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Apple Kugel

Apple Kugel

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  • 4 eggs, beaten
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon
  • ½ cup oil
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 6 tart apples, peeled and sliced
  • ½ cup raisins, optional

Combine eggs, sugar, cinnamon, and oil. Stir in flour and baking powder. Fold in sliced apples and raisins.

Pour into a well-greased 9x13- inch pan and bake in a 350° preheated oven for 45–50 minutes.

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Paula's Coconut Creek Fl. September 12, 2015

Can I use almond flour, I'm gluten free Reply

Amy Royal Oak September 11, 2015

Apple Kugel Can I make this the day before? If so should I refrigerate it? Reply

C.port fl November 26, 2014

How can it be kugel without noodles? Reply

beth September 22, 2014

oil olive oil or vegetable oil? Reply

Anonymous overland park May 15, 2014

Will the recipe be enough for 12 people Or should I double some of the ingredients?

Most recipes include noodles, which I do not want to do, Thank you for your reply Reply

Ariella Jerusalem, Israel December 13, 2013

amazing easy and so good! Reply

S. Cohen UK December 4, 2013

Fab!!!!! Fast and yum.............. Reply

Tanya November 6, 2013

Delicious I like it sweet and sour and try to give less of sugar to kids so I use only 1/2 cup sugar. First I mix with mixer sugar and eggs for 5? 10? Min until the mixture is doubles in size. Then I added a spoon of vanilla extract andcinnamon and continued beating. Then i add slowly flour with baking soda and oil. My kid doesn't like raisin so I used some cranberry instead of raisin. It's comes very light and fluffy! Thank you for great recipe! Reply

Anonymous Florida September 24, 2013

Must try this!!! Reply

Anonymous ft. lauderdale August 30, 2013

freezing the kugel can it be frozen, as I would like to make it prior to Rosh Hashanah. Reply

PF August 25, 2013

to freeze: is it possible to freeze it? Reply

Rosalee Portland, OR May 17, 2010

Is it possible to cut it in half and bake an 8x8?? It looks like it might work, but wonder if anyone has done this??? Reply

Shoshana Chana Dallas, TX September 25, 2009

Amazing This is, by far, the best apple kugel I have ever made! Thanks for the easy recipe! Reply

Kayo Tokyo, Japan September 9, 2009

Easy and quick It is very easy to make with simple ingredients. Todah! Reply

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