12 Reviews

This was quick, easy, and delicious. I made it three nights in a row! It's a nice way to use up apples that are less than perfect. I added apple pie spice to the batter. It's even better with a few butterscotch chips sprinkled on top before baking, and/or topped with vanilla ice cream. Thanks!

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Cinnamon Turtle November 22, 2011

Delicious, fast, easy. Used frozen peaches, thawed instead of apples and added cinnamon to the batter instead of the peaches. Perfect size for two.

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LetsEat March 28, 2010

This is a nice apple dessert, easy to do. I used the optional cinnamon. Next time I'll reduce the sugar cause it was a bit too sweet for me. Next time I may try to add cinnamon to the dough. Thanks Anme :) Made for Zaar Star Game.

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Boomette March 12, 2008

Quick and Easy and Tasty! I made this with whole wheat flour and Splenda with just a tablespoon of sugar in 2 one cup ramekins. I mixed 1/2 tsp each of vanilla and cinnamon into the batter. I used a nice tangy granny smith apple. The batter bakes up into a nice bread/muffin texture.

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Engrossed March 06, 2008

This was delish!! I divided into 2 ramekins so it came out perfect size for 2. I also baked them in my toaster oven. This would be great when you don't want to heat up your oven. :) Thanks, Anme!! Made for the Went to the Market game

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SweetsLady March 04, 2008

This was really good. I had a craving for something sweet and this did the trick. I used the cinnamon and sugar on the apple. Also we had some fresh cherry's in the fridge that would go bad soon so I cut up about 15 of them and added them to the apple mix. It turned out really good. One note I do want to make is I used a small deep casserole dish. Next time I make this I will use a shallow casserole dish because the center was a little under cooked, but still yummy!

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Jaimeh January 20, 2008

Ok, no stars because maybe I did something wrong but I thought I followed directions exactly. My very thinly sliced apples weren't cooked all the way through and the crust was quite tough. So I nuked the whole thing for a few min. and while that cooked the apples, it also toughened the crust to the point where I couldn't even cut it in places. Taste was good, tho.

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Okra September 30, 2007

Delicious and so easy! (Tossed the apple pieces in cinnamon sugar and let it sit for a few minutes before using.) Served custard with it and it was heavenly. :) Definately a keeper - thanks!

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CoffeeBean September 11, 2007

This was delicious. I tripled the recipe. It wasn't as juicy than the usual peach cobbler I make. But served warm with icecream made it juicy. I mixed the apples with cinnamon/sugar. Can't wait to make again.

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ChefWendyMG July 31, 2007

The preparation for this is so fast and easy. It was even easier as I didn't even peel the apple! I used a ton of cinnamon (okay, probably not a ton, but lots) and also added some nutmeg. This baked while we were eating supper and we had it with some homemade cinnamon-honey ice cream a la mode.

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Mirj May 16, 2007
Apple Cobbler for One or Two