The recipe for a great cake is the one that has your family eating and laughing with each bite, according to one of my favorite Apple recipes.
The recipe for the famous Cake with Apple Sauce recipe is one I’ve learned from the blog, Cake-ology.
I’ve also been a fan of Cake-ologist since before I ever used their site.
So how did I end up with this recipe?
Well, I went with a cake recipe from the Cakeology post that was already on my iPhone.
And this cake is super easy to make with just one Apple-centric ingredient: Apple sauce.
I’m a huge fan of Apple sauce and I love the way it adds a little kick to the recipe.
It’s one of the things that keeps me coming back to the website.
So when I heard about Apple sauce on the internet, I immediately grabbed it.
I know that Apple sauce is one of those ingredients that’s hard to come by in most stores, but it’s always a nice treat to have on hand at home.
Apple sauce has an incredibly delicious, creamy consistency that gives it a slightly sweeter taste than plain, buttery sauce.
It also has a really strong flavor, so if you’re looking for something with a little more flavor than your average Apple sauce, this is it.
My husband and I both love Apple sauce but this recipe has a little extra kick.
It has a nice kick to it because it’s made with just a little bit of Apple-based ingredients.
Plus, you can add it right into the batter to add a little of that kick.
So you could make this as a side dish or serve it as an appetizer with some of your favorite desserts.
The only thing you need to do is add the sauce in the last minute before serving.
This recipe is perfect for making when you have an apple-focused day or are having a birthday party.
You can have a cake and a salad for dessert and still have time for dessert later on in the day.
Or if you don’t have a party to cook for, you could also serve this as an entree or even serve it with a glass of wine.
I love pairing this with my husband’s favorite Apple-themed desserts, like the Apple-flavored Apple Sauce, or the Apple Sauce Lemonade, which is delicious served on the rocks.