Salted Caramel Apple Pound Cake (And a Giveaway!)

When life gives you left-over Salted Caramel Sauce, I say make pound cake!

Salted Caramel Apple Pound Cake

With fall teasing us in the Dallas area, the temperatures are fluctuating between 100 and 80, I find myself feeling very domestic.  The cooler weather puts me in the mood to putter around the house organizing books, clearing out closets, and whipping up cozy treats in the kitchen.  Usually during this time of year I would be baking fall fruit pies, as the cooler weather seems perfect for pie, but this year I have had my fill of pie.  With all the cookbook frenzy behind me I have turned my attention to cakes.  While clearing out the refrigerator, which I am sad to admit needed some particular attention, I found a jar of homemade Salted Caramel Sauce that I had photographed for the next cookbook.  How had I forgotten it?  Even more important, what would I make with it?

Salted Caramel Apple Pound Cake

This pound cake has salted caramel in the batter, salted caramel dripping over the top, and it is all finished with a salted caramel whipped cream.  It sounds like it would be very rich and overpowering but it isn’t.  In the cake batter the salted caramel adds a subtle, nutty yet buttery flavor that compliments the sweet-tart apple bits.  The apples seem to sort of melt into the cake, but when you find a bite with apple in it you can certainly taste it.  Because I prefer pound cake served with some sweet whipped cream I decided to experiment and make a Salted Caramel Whipped Cream.  I will tell you it is good enough to eat all by itself, and it is my new go-to Thanksgiving whipped cream.  I can’t wait to try it dolloped on pumpkin pie!

Now, for the giveaway … I am so happy to be giving away not one, but TWO copies of my new cookbook, Everything Pie!  How do I get from pound cake to pie, you ask?  Well, the Salted Caramel Sauce recipe I have included in this recipe is also found in Everything Pie.  See, it fits!

How to enter:

First, comment below and tell me about your favorite fall activities.  Do you love to hunt for the perfect pumpkin in a pumpkin patch?  Trick-or-treating with the kids?  Maybe you love going to a harvest festival?  Whatever it is, tell me about it.  What can I say, I’m nosy!

Second, Tweet about this giveaway with a link back to this entry, then post a link to that tweet in the comments below.  Tweet whatever you like, and if you want to mention me (which would be lovely) my Twitter handle is @BakingBlog.

Finally, tell your friends on Facebook by sharing a link to this entry.  Just post a link back here so I can see you did.

The giveaway ends October 11, 2011 at 11 pm CST.   The winner will be selected at random and notified via email (so be sure to use a valid email address when commenting) no later than October 13, 2011.   In the event that the same person wins both books (with multiple entries it could happen) a second winner will be selected.  I am providing the books from my own personal supply.

Good luck, and now back to the cake …

Salted Caramel Apple Pound Cake     Serves 10 to 12

For the cake:
1 stick (4 ounces) butter, at room temperature
3/4 cup Salted Caramel Sauce, divided (recipe follows)
3/4 cup sugar
3/4 cup packed light brown sugar
5 eggs, at room temperature
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon cardamom
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup all-purpose flour
2 cups cake flour
1 cup whole milk
1 Granny Smith (or other firm apple) peeled, cored, and chopped

For the whipped cream:
2 tablespoons Salted Caramel Sauce
1 tablespoon powdered sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup heavy whipping cream

Heat the oven to 325 F and spray a 10 to 15 cup bundt or ring pan with non-stick cooking spray.

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In the work bowl of a stand mixer, or in a large bowl with a hand mixer, cream together the butter and 1/2 cup of the salted caramel sauce until well combined.  Add the sugar and brown sugar and beat until very light and fluffy, about 5 minutes.

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Add the eggs, one at a time, to the butter mixture, beating for 2 minutes after adding each egg.  Once all the eggs are added stir in the vanilla.

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In a separate bowl sift together the cinnamon, cardamom, baking soda, baking powder, salt, all-purpose flour, and cake flour.  Alternately add the flour mixture and milk into the butter, in three additions, beginning and ending with the flour.  Fold in the apple pieces.

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Pour the batter into the prepared pan and bake for 45 to 55 minutes, or until the cake springs back in the center when gently pressed.  Watch the cake carefully starting at the 45 minute mark, and do not over-bake.

Salted Caramel Apple Pound Cake

Allow the cake to cool for 15 minutes in the pan then turn out onto a wire rack to cool completely.  Once cool pour the reserved caramel over the top, allowing it to drip naturally down the sides.

For the whipped cream combine the salted caramel, powdered sugar, vanilla, and cream in a medium bowl.  Whip until the mixture forms medium peaks.

Salted Caramel Apple Pound Cake

Serve the cake with a generous scoop of the whipped cream.  Enjoy!

Salted Caramel Apple Pound Cake


Salted Caramel Sauce     Yield about 2 cups

1 cup sugar
2 tablespoons water
2 tablespoons light corn syrup
3/4 cup heavy cream
4 tablespoons unsalted butter
1 1/2 teaspoons sea salt

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In a medium saucepan with deep sides add the sugar, water, and corn syrup.  Place the pot over medium heat and, swirling but never stirring, bring the mixture to a boil.  Brush the sides of the pan with a wet pastry brush if any sugar crystals cling to the edge of the pot.

Allow the mixture to boil until it is a deep amber color and the sugar smells like dark caramel, about 6 minutes.

Salted Caramel Apple Pound Cake

Remove the pot from the heat and, very carefully as it will bubble up, whisk in the heavy cream, butter, and salt.  Once the butter is melted let the caramel cool to room temperature.  Left-overs can be stored in the refrigerator in an air-tight container for up to a month.


© 2011, Evil Shenanigans. All rights reserved.

Author: Kelly

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  • Lejla

    I love to make chili in the fall, and just in general, take walks outside since the weather is perfect!

  • Scarves, crisp air, walking w/ my hubby and crunching the leaves with our feet, autmnal smells; cozy evenings in front of the fireplace with hot tea and my man.

  • Laura P

    I like fall because I can start wearing my boots again!

  • Sounds great! I love anything that uses cardamom. Bought a bunch of apples at the farm recently and have been working on my teacake recipes this week. I love it that from TX to MA we’re all in apple mode this month!

  • My favorite fall activity is making pumpkin pie!!

  • I don’t think it’s possible to over-do apples at this time of the year. Put ’em in everything!

  • Favorite activities: hikes, college football, and buying new cold weather gear!

  • How fun!
    My favorite fall activity is curling up under a blanket on the couch and watching cooking shows.

  • OH my goodness… apples and salted caramel in ONE cake?? Be still my heart!! This is such a perfect cake to take to upcoming events – a little different and transportable… what could be better!
    And the whipped cream… definitely making this for Thanksgiving!

  • Love everything about this cake…even if I think I love pies more. (Pander pander) 🙂

    I know it goes against the grain but I don’t especially love fall. Mostly because it means winter is coming…brrr. I love spring and I’m sticking to it!

  • My absolute favorite fall activity is taking my daughter to all the pumpkin patches and fall festivals I can. It is so much fun to watch her enthusiastic response to all the fun activity. I also love, love, love Halloween.

  • I just tweeted about the giveaway! https://twitter.com/#!/jenroark

  • AND you’re my newest status update on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/inspiredbydesign
    LOL. Can you tell I’d love to win this giveaway? 🙂

  • This cake looks decadent!

    Favorite fall activity? Apple picking in NY/NJ Orchards and baking apple pie to share with family.

  • I bookmarked this for later. Wow! I love caramel and with it on cake even better! Thanks for sharing.

  • Alyse

    My favorite fall activity is having my older son home from college for a few days. Yay!

  • Claire

    I love decorating ginger bread men cookies!

  • Salty caramel is my new bet friend. I take it everywhere and eat it in copious amounts. Grand, clever recipe! Fall? Walking in leaves of course.

  • I had to chuckle when you said the cooler weather and the temps were between 100 and 80! Congrats on the book!

  • My favorite fall activity is eating butternut squash. You think I’m kidding. Roasted. With butter and brown sugar.

  • Lynn in MD

    I love fall. Raking leaf piles and jumping in them with the kids is fun.

  • I love to decorate the house with Halloween decorations and put up pumpkins and decorate them. Definitely handing out candy for the kids on Halloween.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  • I have to pick ONE favorite fall activity? It’s a toss up between carving pumpkins and weaving through a corn maze.

  • Sara S.

    Pound Cake .. one of the best things i really enjoy , Thank you

  • Athena R

    That is one delicious looking cake. My favorite fall activities are hiking, baking fall desserts, seeing the leaves change colors, and going to festivals.

  • Amanda

    Fall is, hands down, my favorite season. I love Halloween and Thanksgiving, I love the weather, and I love that my birthday is coming up! I especially love harvest festivals!

  • Joy

    My favorite activity has got to be apple picking.

  • Kelly G

    I love fall. I love the cool air, leaves changing colors, fall baking, harvest festivals. I am looking forward to taking my new niece to the pumpkin patch this year. I am flying to Texas just to do it!

  • My favorite fall activity is totally the picking out of the perfect pumpkin! I mean c’mon!! And my birthday too (it is Halloween and all!)

  • Janet

    I like the cool weather

  • Jennifer

    My favorite fall activity is scrapbooking. Bake up some yummy fall breads, grab a mug of my favorite chai tea and settle in at the craft table for hours of scrapbooking fun. The summers are always too busy for me to get to this so the fall is the perfect time to catch up on scrapbooking my family albums.

  • The crisp weather, baking, apple picking, Halloween…I love everything about fall!

  • robin

    oh my you are still in the thick of summer- here in Macungie PA it is a chilly windy 62…and it is lovely!!
    fall weather- the day you would love to be baking your scrumtious recipe for Salted Caramel Apple Pound Cake..I am going to make this next tuesday for our school secretaries birthday..so wish me luck…I just know I will need to run out and get this new book of yours- unless I am one of the lucky gals to win it….but either way- it will be mine!! thanks evil shananagins…love your blog..all your recipes are scrumtious!!! muah.

  • OMG YUM!

  • Yum! I love everything about fall — pumpkins, festivals, apple picking, leaf watching and building a fire outside — to name a few. Congrats on your cookbook! I hope I win!

  • Tammy S

    By far, pumpkin carving and decorating for Halloween!!

  • This pound cake sounds divine. And since Yom Kippur is this weekend and we’re right in the middle of the high holidays which are all about apples, I can’t think of a better dessert.

    As for the fall, I love going pumpkin hunting with the family. And of course trick or treating with my son who’s finally old enough to get it (which of course means more candy for me. ;-))

  • thisoldbroad

    My favorite thing to do in the fall is bake. That’s what makes it officially Fall for me. That’s also why I followed the incredible picture of this Salted Carmel Apple cake to find this recipe. Your pie cookbook would be an excellent bonus.

  • I just tweeted about the giveaway.

  • And I shared this page on my Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Time-for-Good-Food/217286951624062

  • Diane

    My favorite thing about fall is that I can whip out my boots! I also love baking autumn treats right now I’m thinking mini apple pies with salted caramel sauce!

  • I love drinking (way too much) apple cider!

  • Jan

    BAKING…BAKING…BAKING; all the way thru the 1st of the year!

  • Amy

    The pumpkin patch and fall baking.

  • Susie D.

    Oh boy, where to start… baking, talking walks, buying pumpkins and mums, celebrating our anniversary and the kids birthdays… I LOVE FALL! And your cake looks so yummy!

  • Cindy B.

    My favorite fall activities is going to as many fairs, flea markets, country craft stores as I can. They have a lot of hidden treasures I just love!!

  • Corisa

    I love to go apple picking up in New York with my family ! Such a nice day to get outside then come home and make an apple pie !

  • Cindy B.

    I tweeted this giveaway. http://twitter.com/#!/Cinbat03

  • Cindy B.

    I share this giveaway on my Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/

  • Kari

    My favorite fall activity is picking apples at the apple orchard. We went last weekend, it was great!

  • Jacqui

    It is hard to pick one favorite fall activity – I am obsessed with fall and love everything about it! From pumpkin and apple picking to haunted houses to baking with fall ingredients, I love it all!

  • Make pound cake indeed! This looks stunning!! And a great fall recipe

  • Mellisa W.

    Being able to bake with pumpkin and people not looking at you weird. Thanks!

  • My favorite fall activity is just getting back into the kitchen to bake.

  • Hi Kelly, Just wanted to congratulate you on your fantastic Everything Pie Cookbook. I wish I could have a slice of your cake with my tea now. Shulie

  • Wow! This cake looks and sounds absolutely divine! Love the flavors! One of my favorite fall activities, aside from eating all the treats that go along with fall, would be apple picking. I know it may seem generic, but I look forward to it every year… it’s just always a great bonding experience!

  • colleen guidone

    I love to bake-the smell of fall apples and pumpkins filling the house is the best!!!

  • Yum – looks delicious! This north TX girl is tired of being teased too – SO ready for consistent fall weather! My favorite thing about fall is baking/cooking up a storm and leaving the oven door open afterwards to heat the house! Sometimes it’s the little things in life : )

  • That sounds awesome!

  • Melissa

    I can’t believe you found so many ways to incorporate salted caramel sauce into one recipe; you might just be my new hero! My very favorite fall activity is football: tailgating, throwing parties, cheering hard. That truly symbalizes fall to me.

  • Sharity

    Getting out the pumpkin pie spice and using it in everything, made pumpkin carrot cake last night, plan on pumpkin pie cheesecake next week

  • This looks and sounds delicious! Great job detailing each and every step too.

  • Jane

    The kids and I bake a special batch of pumpkin shaped sugar cookies right before Halloween! That’s about it, really, though. Not the most exciting, but definitely yummy 🙂

  • Sarah Smith

    This is my first fall. I’m from a much warmer country and I haven’t had the pleasure of this lovely cooling off before. I let you know next year what liked best this year.

  • My favorite fall activities are baking and going to local craft fairs!

  • I love cooking with pumpkin and going to the pumpkin patch with the kiddos!

  • Stephanie M

    My favorite fall activity is baking honey cake for Rosh Hashana, the Jewish new year. There are a lot of ingredients, but they all simply go into one big bowl. I love when baking is simple and yet still very delicious. I am able to share a holiday tradition with all my friends.

  • Stephanie M
  • Susie

    I love being able to cook more, more warm treats, more soups and stews – mmmm

  • Susie

    delete this comment, moderator, i don’t want to be entering twice. but i forgot to say i’m dying to make this cake 🙂

  • My favorite Fall activity is leaf peeping! I love to take a drive up in the mountains and look at all the pretty colors….

  • Tweeted @friedaluvsbread

    I think it’s great you have a cookbook! Thanks for a wonderful recipe and giveaway!

  • Kristen

    We like to go apple picking and then make apple cake. I’m SO trying this recipe!

  • Heather

    All the fall festivals. We have a huge on in our town – and most of the surrounding towns have something going on every weekend. It’s fun to go – eat “fair food” and wander around all the booths etc.

    The pound cake looks awesome. Definitely trying it.

  • Heather


    Is the link to sharing the giveaway on Facebook.

  • Apple-salted caramel is a great flavor combo. And it’s such an affordable yet tasty cake: leftover caramel, apples…
    Thanks for sharing this one. I’m going to tweet about it.

  • Liz

    We like all of the above! This weekend is our towns Harvest Festival, and we usually do the pumpkin patch the same weekend to get pumpkins & mums to decorate the front porch! And of course we love trick or treating and just having game nights or sitting around the fire with spiked hot chocolate, YUM!

  • Every year we take our girls to a fall festival at a local greenhouse. They do hayrides on a horse-drawn wagon, have free homemade donuts, a petting zoo, pumpkin-picking, and other fun activities for the little ones.

  • Shared on my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/EdesiasNotebook

  • Heather

    I love to take my kids to the pumpkin patch with my husband and my sisters family. We are going this weekend.
    Thanks for the give awey. 🙂

  • I love EVERYTHING about fall! The weather, the change of colors, and especially the cranberry festivals up in northern Wisconsin! It’s ALL great!

  • jan

    LOVE… making carmel apples with my two amazing daughters… then delivering to all our favorite neighbors

  • Debbie

    I love fall cooking and canning and when I am done with that…I love putting things to bed for the winter so they will be happy and healthy come spring!

  • iamgogo

    My favorite thing about fall is the cooler weather. That, and our annual pumpkin patch trip is a must!

  • Love this cake. I tweeted the giveaway because I’m a major pie person. Can’t wait to see the cookbook.

    You asked about personal Halloween experiences. Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, and you’d know that by my house-cats, ravens and sinister decor this month–and other months.

    I love to go to Half Moon Bay-pumpkin capitol of the world–the whole town is decked out for the holiday! Great shop windows and pumpkin patches.

    Have a great holiday

  • Kelly, this pound cake sounds beyond wonderful. Salted caramel turns everything it touches to gold!

    Congratulations on your book! That is definitely one I need in my kitchen because I am irrationally scared of making pies and am determined to overcome that.

    As for favorite fall activities – well, Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. We usually host a Halloween party for my kids’ friends and all of us get dressed up. Often my parents are here to visit at that time and they get right into the spirit. Last year they dressed up as ketchup and mustard. They were the hit of the party!

  • I tweeted about the giveaway (& your gorgeous pound cake). http://twitter.com/#!/cookincanuck/status/121629583832399872

  • my favorite thing to do in the fall is to literally feel the season change. it takes a while for us to settle in to fall (being in houston) but feeling the air getting colder and the mornings getting darker is satisfying. and baking with pumpkin and apples, duhhhh.

  • Chris

    I would LOVE this book! In (older) circles, I was known as the pie lady…..but haven’t baked a pie in over two years. I need a kick in the pants!

    One favorite fall cooking activity is making apple butter! I’m impatiently waiting but it won’t be long now!

    Congratulations on a book I will own, one way or another!

  • My fav fall activity is walking while the leaves are falling. This cake looks so fantastic.c

  • I love going to the local apple orchard and just being able to enjoy the wonderful weather and football is great too!

  • I love visiting Edward’s Apple Farm in Illinois (sadly, we live in Texas, so it’s very rare that we get to go). We don’t pick apples – we just eat donuts and fudge and apple cider and pie.

  • Well…since I just found out that the baby shower I’m co-hosting in November is going to have a fall pie theme, it seems like a good time to win your book!

    One of my favorite things about the fall is apple cider. I had a cider float over the weekend with pumpkin ice cream. Delcious!

  • Darleen Kurisko

    Making homemade pumpkin lattes is my absolute favorite fall treat!

  • Linda V

    Fall pumpkins and a local farm that has wonderful pumpkin donuts.

  • murra

    The cake looks fab and sooooo fall like!! Enjoy getting your recipes!

  • Congrats on the book! Love the cake!

  • Marla

    Looking forward to getting the kids dressed up for Halloween and PUMPKIN PIE!!

  • Julie Hollabaugh

    I love taking the kiddos to the pumpkin patch and decorating the house the house for Fall. I always really start to feel the urge to bake. It makes the house smell yummy and Fallish. 😉

  • Marla
  • Marla

    I don’t know how to link my FB share to this page, but I did share it and tagged you in the process!

  • Wendy G

    I love getting out the baking gear and diving into Fall recipes that include pumpkin, pumpkin and, oh, did I mention pumpkin? My daughters are old enough now to really appreciate Halloween decorating, so I really do look forward to that and seeing their excitement as the neighborhood starts to transform into spooky fun.

  • Lauren Bentrup

    Our son’s birthday is on Halloween, so his parties are awesome! 🙂 Other than that, during the fall we love to pick & carve pumpkins!

  • I LOVE everything about fall…the weather most of all! The changing leaves, long hikes, taking out my camera, jumping in a big pile of leaves with my three kiddos, Pumpkin patches are so fun. Actually there isn’t anything I don’t like…
    And I especially love the FOOD, I am so making this recipe this weekend. It looks SO good, and I love the step by step photography added…it is jumping it right off the page. This looks like a really fun cook book

  • Wendy G

    Tweeted about it here: https://twitter.com/#!/DMBartender and mentioned you. I absolutely cannot wait to try this cake recipe, BTW.

  • Wendy G

    I tweeted about the giveaway here: https://twitter.com/#!/DMBartender and mentioned you. Way to go on your new cookbook. You are definitely an inspiration to bakers everywhere! 🙂

  • Shared this with my facebook friends

  • I shared this with my facebook friends

  • My favourite fall activity for now is trying as many pumpkin-inspired food things as possible. Pumpkin donuts, pumpkin ice cream, pumpkin pie, pumpkin soup… You get the picture!

  • Wow!!! Fall gets me in the mood to start really crafting. I will sit for hours working on crafts.

  • Kelly-I LOVE this gorgeous cake. You’re so kind to do a giveaway of your wonderful book. I can’t wait to get baking with my copy! xx

  • lisa c

    taking the kids to the school halloween party, taking walks thru the leaves, baking lots of fall inspired treats.

  • Julia

    My favorite fall activity is baking and we also go to my sister’s to help hand out candy on Halloween.

  • Fall is all about baking for me. I’d love to bake up this luscious cake!

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  • Saramiah

    My favorite fall thing to do is the corn maze. I love it. It’s a silly fun way to burn off calories before eating homemade cake and pie.

  • Paula

    Pumpkin patch and hayrides with my daughter! Looking forward to making this cake too

  • Forgotten salted caramel? How could you! This cake looks divine! Fall is my favorite time of year, I love apple and pumpkin picking, being in the kitchen (I get into nesting mode, too), reading, taking road trips to see the pretty leaves, and spending time with family.

  • I shared the giveaway on Facebook (tagged Evil Shenanigans), but I unfortunately don’t have Twitter 🙁

  • This cake looks heavenly. I sooo want a piece right now. I love salted caramel! I dont think there is a fall activity I dont like, but when I lived in NY I would drive upstate to the Woodstock area on fall weekends. I just loved going up there, grabbing a coffee and walking through the small town and into some trails to see the beautiful foliage.

  • Peg D

    Love fresh, crisp Macintosh apples. Had my first cider donut of the season last week. Can’t wait for more! The leaves are just starting to turn. Fall in Vermont is wonderful. Last year I went to my first Harvest Festival at Shelburne Farms and want to go again this year. Nothing beats a beautiful, sunny fall day.

  • Leah

    We’ve already carved five jack o’laterns this year and there will be more to come! The roasted pumpkin seeds were tasty too!

  • Amanda Thompson

    My favorite fall activities are football and baking!!

  • Yan

    Drinking hot apple cider

  • Dian Miller

    I love to decorate my home with fall leaves and pumpkins!

  • Louis

    your cake looks delicious. I am baking cookies right now 🙂 One of my favorite fall ctivities is baking pumkin pie, also decorating for Halloween

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

  • Louis

    I tweeted your giveaway

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  • Louis

    I shared on my Face Book

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  • Oh my goodness, love the recipe but most of all I am so excited for you! I can’t wait to flip through your book 😀 The boys and I love making Halloween costumes together.

  • Dawn

    Cooler weather, warm, furry jackets and scarves. Being outdoors with kids instead of stuck in air conditioning in house with 100+ degree weather outside.

  • Carmen

    Every fall we go to the local apple festival (10′ apple pie!) I also love to go to the apple orchards to pick straight from the tree – and maybe even take in a corn maze

  • Amelia

    I tried to make the caramel sauce tonight. I want to make the cake, but since I’m 6 1/2 months pregnant, I thought I’d make the caramel sauce tonight and then the cake tomorrow. Anywho, I got the sugar to a nice dark brown caramel, removed it from the heat, and put in the cream and butter. I measured out the salt and them added it. I think I was moving too slow because when I started to whisk things together the caramel was hardening. I managed to stick with it and whisk for a while, and got some caramel sauce which tastes really good. However, I think that I only got about 1 or so cup as opposed to two. Any suggestions on how I can make this better or thoughts on what happened? Thanks!

  • Karyn

    I’ve made this cake three times this week! It’s delicious and surprisingly easy. I do find that it takes longer than 6 minutes to get the amber colour, but that’s no doubt due to variations in cooktops and pans (I use Le Creuset on induction). I also reduced the sea salt to 1 tsp after the first cake. Again, there seems to be variety between salts in terms of grain size. Love the website and the recipes!

  • Ness

    Yummy :-).

    Fall activites: Working the last time in the Garden before the winter starts. Enjoying the sun. Make long walks and after it a hot chocolate.

  • Jenn

    This recipe looks fabulous! Knew I wanted to make it from the minute I saw it, in fact, it’s going to make an appearance at Thanksgiving this year. I do have a question though -with having a million things going on Thanksgiving day, could the whipped cream be made up the night before and still be whipped cream? Thanks in advance for the help.

  • OTA Mom

    Running through the fallen leaves with my kids! 🙂

  • Janet

    I love to take a ride and look at all the beautiful colors of the leaves

  • Saw this on Pinterest, Yum! can’t wait to make it!

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  • di

    Fall means pulling out the Halloween decoration and making some pumpkin bread ant hot apple cider.

  • di

    Liked you on facebook:)

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