When I first became an English teacher in Pascagoula, MS, I had a girl named Doris in my class. This was a long time ago . . . 1964, and I still remember her. She found out that I liked sweets and that I liked to bake. One day she brought me a piece of the most delicious apple cake I had ever eaten, along with the recipe. I still have it . . . the recipe, that is, not the cake. Hope you enjoy this yummy, moist cake as much as I have through the years!
Sift the dry ingredients and add to the first mixture.
Add grated apples and chopped nuts.
Grease and flour either a tube pan or a Bundt pan. When I received this recipe, there was no such thing as baking spray with flour, but I imagine it would do fine in preparing the pan. Pour in batter and bake at 375 for about an hour. No icing of any sort needed!