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Apple Caramel Cake

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I enhanced the Decadent Apple Caramel Cake Mix and gave it a beautiful presentation for a church function. It was the most popular item there. Everyone asked for the recipe.

  • Hands-On Time:1 Hour
  • Total Time: 2 Hours
  • Servings:
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Ingredients

  • 1 box Duncan Hines Decadent Apple Caramel Cake Mix
  • Eggs (as directed on package)
  • Oil (as directed on package)
  • Water (as directed on package)
  • 1 cup chopped pecans plus 5 or 6 pecan halves
  • 1 can Duncan Hines Creamy Caramel Frosting
  • ! can Duncan Hines Creamy Vanilla Frosting

Baking Instructions

  1. Mix and bake as directed on box
  2. Cool on wire rack until completely cool
  3. I used 2 mixes (mixed separately) and baked in a large tube cake pan at 325 degrees.
  4. Frost the top of cake with Duncan Hines Creamy Caramel Frosting and frost the side of cake with Creamy Vanilla Frosting. Cover the side of cake with chopped pecans and arrange pecan halves around center.

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Tips

Soften cookies that were left out too long

Soften cookies that were left out too long

Baking in dry climates presents challenges, especially when you leave your freshly baked cookies out on the cooling rack for more than a day. How disappointing is it to come home from work and have two dozen hard cookies? If this happens, put all the cookies in a zip lock bag with a piece of bread. Seal it up and wait a couple hours. Cookies will be back to normal overnight!


cutting brownies

cutting brownies

I have a plastic lettuce knife and it is the best for cutting brownies. No tearing or sticking.





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