I know, I know, it is time to think about after school snack recipes for kids. It can be overwhelming and we end up giving the same snack over and over. The following upside down apple cake recipe will be a hit among kids and adults too. The only thing is that you cannot freeze it. It is best eaten fresh. But as my husband says: we almost fought over the last bite so forget about freezing even a tiny slice of it.Let’s get to the recipe and see how you can make this after school snack!
Upside down apple cake recipe
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- 2 eggs
- 1 cup of sugar. I tried it with a sweetener and it was not as good. You can replace the sugar with white chocolate (If you have spare Easter chocolate, it will be a great way to use them).
- pinch of salt
- 2 tsp of baking powder
- 1 cup of milk
- 1/2 cup of vegetable oil
- 2 cups of flour. I used 1 cup of whole wheat flour and 1 cup of regular flour.
- 3 apples (or more depending on the size) peeled and cut lengthwise
How to make this snack
Kids can help you prepare this after school snack. My daughter loves cracking eggs and mixing the ingredients. I didn’t let her slice the apples though. She is only 6 and I did not want her to get hurt. Besides, I wanted thin slices and it is hard for her little hands.
- In a large bowl, mix the dry ingredients.
- Add the wet ingredients and mix well.
- Drizzle your baking pan with some melted butter and brown sugar.
- Add the apples. Make sure to stick them together.
- Top with the baking mix
- Bake for 30 minutes on 350F or until it becomes brown
Let it cool and then turn it. Or if you used the above pan, just remove the lid. This way you won’t damage the presentation. Otherwise turn your regular baking pan and remove this after school snack carefully. This apple cake recipe is so delicious, like I said, you won’t have any left-overs! You can replace the apples with pineapples or pears. They will taste very good too.
If you’re looking for more great after school snack recipes for kids, check out our Banana Bread Recipe! Also see our favorite fruit recipes on Pinterest.
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What are your favorite after school snack recipes for kids? Have you ever made an apple cake recipe?
21 thoughts on “Upside Down Apple Cake Recipe: A Great After-School Snack!”
Yum! This looks absolutely delicious! I am going to make this as soon as possible! Keep posting great stuff like this… I will absolutely be returning! So good! Thank you!
This looks so tasty! I want to make this right now (or have someone make it for me:)). Thank you for sharing on #HomeMattersParty.
I love upside down cake! This looks so delicious but to tell you the truth, I’ve never even made an apple pie!
Oh yum. That really does look tasty good. I’d love to try it here too.
My, oh my! This looks heavenly. My son loves apples, I think this is something I’m going to have to make for him! Thank you so much for sharing such a great recipe. It doesn’t look too time-consuming or difficult to make, either.
I’ve made a whole lot of pineapple upside down cakes, but never an apple one. Great idea, and it looks delicious!
That looks so delicious. I have never tried using apples for upside down cakes. I need to try this.
Looks super yummy! Now I’m craving for dessert! 🙂
That looks delicious! I am dying to try my hand at an apple cake.
That looks so yumm. I have not made it this way
That dessert just looks so fresh! My whole family would love this one!
These upside down apple cake sounds and looks so delicious. I have never made an upside down cake before so I will have to try making this one. It would be an awesome after school snack indeed. Thanks for sharing.
Thay looks delicious my boys would live it
That looks like a great recipe!! I have to try it with the kids on monday after all the turkey has been done! It looks so tasty!
This looks and sounds yummy and is definitely a recipe that my whole family will enjoy eating. I have bookmarked this and will be trying it in the next week or so,
Yum! This looks so tasty!
This looks delicious and the local apples are almost ready, so I`ve got to make this! Thanks for sharing!
I like that you used a mix of whole wheat and white flour. This recipe sounds so wonderful!
This looks amazing. It would be great for breakfast too, its got apples in it. 😉
Thank you. I agree.: it can be breakfast too.
I must try this recipe now that I stumbled across it again. I feel like it’s too soon for apples and back to school. I.was j7dt getting used to my babies all being home. 🙂