Apple Pound Cake
Apple pound cake from scratch is a simple, homemade recipe using those freshly picked apples!
Fall is my favorite season……I treasure the crisp air, the fall colors, and the scents of the season like my Apple Pound Cake from scratch that I am sharing with you today. It will be a while before I break out my favorite boots and scarves, but there is nothing wrong with getting your home festive for the season.
I am a homebody at heart. I put so much love and attention into our home……..why wouldn't we want to cuddle up and enjoy it?
Home should be our haven. It's where we are most relaxed. We can unwind and enjoy our family. I feel that fall most embodies this.
Gone are the carefree days of summer full of spur of the moment outings and trips. Gone are the days of the teens off with friends.
School is back in session and routines are beginning to sink in again. Don't get me wrong. That isn't a bad thing. Fall along with shorter days makes for more quality evening time together.
I've even started gearing up for slow cooker season. Nothing says fall like the kids walking into the kitchen on a chilly evening to the hearty aroma of a simmering meal.
I so look forward to making this family favorite soon…..Potato Soup!
Apple Pound Cake
Apple Pound Cake
Apple pound cake made with fresh apples! Perfect for fall with a cup of hot tea!
- 2 cups of sugar
- 1-1/2 cups of vegetable oil
- 3 eggs
- 3 cups of all purpose flour
- 1 teaspoon of baking soda
- 1 teaspoons of salt
- 1-1/2 teaspoons of vanilla
- 3 cups of peeled and diced apple
- 3/4 cup of flaked coconut
- 1 cup of chopped black walnuts
- Preheat oven to 325 degrees
- Peel and dice apples. I used 2 large honey crips.
- Mix sugar and oil, add eggs, and beat well.
- Combine flour, baking soda, and salt.
- Add flour mixture to oil mixture gradually.
- Hand stir in vanilla, apples, coconut, and walnuts.
- Mix well and pour into a well-oiled 9-inch tube or bundt pan.
- Bake at 325 degrees for 1 hour and 20 minutes or until a cake tester comes out clean.
I used Honey Crisp apples
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My mom has made this apple pound cake for many years. It is always a favorite! I recently asked her for the recipe to recreate for you all. I was so excited to hear that my Aunt Charlotte from Huntsville, Alabama sent it to her so long ago. I love it when a recipe like that has been handed down within a family.
If you like cooking with apples or just eating them, you've got to get one of these apple peeler/corer/slicers. It is so stinking easy to use and clean. My daughter pulls it out most days after we go apple picking. Mine is from Pampered Chef, but you can find similar ones (affiliate link) HERE.
I used Honey Crisp apples. I know you can't tell here, but they are huge!!! I get asked all the time where my cake stand came from. It was available back when Southern Living had a home decor line for direct sales parties. Remember those? I looked around and found it (aff link) HERE.
It is so good. It's perfect for breakfast with coffee. Yes, I on occasion eat cake for breakfast!
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Yummy! I love this time of year. I bet the house smelled so good too when you were making this. Happy fall friend.
Christy, that is the same apple cake recipe that I use. I bake one every fall and yes, I eat it for breakfast too!
I love that the recipe is your Aunt’s. Can’t wait to try it! My flatware is from Southern Living. They had great stuff. Love being on tour with you!
This cake looks SCRUMPTIOUS. I’m making it this weekend. I’m not just saying that. I really am, lol! XO
Christy, your post definitely made me want to walk into your home and be greeted with the smells of your wonderful cooking. And oh how pretty your dining table is, as well! How lucky your guests (and family) are!!
love the pound cake recipe, yum!
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Christy, what a beautiful, welcoming home you have created! Your porch is just gorgeous, and you have decorated it so wonderfully for the season. Thank you for the recipe, your apple cake looks amazing, and I can’t wait to try it soon. I love touring with you today!
Christy, your home is beautiful! It looks so rich and welcoming! Some homes just lend themselves to a season and your home shines in the fall! Thanks so much for the great recipes… I’ll be trying them both. Hugs!
Oh my goodness, Christy — I cannot wait to try this recipe! I love apple everything so I know I will love this one!
Your home is gorgeous and it looks so cozy and perfect all decked out in it’s fall glory! Happy to be touring with you today!
Christy, such a beautiful porch and table ready for the season. That cake looks so good and I do need one of those peelers. I have a lot of apples!
Christy, you know how much I love your home!….From that gorgeous porch that beautifully welcomes friends and family to your cozy and warm kitchen….I love everything apple!…Thanks for the recipe and will check into that Potato Soup recipe as it was a standard comfort food soup when I was growing up. Happy to be touring with you today!…Happy Fall!