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These squares are so good Lor. The recipe reminds me somewhat of bread pudding as the dough is so moist and soft. I did mine in an 8x8 glass pyrex baking dish and it took a full 45 minutes to bake. Doing the recipe in a 9x13, you could probably get away with baking the stated 20-30 minutes. What a great treat for the fall time of year.
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CoffeeB November 04, 2012

After reading the other reviews, I upped the cinnamon in mine. I really liked them with loads of cinnamon. I'll make these again because they have made a nice breakfast treat.

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Mysterygirl February 07, 2007

These were pretty good, though it was just normal. nothing really exciting about it. I only used 2 apples instead of three and it turned out with that minor change. Other than that I followed everything else. Thanks for the recipe Lauralie41!

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BestTeenChef June 18, 2006

Even though this recipe is terribly written I liked that there was no added fat so I thought I could probably figure out what it was supposed to say. I used wheat flour and sifted the dry ingredients together to remove the extra bran in the flour. Apple pie spice instead of plain cinnamon. 1% milk & whole eggs instead of just whites. Soaked the dried cranberries and blueberries in boiling water for 15mins. Pumpkin seeds and about a cup of oatmeal too. I'm assuming the brown sugar and cinnamon at the bottom were for topping so I did it that way. It's in the oven right now and smells pretty good. If you figure out a better way to do it let me know.

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Char604 June 14, 2005
Apple Squares