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Cinnamon Apple Dump Cake

Recipe Found on So Nourished

Updated Apr 21, 2020 by

A dump cake is is literally the easiest way to make cake ever. This type of cake is made simply by just dumping all the ingredients together in a bowl and stirring without beating the eggs or whipping the butter and the flour is not sifted nor alternated between adding wet and dry ingredients- Just put everything into one mixing bowl and you stir.

Dump cakes can be made with a variety of other flavors depending on which fruits are in season given the time of year.

Apples and cinnamon which is great especially for your fall fix. This recipe is also low carb, it is made with almond flour and coconut flour. Almonds and apple? Coconut and apples? Both amazing!

This recipe uses a brown sugar erythritol (also called “golden” erythritol) which will lend a deeper, more rich taste to the apple cake. SO Nourished GOLD is a great option that we have often used and it really enhance all your low carb fall recipes.

Using fresh apples give this cake a nice crunch and, in the fall, apples are certainly abundant! Use a more tart, crisp apple that is designed for baking like a honey crisp or golden delicious apple. The softer varieties, like Macintosh, are made more for eating and can get mushy when baked. If you want to skip slicing the fresh apples, you can also use a no sugar, low carb can of apple pie filing to take the place of the apples in the recipe. If you do use canned apple pie filling, you should also eliminate the quantity of erythritol as the filling is likely pretty sweet already. Sweetness is good in a cake but you don’t want it to be overbearing!



  1. Preheat your oven to 325 degrees F.

  2. In a large bowl, combine all the dry ingredients.

  3. Add the eggs and butter and stir until a smooth batter forms.

  4. Fold in the apple slices.

  5. Pour the mix into a lightly greased 9 x 13 baking dish.

  6. Bake the cake for 45 minutes.

  7. Slice and serve while warm.

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