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Applesauce Upside-Down Cake

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  • Hands-On Time: 10 Minutes
  • Total Time: 43 Minutes
  • Servings: 12
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Ingredients

  • 1 box Duncan Hines Yellow Cake Mix and ingredients to prepare
  • 3/4 stick butter or margarine
  • 1 cup firmly packed brown sugar
  • 1 (16 oz.) jar applesauce

Baking Instructions

  1. In a 9'x13' pan, melt butter. Add 1 cup firmly packed brown sugar and the applesauce. Spread evenly over bottom of pan.
  2. Mix one package Duncan Hines Yellow Cake Mix as directed on box. Pour evenly over applesauce.
  3. Bake 30 to 35 minutes at 350 degrees F.

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Guilt free cakes

Guilt free cakes

When I'm in the mood for cake, I always use applesauce instead of oil (up to 1/2 cup). This way, I can feel guiltfree about what I'm eating (I don't like frosting on my cakes). Makes the cake nice and moist, too!


instant pudding vs. cook & serve

instant pudding vs. cook & serve

I have seen several rum cake recipes. Some call for instant pudding and some call for cook and serve. Aside from the two different types of pudding all the remaining ingredients are the same. Does anybody know what the difference is between instant and cook and serve pudding and how it affects the cake?





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