Carnival Caramel Apple Cake

Just days until the resolutions kick in.
That said, here is one little indulgence that will
make you glad it’s not….quite…2009.
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Carnival Caramel Apple Cake

She’s easy. She’s breezy. She’s ready to make your holidays go by in a tasty way. And, while she may not be particulary gorgeous, this little caramel cake will keep you dancing all the way into the New Year.

1/2 c. butter

1/2 c. brown sugar

1/2 c. graham crackers

3/4 c. flour

2 eggs

2 apples

1/2 c. Kraft caramel bits

Mix all ingredients together.
Serve topped with vanilla ice-cream and caramel sauce.
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I’ve resolved so many things
I almost have to resolve to remember them all.

*What are you’re big plans for the coming year?
Do tell.
I might just want to add them
to my list.

7 Responses to “Carnival Caramel Apple Cake”

  1. Lisa says:

    This looks great! January 2nd starts my healthy eating. From now until then , I am eating what I want.

  2. Cristine says:

    WOW! Looks fantastic!!! Happy New Year!

  3. HoneyB says:

    lol. To heck with resolutions. ;) Once Jan 1 gets here I won’t be able to keep them any better than I do now so pass me the cake please. :D

  4. The Blonde Duck says:

    “I got chills–they’re multiplying! And I’m losing control.” Give me some of that cake and no one gets hurt. Please.

  5. yulz says:

    Found your blog from the SITS and your blogs look yummy ! I’m totally following you :) Happy New Year

  6. Jennifer says:

    I firmly resolve to bake more cookies! And more cupcakes! And to laugh at myself more, and smile at my children more, and kiss my husband a lot more!
    And I firmly commit to thanking God in heaven for my life…for His forgiveness, His grace, His love, and His blessings.
    Happy, Blessed New Year to You Darling!

  7. Jaime says:

    Your blog title caught my attention over at SITS roll-call so I thought I’d check you out. Very cute site and I’m intrigued by your carnival caramel apple cake…too bad I’m supposed to be starting my health kick today.

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