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Really good and super quick to make. This is definitely a great addition to our recipe collection. We made it with multigrain bread and unsweetened applesauce. With the cinnamon sugar, it was a perfect combination. Thanks so much for sharing.

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Cookbook junkie 2001 July 13, 2009

I would rather eat a cup of applesauce, with a side of of buttered toast topped with cinnamon and sugar sprinkle. Not a fabulous recipe if you ask me.

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HOT MAMA OF 2 October 06, 2008

Yumyumyum, these are wonderful. I have been on the look out for school morning breakfasts I can make for my kids - stuff I don't have to be wide awake for, stuff that doesn't take a lot of time, stuff that is healthy, and stuff that is delicious. This is definitely in all those categories, and therefore in my breakfast cookbook! Thank you so much for posting.

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CraftScout May 23, 2008

Wow! This is the kind of recipe your kids will always love their mommy for (even when they are adults!) This was so yummy! My kids are all sick, so for dinner I made them scrambled eggs and these sandwiches. I was so surprised at how good they were...like apple pie! What a great treat. I will be taking this one camping with us too! Thanks!

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HeidiSue February 27, 2008

These were so good I couldn't believe it I made them with Ezekiel sprouted grain bread and unsweetened applesauce. This will definitely be in my regular rotation of recipes!

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Candi'nZach February 19, 2008

My children also enjoyed these very much! I have made them a couple of times now. I followed Ladypit's changes as well. Thanks!!!

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CookingFun February 04, 2008

I served this up as a snack for my toddler DD. After eating the sandwich, she emphatically demanded another...I'd say that equates into success!

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Jug O'Mud May 16, 2007

Great nutritious snack for me and my toddler. Thanks for sharing something so simple!

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DoveChocolatierinKY February 19, 2007

Yummy! I omitted the butter (used butter spray to cook the sandwich in to save calories & fat) and also mixed some Splenda (used it instead of sugar) & cinn into the applesauce itself. I would recommend cooking the sandwich over med/low heat-as mine burnt a little cuz it cooked quickly! I also used whole wheat bread & unsweetened applesauce. A quick, tasty, low calorie snack!

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LUVMY2BOYS February 01, 2007

It was ok, my toddler didn't really like it, but it may be better just some cheese.

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LEGG Gustafson October 26, 2006
Applesauce Sandwiches