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Very good. I added about 3 tbsp of flaxseed meal to the dry ingredients. I omitted the glaze (to shave off a few calories) and these were still very good and moist.
Very yummy! I used all whole wheat flour (I cut the recipe in half) & used Splenda brown sugar. I used skim milk & used Applesauce topping Applesauce Topping (For Pancakes or Oatmeal) for the apple butter-it's not called apple butter but the ingredients worked! Baked up nice & moist. Had a light, sweet cinnamon flavor. Am planning crumbling it over my vanilla yogurt for a treat!
My family can't get enough of these delicious treats. Friends of my kids have asked for the recipe. I prefer to bake the bars in a 9x13 pan for 15-18 min. for a more convenient size. They're good with or without the glaze and 3/4 C. grated or finely chopped apple make a nice addition.
These were delicious! I substituted an egg for the "egg substitute" (using a total of 2 whole eggs) and had to use an 8-inch pan, so I just increased the baking time. Great recipe--thanks for posting!
Fantastic! I cannot believe I'm the first to review this yummy recipe. A sweet apple and spice snack cake, perfect for a healthy lunch box or after school treat for the kids as well as a great on-the-go breakfast. Used Crock Pot Apple Butter Crock Pot Apple Butter which is delicious, by the way. The only fat in this recipe comes from the one egg yolk, but it's still light and tender. The icing drizzle is yummy but could be omitted if desired. This is a great recipe that's been hiding for too long. Thanks, Audrey, for sharing!