Apple Pie Cloud Bars

Apple Pie cloud bars are light, fluffy cloud-like cakes bursting with delicious apple pie filling and lightly glazed with a touch of cinnamon.
These bars are simple to throw together for a quick breakfast or even light dessert.


Apple Pie Cloud Bars

You’ll Need:
1 cup of butter, softened (but not completely melted)
2 cups of sugar
4 eggs
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp cinnamon
3 cups all-purpose flour
2 cans of Apple Pie filling (can use just 1 if you need to)
Preheat oven to 350°F

In a mixing bowl, cream your butter, sugar- add eggs and cinnamon, beating well to mix. Add flour & Salt, Mixing Well.

Spread half of the batter in a greased 9×13 pan, Spoon the Pie Filling over the batter Randomly drop tablespoons remaining batter over the pie filling (*do not mix the pie filling INTO the cake)

Bake for 35 min or until your toothpick comes out clean

If you wish to add a glaze mix 1 c. Powdered sugar, 1 tsp cinnamon, 2 tsp milk and drizzle over the baked bars after they have completely cooled.

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  1. The new colors, & site is wonderful. The green background was very hard to read for these old eyes. I love your recipes and tips, keep up the good work you are very much appreciated.

    • I make this recipe all the time and it comes out perfect. It’s hard to say what you did wrong. Maybe you used self-rising flour, which has leavening agents in it (you did seem concerned about it lacking baking powder in a previous comment).

      You may have melted the butter too much and or likely used the wrong type of pan as well- which can change the texture.
      The butter should be softened but not so much that it can’t create little pockets of air when it bakes.

      In any case, it sounds like your bars came out much like the photos. Maybe you could share a photo of how yours came out. That makes it easier to diagnose why it didn’t turn out the way you envisioned.

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