with Apple Cider Frosting
I found this recipe on Pinterest. But first, I made the applesauce and then, I made the caramel sauce. Finally, I made Caramel Apple Layer Cake with Apple Cider Frosting from the web A Hint Of Honey.com
No, funny girl, I did not grow the apples or press the apple cider. Missouri has a wide variety of apples. When Missouri apples appear each fall, we are in for weeks of fresh, crisp apples. Learn everything about Missouri Apples here. The Missouri Apple web site at the University of Missouri includes recipes, storage, locations of orchards, nutritions and cultivars.
You will learn that about 46% of the apples grown in Missouri are Jonathan, 32% Red Delicious, 10% are Golden Delicious, 5% are Gala apples, and the other 7% are other cultivars such as Rome, Empire, Fuji, Winesap, and Paula Red.
I’ll make this Caramel Apple Layer Cake with Apple Cider Frosting for Thanksgiving. It’s very moist and will keep well, in the rare event that there are leftovers.