Tuesdays with Dorie: Apple Nut Muffin Cake

October 4, 2011 at 12:09 am | Posted in breakfast things, cakes & tortes, groups, muffins/quick breads, simple cakes, sweet things, tuesdays with dorie | 10 Comments
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apple nut muffin cake

This Apple Nut Muffin Cake is quintessential fall baking…apples, cinnamon, brown sugar, walnuts and raisins…all things that make your house smell great.  Rolled oats (and swapping a little whole grain flour for AP) make this easy breakfast cake feel even more wholesome.  It is just like a muffin in terms of technique and texture, but, not that I would ever really call muffin-making fussy, you simply slap the batter into a cake pan and go….ready for coffee in about 35 minutes.

For the recipe, see Baking: From My Home to Yours by Dorie Greenspan or read Baking and Boys!, as it was Katrina’s pick this week.  Don’t forget to check out the TWD Blogroll!


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  1. Oh yours looks so perfect. Mine was a bit more rustic looking. Love this cake! Great job on yours.

  2. I agree with the house smelling good!! I loved all the warm cozy baking smells! Fall is such a great time to bake!! Im glad you enjoyed the cake, I love this recipe! Have a great TWD!!!!

  3. how did you get such a perfect looking loaf! lovely.

  4. This did make the house smell great! Your piece of cake looks lovely.

  5. I wish I could remember to swap out for some whole wheat flour. It just never happens. Looks just perfect. Made my kitchen smell soooo good.

  6. Looks great…my slice picture is fairly good this week…yours is still better but I am hoping to gain a bit before this is all over!

  7. Your slice of cake is so perfect! I made the recipe into muffins and topped them with streusel – a great fall breakfast 🙂

  8. sounds great!

  9. looks absolutely gorgeous, and delicious too

  10. The cake looks lovely 🙂

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