“apple spice nut cake”

I made this a couple days ago and it turned out great! The noodles cooked perfectly. I did question the amount of salt that the cooking directions listed…it said ONE TABLESPOON, which I think is a lot of salt, especially since it had Italian Sausage in it. I chose to put 1/4 teaspoon of salt in the sauce and 1/4 teaspoon in the ricotta mixture and it came out perfectly.
I bake without eggs so am interested in trying out this recipe although I rarely use self-rising flour. I am wondering how you measure/scoop your flour into the measuring cup ? I typically weigh my dry ingredients for more accuracy when baking. The cake looks light and fluffy. Thanks
Divide the mixture between the cake tins and gently spread out with a spatula. Bake for 20-25 minutes until an inserted skewer comes out clean. Allow to stand for 5 minutes before turning on to a wire rack to cool.
Cook noodles according to package directions; drain. Meanwhile, in a Dutch oven, cook sausage, beef and onion over medium heat 8-10 minutes or until meat is no longer pink, breaking up meat into crumbles. Add garlic; cook 1 minute. Drain.
Okay I feel so stupid now because of course that’s the problem! lol I never even thought of that. I compared my bundt pan to my mom’s and her’s is much larger than mine, so next time I’ll borrow hers or make cupcakes with the rest of the batter that doesn’t fit. 
Hi Meggan, I made this last night and my son gave it the thumbs up. Never known him to do that before so it’s a real winner. Looks like I need to make another because it’s just about all gone and it’s only 9am the next morning! I used buttermilk in it since I had some that needed using. It was my first bundt cake ever and it came out looking amazing. Thanks!
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Looking forward to trying this recipe soon. It sounds like the recipe for a buttermilk pie. Only difference is in this recipe you used whole milk and in the pie I use buttermilk. The pie does the same “magic trick” as the cake and is in a pie shell. Instead of vanilla you can add lemon flavoring for a change of taste.
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Hi Beth, it just needs to get to 165 degrees. You cover it for the first 25 minutes so I think that helps it get it hot, fast. And then remove the foil to promote browning. But yes, if your oven is running at the right temperature (375 degrees if you set it at that temp) it will be hot and bubbly by then. I’ve never had an issue. Just make sure it hits 165 degrees!
In large bowl, beat granulated sugar and 3/4 cup softened butter with electric mixer on medium speed until light and fluffy, scraping bowl occasionally. Beat in 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla and eggs until well blended. Alternately add flour mixture and 1 1/4 cups milk, beating well and scraping bowl after each addition. Pour batter evenly into pan.
Oh, my goodness!! I baked this late this morning. I ate this for lunch instead of the gumbo I prepared for today. My taste buds were excited – cake and cinnamon rolls all in one!!!! After reading the reviews the other night, I was a little concerned about over swirling and too much butter. Everything came out perfect! I didn’t have any problems. My family enjoyed it. Thanks for the recipe.
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