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A nice and quick apple dessert. I used a gluten free flour blend. It made a light sauce that was not overly sweet. The dish was served warm with vanilla ice cream. Made for Aussie Swap.

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PaulaG March 13, 2013

This was very easy to make and we loved how it looked. DH said he'd like it better with cinnamon, but that's just his opinion.

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threeovens January 01, 2012

A nice easy apple dessert! I made using thick sliced granny smith apples which hold up well during baking and also used Splenda instead of regular sugar. We really enjoy this but both us agreed that next time I should either slice the apples thinner like for a pie or use an apple that breaks down a little more during baking, also think a smidgen of vanilla and cinnamon would be nice. Thanks for the post.
*Review update* I made this again only this time I used Gala apples and sliced them as though making a pie, also added a 1/4 teaspoon of vanilla and the end results were much nicer and tastier. Will be adding vanilla from here on out. Thanks again for the post.

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Debbwl November 26, 2011

I made this for the DM and the DS but only used half the amount of white sugar and an artifical sweetener for the other half. I did have a taste and was surprised that it was not overly sweet, personally I would have liked more cake on top of the apple and less sauce but the DM and the DS loved just as was with a dollop of French vanilla yoghurt. Thank you JoyfulCook, made for Make My Recipe - Edition 16.

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I'mPat November 21, 2011
Apple Pudding