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Wonderful dessert. I typically make apple crisp for dessert when we have company. This time I wanted to bake something different so I decided to try this. Love how the topping sinks to the bottom and makes a crust. Easily converted this to gluten free just as written using my favorite GF flour mix. Will definitely make this again - might try using pecans next time since we like them better than walnuts.
Forgot the walnuts on top - and still fantastic... Added about three handfuls of cranberries - GREAT! Great for a holiday dessert or anytime! I was eating it out of the pan. Would be great served with c**l w**p, too.
Good but a bit much batter for the amount of apples. I will up the apples by about half next time. Good, just needs a bit of tweaking.
Delicious and easy to make! Ran out of nuts for the top and yet, it was still fabulous!
Hubby really loved this! Would be great with vanilla ice cream. I'll definitely make this again.
Delicious!! We loved this quick and easy dessert. The added crunch of the walnuts really made this cobbler special. I baked this in a 7"x11" baking dish and it turned out perfect. It is wonderful served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Thank you for sharing this simple, delicious recipe...it is a keeper!
After eating a wonderful apple-pecan cobbler in a restaurant, I was hoping to replicate it with this recipe. It actually came pretty close but I'll keep tweaking until I get it.<br/><br/>I used toasted pecans instead of walnuts and made a cinnamon-pecan syrup to serve with the cobbler. I didn't think there were enough apples, so I added more, probably about 1-1/2 to 1-3/4 the amount called for in the recipe. I used a combination of golden delicious (for texture and flavor), granny smith (flavor) and fuji (flavor and texture).
I only gave 4 stars because I felt it was WAY too sweet. Next time I'll cut the sugar in half. I failed to put the walnuts on top, but felt there were plenty of nuts without them. The cake-like topping was just what I wanted and perfect for the amount of apples (at least I felt that way.) I'm keeping this recipe, but cutting the sugar quantity.
This was rather good! My top layer did not sink to the bottom but it was still delicious. I added a little coconut to the sugar/walnut/cinnamon mix and added in a few pears to the apple mix. The only thing I might do different next time is add a little cinnamon and sugar to the walnut mix on top for that extra bit of special. I will be making this again!!