Crockpot Apple Cake

We’re big apple fans at our house, but occasionally I stock up a little TOO much. Needing to clean out my crisper a little, I wanted to make a delicious apple dessert, but not one that had a ton of unnecessary fat. I came across this super easy Crockpot Apple Cake recipe (really, what’s easier than throwing stuff in a crockpot and leaving it), and had to give it a try. It turned out delicious, especially with a dollop of whipped cream on top!
Crockpot Apple Cake / Busy Mom's Helper

Crockpot Apple Cake

Ingredients:
1 cup Flour
1 cup Sugar
2 tsp. Baking powder
2 tsp. Ground cinnamon
¼ tsp. Salt
4-6 Medium apples, chopped
2 Eggs
2 tsp. Vanilla
½ cup Walnuts, if desired

In bowl, mix flour, sugar, baking powder, cinnamon and salt. Stir in apples, coating lightly.

In separate bowl, mix eggs and vanilla. Pour into apple mixture. Stir until just moistened.

Spoon into a lightly greased crockpot. Cover and bake on high about 3 hours.

Serve warm (although my hubby likes it cold, too) with whipped cream or ice cream on top. Feel free to add a sprinkle of cinnamon, if desired.

Notes: See, I told you it was super easy! Add more or less apple, depending on preference. We did six, and there was a happy balance of cake and apple pieces, but that’s just us.

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38 Responses to “Crockpot Apple Cake”

    • Thanks so much – LOVING your cute site! Following you back 🙂 Have a fantastic week!

    • Thanks so much for stopping by! It is SOOOO easy, I love it! Hope your week is fantastic!

  • This looks wonderful! I love apples and my crockpot, so I am definitely going to be trying this recipe! 🙂 Please stop by and link it up with my “Try a New Recipe Tuesday.” I’d love to have you join us. I am also giving away a cookbook called “Chocolate” this week. 🙂

    • Thanks, Lisa! I love apples, too, and of course my slow cooker is like my best friend! 🙂 I appreciate the invite – I’m linked up, and really enjoying the other great links! ‘Chocolate’ is one of my favorite words, so would LOVE to win the cookbook. Guess we’ll see 😉 Have a great week!

    • Thanks SO much for linking up! I hope you will be able to join us again next week. 🙂

    • Thanks Kristen! I love crockpot cakes, too – just so much easier while chasing kids around all day. I’m thinking of trying it with peaches instead of apples….guess we’ll see how it works out! Have a marvelous rest of the weekend!

    • Hi Jeni! Thanks so much for stopping by my little blog. I hadn’t tried cake in a crockpot before this, either, but now I LOVE it. So much easier, and it turns out delicious! Hope the rest of your weekend is fantastic!

    • I love apple, too! Especially when they go on sale, or neighbors with trees have a surplus they’re happy to share. Then it’s even better!

    • Thanks! It really is one of my favorites, especially since it’s so easy an inexpensive!

    • Thanks Ang! I linked up with this one, and my slow cooker caramel apple cider (hope it’s okay I did two). Such a great giveaway! I really appreciate the invite 🙂 Hope your week is wonderful!

    • Thanks so much Emily! I did get entered, sadly didn’t win. Maybe next time, though! Hope you have a great week!

  • I’m yet to make a cake in our crock-pot! This sounds like a perfect recipe to try first 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

    • This was my very first attempt at cake in a crockpot, and it was so easy! Definitely a good one to attempt first 😀 Have a wonderful week!

  • Can I just say that is the best looking cake to come out of a crock pot! Yum-o! Thanks for sharing on Show Me Your Plaid Monday’s!

    • Oh you’re so sweet! I was honestly amazed it came out so pretty….crock pots aren’t exactly the best for ‘attractive’ food 😀

    • Aw, thanks Alison!!! I certainly appreciate it 😀 Hope you have a GREAT weekend!

    • Thanks so much, Alison! And to your daughter – hope she enjoys its 😀 LOVE your blog, by the way. New follower on Twitter, Pinterest and FB. Have a great week!

  • This looks delicious and super simple! I’ve never attempted to make dessert with my slow-cooker, but I’m definitely going to now! I found you through Frugal Foodie Mama! I look forward to following your blog!

    -Melissa @ Fit ‘n’ Well Mommy
    http://fitnwellmommy.com

    • Thanks so much, Melissa, I look forward to having you here! I was nervous about a slow-cooker dessert before this, too, but it was WONDERFUL. Plus…easy…bonus!

  • I substituted fresh strawberries for apples and left out the nuts – amazing. Hubby loved it. Going to try frozen cherries next.

    • I love strawberries, so that sounds fabulous! I’m so glad it works with many things 😀

  • Hi, I am always trying to fine new recipes to make in myslow cooker. I have made apple sauce but never a cake I until now. My husband and I loves apple cake and is looking forward to trying this recipe of yours. So in 2 hours and 54 minutes we will see if this is a method we will try in the future. Thank you for sharing this with the world. I will check back with the results. My slower is about big one so I hope 3 hours will be okay. Thank you!

  • I love this recipe. The cake turned out great only had three granny smith apples left so I just used what I had. It was more than enough apples. I think six would have been too much. Next time I will double the cake mix part of the recipe, I would like to have a little more cake than apple ratio. I have a strong feeling I will be making this cake again by mid week, it will be gone once my husband get to it. :-). Mmmmm I wonder how it would taste with pears.

  • Yes it worked perfectly. I think next time I will double the cake mixture and keep the apple amount at three. This way we have a higher cake to apple ratio. Only have a few pieces left do I will be making this cake again this week.

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