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Oh yum! Very similar to bread pudding and I think it has just the right amount of sweetness to it. I used Almond milk instead of regular milk and also added a tsp of pumpkin pie spice to the mix. Baked it in my Pampered Chef 9in stoneware baker for 30 minutes and it came out perfect. The only problem, some of it stuck to the bottom but it worked out because I got to sample a little bit ;-) Thank you for posting!

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Melferrell October 11, 2011

This receipe is delicous and very easy to make, but you definitely need a bigger pie dish instead of the 8 inch one.

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Macykitty September 06, 2011

Definitely 5 stars!

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morris12345 April 03, 2011

this recipe was awesome. I did a few things differently and it just tured out great. I sliced the pears really thin instead of chopping them and probably added a few more than 2 pounds. it gave a really elegant look to the cake. and i also drizzled chocolate on top by melting two blocks of semi sweet bakers chocolate on a double boiler with some light cream. I severed it at a get-together and there wasn't a peice left over!!! I would totally recomend this to anyone and everyone to try once, cause after that you'll love it forever!!

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Kellina March 30, 2006

This is a simple dish that has all sorts of possibilities. Perfect as is for brunch or an afternoon tea or serve it with a little vanilla ice cream or caramel sauce if you want a sweeter ending. Elegant looking, it is quick and easy to make and I always have the ingredients on hand.

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Marsha Mazz April 03, 2015

This is delicious. My husband said it may be his new favorite desert.

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Carie K. September 18, 2013

Very good but I think I'd like it a tad sweeter :) maybe a caramel bottom Or something would be good.

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kween_bee3 August 13, 2012

I wish I had read the comments before I tried this recipe. It definately needs a bigger dish to cook this in. I wasn't watching the cooking time and mine came out a little burnt on top, so the end result was the dish was a little overcooked. If I was to do this one again, I would change the container and watch the cooking time. This dish is not on the sweet side of the scale, but you could definately vamp it up with a sauce, if so desired. The plus of this dessert is that I always have the ingredients on hand....so I think I would definately do this one again...just with my changes

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Abby Girl June 27, 2012

What a delicious dessert! I really love the way the flavor of the fruit comes through. Plenty sweet for me. And it was very easy to make. Like Melferrell, I used almond milk, but otherwise, I followed the recipe. This is definitely one I will make again. For anyone who wants something sweeter, make a cinnamon or ginger sauce or glaze to pour over the chunk on your plate!

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Snowpeas December 18, 2011

Absolutely delicious and ridiculously simple! You want to make sure you put the whole two pounds of apples in there. I baked mine for 25 minutes and it turned out perfect.

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zaneymcbanes October 16, 2009
Apple or Pear Clafouti (An Easy French Dessert)