I don't have a Bundt pan. I imagine I can just pour the batter into one or two loaf pans. Anything I should know?. Not a baker. Thanks, the applesauce is ready.
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If you're using standard loaf pans, the amount of batter will probably be too much for just one, andtoo llittle for two pans. I'd use one loaf pan and then put the rest in muffin tins. Just make sure to test them early for doneness!
Every time i think about applesauce cake, i remember my mother circa 1965, standing in front of the oven after putting in her cake, and saying aloud, "Now what have I forgot? I just know i forgot something.......Oh! I know- I forgot the applesauce"!!
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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