Apple Dippity Cake recipe




3 Cups flour                                  1 Cup veggie oil

1tsp. baking soda                          2 Cups sugar

1 tsp. salt                                        3 eggs

1/2 tsp. cinnamon                       2 tsp. vanilla

1 Cup pecans (chopped)

3 Cups apples (peeled and chopped) (I used Granny Smith)


1 Cup packed brown sugar

1/4 Cup milk

3/4 Cup margarine


Powdered sugar for dusting


Mix oil, sugar, eggs and vanilla till well blended.

Sift together flour, salt, and soda.

Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients.

Fold in pecans and apples.


Best device for peeling, coring and slicing an apple (Pampered Chef product)


Simple dice the coiled, peeled cored apple. If you don’t have this product, you will have to do this by hand.


Pour into greased and floured bunt or tube pan.

Bake at 350* for 1 hour or until toothpick comes out clean.

While cake is still in pan and warm, make sauce.

Bring brown sugar, milk and margarine to a boil. As soon as it begins boiling, pour it over warm cake still in pan. Let sit until cooled.


Once cooled, invert pan over serving tray and dust with powdered sugar.

(Modified from recipe posted by friend on Facebook.)


About bethanyswanson

I am a Christ follower, wife, mother, writer, teacher, artist, cook, sister, daughter, grand-daughter, friend, laundry lady, house keeper, taxi service, sensory of movies and tv, and work in progress.
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One Response to Apple Dippity Cake recipe

  1. booklovers1 says:

    Wow! This looks yum! I must try it tomorrow. I’ll tell you how it turns out 🙂

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