Friday, October 25, 2013

Low Fat Apple Fritter Cake


I own a lot of old cookbooks.  I love to look at recipes and see how I can lighten them up or recreate them somehow.  I found this old recipe for an apple cake.  I studied it and came up with my own recipe I am calling Low Fat Apple Fritter Cake.  It is really good.  I wanted to get a picture of a piece of cake - however, it was gone too fast.  I shared some with my friend Kathy and took the rest to bible study.  I had many compliments, so I decided to share the recipe with you guys.

Low Fat Apple Fritter Cake

Dry:  2 1/2 C flour
          2 t baking powder
          2 t baking soda
          1/4 t salt
          1 1/2 C sugar
Stir together in keep in separate bowl

Wet:  2/3 C applesauce
          2/3 C low fat or no fat yogurt
           2 t vanilla
           3 eggs
Wisk all of this together in a bowl




Set this to the side and work on the apples.  We have had an abundant apple year.  I used some from our trees, we don't spray our trees, so they aren't the prettiest.  

Then cut up the apples.  I used this peeler without the slicer to peel them.  I then cored them and cut the sections in half.  




6 C apple chunks
1 T cinnamon 
1/2 C brown sugar
Stir together till apples are coated with spice

Pour 1/2 of batter in a 9 x 13 pan (spray the pan), dump in the apples and pour the other 1/2 over the top.  I did sprinkle some brown sugar on the top of the cake before baking.  Bake 350 for 55-60 minutes.


       
I was thinking that you could use this same batter mix with rhubarb, blueberries, cherries, peaches or pears as well.  I plan to keep this one as a "go to".  I hope you try it out.   Enjoy.

Blessings from Ringle, Wisconsin.

3 comments:

Liz said...

This sounds great! I still have so many apples that need used up. Great tips for cutting those apples up!

Felecia Cofield said...

Hi Jacky! The cake looks delicious! That's awesome you used apples from your tree! I hope to have lots more apples from our tree next year! Are those store bought eggs? The yolk is paler than home-grown. I guess your hens aren't laying since your weather is cold. Mine are only laying 1-2 a day. I like how you utilized the peeler. I started to do that with my last batch, but chose a knife instead. Sounds like you have a good base for many different types of fruit! Thanks for sharing! Blessings from Bama!

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