Sunday, September 16, 2012

Have your cake and eat it too! With Recipe!

Sunday night at sundown is when we observe the  Jewish Holiday Rosh Hashanah and we will be  busy celebrating. We wanted to take a moment to wish our Jewish friends an abundant, healthy and happy New Year...to the rest of you, HAPPY MONDAY!
Nope! No cat photo! Whaaat????  Don't worry your furry little heads! All things CATS will return on TUESDAY!! My Mom is an excellent COOK but normally wants no part of baking whatsoever!! She says she is severely "baking challenged" and has no patience for it.

Well...Mom was soooo proud of the apple cake that she baked to bring to my Auntie's house for the Jewish Holiday that she HAD to post it!

In case you would like the recipe:here it is!! (compliments of allrecipes.com)

Jewish Apple Cake

INGREDIENTS

3 cups all-purpose flour (Mom used white all-purpose wheat flour)
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 and a 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
2 cups white sugar
1 cup vegetable oil
4 eggs, beaten
1/4 cup orange juice
2 teaspoons vanilla extract (use the GOOD stuff please!)
3 apples-peeled, cored and sliced (Mom used Granny Smith's)
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
5 teaspoons white sugar

DIRECTIONS:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) Grease and flour one 10 inch tube pan. Combine the ground cinnamon and 5 teaspoons of the sugar together and set aside.

In a large mixing bowl, combine the flour, salt, baking powder and 2 cups of the sugar. Stir in the vegetable oil, beaten eggs, orange juice and vanilla. Mix well.

Pour 1/2 of the batter into the prepared pan. Top with 1/2 of the sliced apples and sprinkle with 1/2 of the cinnamon sugar mixture. Pour the remaining batter over the top and layer the remaining sliced apples and cinnamon sugar.

Bake at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for 70 to 90 minutes. (Mom's was done in about 75 minutes!)

Enjoy! If you bake it, let us know!

Mom's looks CATABULOUS....now...let's hope that it is  edible!!!

Love, Cody

44 comments:

  1. Oh wow!! What a yummy cake!! Yay!!!! Love trying new recipes - so thank you and if I do bake it will most definitely let you know!!

    Happy New Year!!!! Happy Rosh Hashanah!! Enjoy your wonderful celebrations! Happy Monday!!

    p.s. we look forward to sweet Cody Tuesday! :-)

    Take care
    x

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  2. Oh yum! Wish I could eat it! lol Shana Tova, Caren xx

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  3. Shana Tova Tikatevu from our home to yours!

    I think I made this same cake this year....LOL! YUM!

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  4. The cake looks delicious!
    Happy Rosh Hashanah to you.

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  5. My mom wish she can have a piece : )
    Look so YUUUUMMMMMMM !
    Happy Rosh Hashanah to you and your family.
    xoxo

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  6. Ah yes, Rosh Hashanah. And the Jewish apple cake. That looks very much like the ingredients my friend Leon uses in his recipe.
    Which reminds me, must phone him and wish him a happy Rosh Hashanah :)
    Take very good care.
    Gary

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  7. L'shanah tovah Cody and family!

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  8. I'm gonna make this for the HUB; Happy New Year Caren!

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  9. Happy Rosh Hashanah Cody and Aunty Caren! Errr.....would you courier that cake to me? har har har *evil laughs*

    Brad the most handsome

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  10. The Human thinks that cake look totally delishus! Me, I think it would prolly be lots better wif some toonas in it. Happy New Year ;-) XOXOXO

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  11. Mommy has to mkae that Cake! It is apple season here!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  12. Shana Tova Umetukah!

    That cake sounds awesome! Golden Delicious apples have a really sweet taste when baked, our mom likes them in pies.

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  13. My human says thanks for the recipe! I don't know what the big deal is - there is no CHICKEN in it!

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  14. Yum, looove cake!

    Meow from all of us! Au, Target and Guido.

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  15. yummy yummy I shall have to try that when I get back from vacation

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  16. That looks so yummy! I want to eat it!

    Will try to bake it as soon as possible once I get some apples :)

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  17. Happy Rosh Hashanah Cody and tell your Mom that her cake is beautiful....and yummy looking....and my Mom is going to give it a whirl.

    Kitty Hugs, Sammy

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  18. Have a wonderful Monday and a Happy New Year.
    Best wishes Molly

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  19. Happy Rosh Hashanah to you! Enjoy the celebrations. The cake looks amazing!

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  20. Happy Rosh Hashanah to you. That cake does look yummy. Now I am hungry for apple cake. Thanks a bunch. Take care. Have a great day.

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  21. Shana Tovah to you all! We are "Catlic", but wish you a beautiful holiday!
    Shalom!

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  22. Yay for Cody's grandma being a baking success - even if just for this day! I can relate - cooking/baking and I get along much worse than cats and mice! Have a wonderful day!

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  23. Oh my goodness... that sounds delicious!

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  24. Yum, the cake looks wonderful, mom may have to make it this weekend! We wish you and your family a wonderful New Year!

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  25. @Art And Sew Forth---Cody's "Grandma???" Who is THAT?

    @McGuffy Ann "Catlic!!" OMG I love it! Thanks so much! BTW...my first husband was "Catlic" lol!!!

    @Marg thank you! Oh darn! If I lived closer I would bring some over! :)

    @Ingrid thanks so much! It was!

    @Molly thanks so much! You have a wonderful Monday too!

    @Sammy thank you sooo much! It was delicious! Please be sure to let me know what your Mom thought of it! Love, Cody

    @Priscilla yay! Can't wait to hear what you thought of it!!!! xoxoxo

    @The Furries it was!

    @speedyrabbit oh good! Let me know what you thought of it and have a great vacation!

    @Katz Tales me too!

    @Sparkle God I love you lol..."no chicken"

    @Oui Oui oh great!!! NOW you tell me! lol (about the golden delicious apples) I thought they would be too sweet because there is so much sugar in the cake. Hmmm...may try those next time. Thank you and Shana Tova! xoxoxo

    @Nellie oh good! Let me know what your Mom thought about it. It's apple season here too! xoxoxo

    @Spitty TUNA! MOL!!! Thank you! xoxoxo

    @Brad thank you!!!!!! I sure wish I could but it would take a year to get there! MOL! xoxoxo

    @Diane THANK YOU! Let me know what your hubby thought of it! xoxoxo

    @Dawn awww thanks so much!

    @zaza thanks so much!

    @Gary awww that was so sweet! Please tell your friend happy Rosh Hashanah from us too!

    @Benny & Lily it was!

    @Brian come on over!

    @Mr Puddy THANK YOU!! So good to see you Puddy! Tell your Mom I wish we could sit together and have some cake and coffee! Love, Mom

    @Eric and Flynn it was! Thanks so much!

    @Rykers right back at ya my friend! My mom and I are awful at Hebrew. Mom was a Hebrew school drop out! How did YOUR cake turn out? MOL!!! Love, Cody

    @CATachresis thanks so much! Wish you were here to eat some too! xoxoxo

    @Old Kitty awwww you are the sweetest! thanks so much and if you make it please let me know. Well, might not be Cody Tuesday but trust me, there WILL be CATS! xoxoxo





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  26. @Prudence thanks so much! If your Mom makes it please let us know!

    @Pup Fan it sure was!

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  27. Have a sweet and blessed Rosh Hashanah!
    My human says your cake looks yummy (I prefer crab cakes personally but I trust my human).
    Purrs

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  28. Mom's been wanting to make an apple cake, but it's a lotta trubble...mol
    She says she just may do this one, easier than her's.
    Happy New Year...
    xoxo Kassey

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  29. onlee thing missin cody iz a few cups oh trout...this cake sounds grate...ewe did a grate job givin yur mom all de inn greedeents !!

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  30. @da tabbies "trout!" OMC LOVE IT!! Have a great day!!

    @Kassey tell your Mom that this is sooooooo easy that she won't believe it! Let us know how it came out! xoxoxo

    @Texas thank you!!!! BTW I am with you about the crab!! MOL! xoxoxo

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  31. No cats. Only Nom, noms. Meow if you're hungry.

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  32. Have a blessed New Year Cody!

    (great cake recipe sounds so deeliciouis)

    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ✿•*¨`*•. ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥✿•*¨`*•.

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  33. Looks so yummy! Nice sweet start to the New Year.
    Best wishes from Shelter-Cats

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  34. L'shanah tovah tikatevi v'taihatemi

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  35. @Connie HELP I'm a bad Jew. I only know PART of what you said lol. Back at ya! lol

    @shelter cats yep and my New Yer already stinks lol

    @Abby thank you!! Ohhh it is!

    @Sharon "meow"

    @Repositorio I sure hope that is a GOOD THING lol

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  36. Good yom tov, Caren. Many blessings to you for the new year. Apple cake!!

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  37. That looks delicious!
    Hope you had an amazing holiday!

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  38. @Maggie it was! thanks so much it was good.

    @Nad bugs thank you sooo much!! I think you are jewish too? Happy New year! Wishing you nothing but the best!

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  39. Hey Cody, Hey Dakota, Jet here. Hi Miss Caren.

    YUMMY, great way to start off a sweet New Year. Bet there were no tidbits left! L'Shana Tovah.

    Mom's making Danish Cucumbers to go with Mom's sister-of-the-heart's break fast menu Wednesday!

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