To make you long for autumn, try this apple pecan cake glazed with caramel. Caramel flavor is dripping from the cake’s icing. Your taste senses will be delighted by the irresistible combination of apple flavor and pecans.
All throughout this cake you’ll find pecans and bits of apple. This cake’s taste and texture will have you coming back for more for years to come.
Among my favorite things about fall are the lovely changing colors, the crisp air, and the tasty treats that I make with affection for my loved ones. The aromas that fill my kitchen almost every day at this time of year are ones that I really love and that put me in the perfect mood for autumn.
The next time you have a sweet tooth, try this tasty dish!

What is needed:

half a cup of food-grade oil

two cups of sugar

a quartet of eggs

using three cups of flour

One teaspoon of baking soda

quarter teaspoon of cinnamon

measuring one teaspoon of salt

Two teaspoons of vanilla

Approximately three to four Granny Smith apples, peeled and diced, measuring three and a half cups.

Chop 1 cup of pecans.

Sweet Glaze

1/3 cup of butter, or 1 1/2 sticks

1/3 cup of light brown sugar

1/3 cup of milk

A teaspoon of vanilla


Heat the oven to 325 degrees.

Cream together the oil, sugar, and eggs in a large bowl.

Mash the cinnamon, salt, baking soda, and flour in a medium-sized bowl. Put into a big basin. Be sure to mix well.

Finally, stir in the vanilla.

Add pecans and apples and stir.

Use a tube pan (or two loaf pans) that has been well oiled and dusted before pouring the batter.

For about an hour, bake at 325°. When the cake has been in the oven for around 50 minutes, test it with a toothpick; if it comes out clean, it’s done. Also, remember to check it at around 50 minutes if you’re using loaf pans.

Concocting the finish

Melt the butter in a small saucepan over low heat.

Blend in the milk and brown sugar.

Over low heat, bring to a boil, then, while stirring continuously, lower heat to a simmer.

After 10 minutes of boiling, keep stirring.

Turn off the stove and whisk in the vanilla extract. Stir. Allow it to cool.

Pour the caramel glaze over the cake after it has cooled somewhat.

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