everything together that I’m going to need for the upcoming Cupcake Camp and Cake Pops Book Tour. Yeah, they’re both right around the corner. Like next weekend around the corner. Hope you guys come by and say hi!
Please forgive me for the following if you do.
The main characters are chopped apples, walnuts and dates. Innocent enough. Good for you even.
After you mix up the cake batter, stir in the chopped walnuts. (I like mine on the small side.)
Chopped dates tossed in flour.
And diced apples. Stir them all together and then bake in a 13 X 9 pan for about 40-45 minutes at 350.
Take it out of the oven and when cool, poke holes in the cake so the topping you are about to add can seep inside and keep it cozy.
P.S. Remember how the cake looks here. I should have tasted it at this stage. I’m sure it was already yummy.
But then I added the topping.
Butter, brown sugar and milk… oh dear.
Heat it on the stove until it starts to bubble.
Remove and pour some over the cooled cake.
Here we go.
Hey … I said some…………
Not a waterfall. Yikes. I don’t know what happened.
Yes I do. I was trying so hard to get a good pouring shot… taking pictures and balancing and pouring at the same time, I didn’t notice that I bathed the cake in brown sugar.
Bathed … as in drenched.
But maybe that’s okay with you.
It is with me. I just need to make a dentist appointment right away : )
Seriously though, pull back on the pouring. You shouldn’t need all the topping and maybe not any. I guess I’ll have to make it again to know for sure.