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