Sticky Apple Cake Alison Roman
How to Make a Sticky Apple Cake
Sticky apple cake is one of the best fall treats around. The best part is you can make it on your own. It’s a simple cake-baking process and requires minimal prep. Plus, you can serve it at room temperature or cold. With the right ingredients, you can be sure that your guests will be satisfied. A bonus is that you will get to eat some tasty apples, a win-win situation.
First, you need to decide on the best baking pan for your creation. You can opt for a pie plate, springform pan, or even a non-stick splatter proof baking dish. If you choose to go the non-stick route, you may want to spray the pan with some non-stick cooking spray. Regardless of the pan you use, the baking process should take about 45 minutes to cook, allowing plenty of time for the baking powder to do its magic.
Once the requisite time has been spent, the rest is history. Using a skewer, test the thickest part of the cake. After you have your cake and icing, you can sit back and enjoy the fruits of your labors. For an added dose of fun, serve it on a platter. Depending on the size of your guests, this can be an impressive display. Alternatively, you can assemble the cakes in a large bowl and serve the assembled cake from there.