12 Days of Christmas Treats: Day 10 {Julie-Ann’s Apple Cake}

This one is a long family tradition on my husband’s side of the family. Being that they are Polish and have long-standing polish traditions and recipes, you would have to have a recipe for Apple Cake in the mix. This is a wonderful cake. My husband likes it refrigerated and for a breakfast treat with coffee. Enjoy!

This is the picture of my two-year old daughter, being “squirrely” while she was helping me make the apple cake.

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Julie-Ann’s Apple Cake

For the cake:

4 C flour

1 C shortening

4 eggs

1 1/2 C sugar

4 t. baking powder

1/2 t. salt

3/4 C Cream of Wheat

5-8 small-medium apples, peeled and thinly sliced

Sugar-Cinnamen mixture to taste

Blend flour, shortening together in medium size bowl. Add eggs, sugar, baking powder and salt to flour mixture till well combined. Spread cake dough in a thin layer on a buttered cookie sheet. Sprinkle cream of wheat on the cake.

Layer the sliced apples in rows on top of the cake. Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon.

Sour cream topping:

1 pint sour cream

2 egg

1 C Sugar

Combine sour cream, egg and sugar. Pour over sliced apples.

Bake cake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes or until cake is set.

Let cool and enjoy. Best when enjoyed after being refrigerated.

|| Your Desert Momma ||

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2 Comments to “12 Days of Christmas Treats: Day 10 {Julie-Ann’s Apple Cake}”

  1. I want a pieces hehehe

  2. Well my lovely daughter-in0law, you have that recipe done to a tee.

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